First Guest House
About First Guest House
The First Guest House offers comfortable accommodation options and conference facilities, situated in the upmarket area of Lynnwood. With its excellent service and friendly staff, guests are guaranteed to have a relaxing stay.
The guest house has ample grounds for outdoor functions, garden parties or barbecues alongside the swimming pool. Garden lighting makes it possible to host functions in the evenings as well. There is another indoor swimming pool and a playground for kids. Our three conference venues can seat up to 70 delegates and our small boardroom can seat up to 12 delegates.
Every morning one can expect a delicious breakfast, which can either be enjoyed in the dining room or next to the indoor swimming pool. The guest house is approximately 50 km from OR Tambo International Airport, and a 24-hour shuttle service is available on request.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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