All over Africa Guest House
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All over Africa a beautiful authentic African thatch roof house
The peaceful and quite Cheetah room is a comfortable double bed. The room shares a bathroom. It can also be a family room when used in combination with the Leopard room which has two single beds directly opposite each other with the bathroom in the middle, both rooms are closed off from the rest of the house by a sliding door.
Elephant de Luxe Room
The Elephant the biggest land mammal is a luxury room with a thatch roof and can either be converted to two single beds or one king size bed. It has an en-suite bathroom. A small fridge and microwave oven is for the convenience of the guests. This themed room is separate from the main guest house.
The lion one of the great predators in Africa is what this big cozy room on the first floor is named after.15 carpet covered steps lead to it. This beautiful bedroom accommodates three single beds and can have two single beds converted to a king size bed. The roof is thatch and feels typical African. An en-suite bathroom leads out of the built in cupboards.
The comfortable Leopard room has two single beds. This room shares a bathroom. Can also be used as a family room in combination with the Cheetah room which has a double bed directly opposite each other with the bathroom in the middle, both rooms are closed off from the rest of the Guest house by a sliding door.
Buffalo de Luxe Room
The Buffalo is luxury room with a thatch roof. A small fridge and microwave oven is for the convenience of the guests.This cozy luxury king bed can easily be converted to twin beds and has an en-suite bathroom. This beautiful Buffalo themed room is separated from the main house. A sleeper couch can be converted to an extra bed on the floor.
Rhino de Luxe Room
The Rhino is a luxury room with a thatch roof and can either be converted to two single beds or one king size bed. It is named after the Rhino one of the big five game animals. It has a big en-suite bathroom. A small fridge and microwave oven is for the convenience of the guests. This lovely room is separate from the main Guest house.
In 2003 Coba my wife wanted to kick me out of our house where we lived in as I was using it as a office and was getting phone calls from different countries in Africa at all hours of the night and day. We looked for another property and bought our current property which had offices outside of the house. After a complete rebuild of the house we moved in with our five children,dogs and other pets During the preceding years we had often hosted many people from all around the world. We decided to turn this into a business. Our five children had left the nest and we now had all these bedrooms spare. I had sold my shop in Gaborone and did not need all the offices. We did a revamp of the offices and turned our childrens rooms into the bedrooms available to our guests. We have nine bedrooms in the house of which we rent six. All over Africa Guest House was officialy opened in July 2016.