Kontrei B&B is a guest house that offers guest rooms, and is situated in Groot Brakrivier. This bed and breakfast is located 2 to 3 km from the beach and 25 km from central Mossel Bay.
Accommodation at the guest house consists of 3 individually decorated rooms. Each room is furnished with a double bed and features an open en-suite shower. In addition, each room contains free Wi-Fi Internet access, a TV with selected DStv channels, a bar fridge, and tea- and coffee-making facilities.
We will serve an continental breakfast on request. Breakfast will be at an additional cost of R80 per person and will be served in our dining area. Secure parking is available for vehicles. Kontrei B&B is also situated a few minutes drive from a few restaurants in the town.
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