About Tri-Angle B&B and Guesthouse
Tri-Angle is conveniently located next to the R63, in the quaint town of Adelaide, set between Bedford and Fort Beaufort.
We offer comfortable guest rooms with different styles, of which two have private French courtyards with a water feature and braai facilities. All the rooms are equipped with en-suite bathrooms, tea and coffee facilities, TVs with DStv access, microwaves, bar fridges and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Guests can enjoy a full English breakfast or a continental breakfast in the sunny dining area, by prior arrangement. Dinners and lunches can also be provided on request, all homemade in a traditional South African manner.
There is a nice bar area where guests can bring their own drinks in the company of other guests, or your hosts. We also have a lovely swimming pool and braai facilities surrounded by a lush garden. Secure off-street parking is provided, and pets are welcome by prior arrangement only.
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