Mount Rose Self-catering                guesthouse

 

Bedrooms & bathrooms.

Main bedroom (Peace)

The largest bedroom is at the upper level of the house and has a private balcony from where a 180 degree view of the mountains can be enjoyed. The balcony faces east. In addition there is a window facing north that is protected by the roof over the front door, but which still affords a stunning view of Mount Horeb.

This window looks north to Mt Horeb


There is a Queen size bed that is fitted with an electric blanket in winter and there is at least one extra blanket in the closet. In addition, there is an electric oil heater as well as a ceiling fan for those hot summer days. A hairdryer is provided, as well as coffee and tea making facilities. There are many cupboards. The en-suite bathroom consists of a corner tub, shower, hand basin in a cabinet, and toilet. Complimentary toiletries consist of bar soap, 2in1 shampoo/conditioner, aloe vera body lotion, liquid handwash, paper facial tissues and cotton swabs. This bedroom and bathroom is not suitable for children.

 




Second large bedroom (Faith)

The bedroom is on the middle level of the house and has its own entry passage from the interior of the house that can be closed and locked, which ensures privacy from the rest of the guests. It has a Queen size bed that is fitted with an electric blanket in winter. It has an additional electric oil heater, as well as a ceiling fan. There is an outside door and landing facing north which provides an alternative entrance to the room for these guests. A large window facing south lets in light from early morning and a small window facing west let's you know when the sun is setting. Coffee and tea making facilities are provided. The en-suite bathroom has a shower, hand basin and toilet.

This bedroom is not suitable for children.




Third bedroom (Love)

This bedroom is on the middle level of the house, entered from inside the house, but it also has an outside door that opens to the west - it is a lovely warm room in winter and the north-facing window allows the guests to enjoy the garden. The Clarens Nature Reserve can be seen through the outside glass paneled door, and allows the guests a magnificent view of the sun setting behind the mountain. It has a queen bed, fitted with an electric blanket in winter. There is an additional electric oil heater and a ceiling fan. The en-suite bathroom has a shower, hand basin and toilet. This bedroom is suitable for adults.

 


Fourth bedroom (Joy)

The smallest bedroom is on the lower level of the house, on the same level as the lounge and kitchen.  It's entrance is from the interior of the house just before the steps that lead to the middle level and the two other bedrooms. It has an outside door facing north that rather functions as a window since there is no other window. It has two single beds separated by one night table. It has no bathroom but is within easy reach of the guest toilet at the top of the steps.

This bedroom is suitable for children and adults who do not mind sleeping in different beds and sharing one of the other two bathrooms on this level. This bedroom is part of the main area of the house and is therefore not as private as the others.