An oasis in SA's busiest city, Klein Morgenster B&B provides a peaceful night's rest, just 17 km’s from OR Tambo & 15 km’s from Sandton. The stand-alone unit overlooks a sparkling pool for our guests' use.
A well-equipped and modern kitchen will ensure that you can put together an evening meal, or you could order from one of the many take-away outlets in the area. If you in the mood to dine out, we are close to the famous China town in Cyrildene, and Eastgate and Bedford Gardens shopping centres with their many excellent restaurants. As a special touch, we supply delicious freshly-baked scones in the morning as part of our continental breakfast!
The unit has a separate lounge/dining/kitchen area with a comfortable working space for your convenience. We have a double bed in a separate bedroom means that you can pack away your business cares and enjoy a restful sleep after a refreshing shower. Guests have full access to the swimming pool and are invited to join the proprietors, Theo and Ruth Coggin, for an evening drink in their cosy pub, Cogg-in-the-hole. Free wi-fi is provided and a back-up generator ensures that you have power even through electricity cuts. Our excellent security and on-site parking facilities mean that you and your possessions will be secure.
The name Klein Morgenster is derived from the gable of the main residence, a replica of Morgenster Wine and Olive Estate in Somerset West; hence Klein (little) Morgenster.
Klein Morgenster B&B is situated in Observatory, one of Johannesburg's oldest and most interesting suburbs. The suburb is named for the Union Observatory established in the early 1900s (today's Johannesburg Observatory), sited on Observatory Ridge, the city's highest point. It is a well-established suburb with the Observatory Girls' Primary founded in 1918, and the Observatory Golf Course (1912), the oldest golf club in Johannesburg, still operating from its original ground.