About Day's End Guest House
Day's End Guest House offers stately elegance in an idyllic setting with expensive lawns and a sparkling swimming pool. We are situated in the upmarket suburb of Vincent Heights, a very central suburb with close proximity to main shopping areas, the business hub, sporting facilities and our breathtaking beaches.
We pride ourselves on providing a friendly environment and great service and hospitality. We offer secure off-street parking, and six elegantly appointed rooms each with an en-suite bathroom and air-conditioning.
Each room is equipped with a plasma screen TV with DStv and a tea and coffee tray for your convenience. We also have well-stocked honesty bars that can be enjoyed in the privacy of your room. We provide a delicious English and continental breakfast and we are also able to cater to your dinner needs, should you require it. Laundry facilities are available.
We have an air-conditioned conference room that can comfortably take 23 delegates, and we compile your conference package based on your needs.
We are situated in the beautiful coastal city of East London, which has pleasant mild weather for the most part of the year. The city is renowned for its magnificent, unspoilt beaches and first-class sporting facilities such as golf, swimming, boxing, cross-country, 4x4 trails and surfing. The city also offers numerous entertainment options varying from award-winning restaurants, a vibrant night life, cinemas to a casino. There is plenty to be done and seen in our beautiful city.
Conference Venues: We offer small conferences for up to 23 delegates with packages created according to your specific needs.
Please note that a quotation is only confirmed on payment of a 50% deposit, your booking will not be reserved for longer than 48 hours without a deposit, or an arrangement to pay a deposit.
Please make sure that have familiarised yourself with the cancellation policy.
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