About 7 On Oakleigh
7 On Oakleigh Self-catering Studio and Garden Flats are situated in the leafy upmarket suburb of Wembley, north of Pietermaritzburg and less than five kilometres from the city centre. They are ideally located for guest visiting city events, such as the Royal and Garden Shows, Hilton Arts Festival, Art and Cars in the Park and the start of both the Duzi and Comrades Marathon.
Unit 1.is a cosy studio apartment. The open-plan unit has an inviting king-size bed with soft bedding, and an en-suite bathroom with a shower, a well-equipped kitchenette and living space. The kitchenette has a mini-stove with two hotplates and a small oven, a microwave, a bar fridge, a toaster, and tea and coffee facilities. There is a wall-mounted TV with DStv to one side along with a dressing table and dining area.
Unit 2. is a spacious and bright garden flat comprising a separate bedroom with a choice of King or twin beds with luxurious bedding and a desk-cum-dressing table, a large bathroom with a shower and an entrance hall with additional seating. The open plan lounge has a comfortable sleeper couch that sleeps two, chairs and a wall-mounted TV with DSTV. The well-appointed Kitchenette with bar counter and stools for dining, has a mini-stove with two hotplates and a small oven, a microwave, a bar fridge, a toaster, and tea and coffee facilities.
Should you require accommodation for additional guests, there is an adjoining room down the veranda from unit 2. with a comfortable, double bed with soft cream bedding, a desk, dressing table and tea and coffee facilities. The bathroom is shared with the garden flatlet.
Also available to guests is a swimming pool, braai area and garden. The area has camera surveillance with a manned guard hut. Secure off-street parking is provided with remote controlled access. A laundry and daily cleaning service is available on request.
A laundry and cleaning service is available on request.
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