About Murrayfield Guest House
Visiting Nieu Bethesda and the Owl House? Enrich your experience with a stay at Murrayfield Guest House, owned by the author of the "The Owl House" (Penguin Books), Anne Graaff (formerly Emslie). Murrayfield Guest House is a characterful and gracious village home built in the 1850's, and set in a country garden with barn, dam and orchard.
A stunning example of a Victorian farmhouse, Murrayfield features a lovely front veranda ideal for sunsets and star gazing, high ceilings with fans for the heat of summer, a fireplace for cosy winter evenings, an old fashioned full length bath for a good soak after a country walk, a large stoep overlooking the garden for your breakfast, and of course a large brick braai for your Karoo lamb and boerewors.
Murrayfield Guest House is artistically and entertainingly furnished with a mixture of old and new and is equipped with heaters, electric blankets, bed linen, towels, tea and coffee.
There are three units that can be rented separately or together:
The Main House:
The main house has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, dining room and sitting room and can accommodate up to ten guests.
The cottage has one bedroom, bathroom, kitchenette and sitting room and can accommodate two guests (one double bed).
The loft is an open-plan sleeping and living area with a one double and two single beds. There is one bathroom off the stoep.
The accommodation is self-catering. Breakfast and dinner can be arranged upon request. Domestic help can also be arranged.