About Thyme and Again
Thyme and Again is a bed and breakfast guest house ideally situated in Lorne Street, the main road into Estcourt from the south side. It was established in July 1995 and is within two minutes' walking distance from town and five minutes' walking distance from the Greyhound/Translux bus stop. It is also an ideal halfway stop for travellers between Johannesburg and Durban and is close to the Central Drakensberg area.
The guest house also features an on-site restaurant and offers safe parking. DStv is available in the communal lounge area, we offer a laundry service to guests, and dinner and lunch can be arranged on request. In addition, there is a bar on the premises and a coffee shop right next door. Thyme and Again features cosy, beautifully decorated en-suite rooms, each with its own television set and bar fridge. The rooms are serviced daily and safe parking is provided for guests.
Minimum deposit of 50% payable to secure the booking. All credit cards welcome.
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