About Graceland B&B Guesthouse
Graceland Guesthouse is a 3 star establishment and offers low rates, all rooms with air conditioning, TV, DSTV, free wireless Internet, mini fridge and unlimited coffee and tea. We cater for travelers, holidaymakers, contractors and corporate clients who need a clean and informal place to overnight at affordable rates. Although we do not provide 5 Star luxuries, we are proudly a 3 star graded accommodation. We are members of Sapphire Coast Tourism, Amanzimtoti Accommodation Association .We offer four double bedrooms with linen and towels. There is a family room consisting of two bedrooms. The bedrooms have their own en-suite bathrooms, some with a shower and others with a bath. Each room includes a TV with DStv, air-conditioning, a mini fridge, a fan and coffee and tea-making facilities. Two of the rooms have a distant sea view and the rooms are serviced on a daily basis. Guests can also enjoy their own braai/barbecue next to the pool, or just sit around the fire in the Boma.We are situated in a quiet cul-de-sac away from noisy holiday flats and main roads. From the property there is a lovely view over the town and the sea which is about 1.5 km away or a three drive by car.Graceland provides affordable accommodation and is ideal for students and holiday makers who do not want to prepare meals and clean up. As well as junior corporate management and company employeesWithin 30 minutes you can visit Kings Park or Moses Mabhida Stadiums as well as Ushaka Marine World. Things to do in the area include Durban city tours, township tours, golf, snorkeling, scuba diving, deep sea fishing, dolphin watching, horse riding on the beach, harbor cruises, cinemas, ice skating and many more.
Beach: Distant Sea view
* One night only, add R50.
* If a small child sharing a room with the parents, add R50 per night.
*Breakfast is at an additional cost of R40 per person
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling