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Parking on Premises
Bath towels
Hairdryer
Tea and coffee facilities
WiFi
Breakfast included
Internet access
TV
Dining Area
DSTV
Linen
Aircon
Garden
No smoking
Situated in the town of Lephalale, Tham-That Guest House offers affordable, comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation to any kind of travellers.

The guesthouse offers five well-appointed rooms, with each containing twin single beds and an en-suite bathroom. These air-conditioned rooms offer tea and coffee facilities, TVs with DStv connections and Wi-Fi Internet access.

Guests can enjoy a delicious breakfast as a great start to their day. Dinner can be provided on request at an additional cost. Business travellers can make use of the on-site conference facilities, while guests hoping to explore can visit the nearby D’Nyala Nature Reserve.

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Property Type Bed and Breakfast, Guest House
Check-in after 01:00 PM
Check-out before 10:00 AM
Cancellation Policy Strict
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Lephalale (Ellisras) Reviews

Elaine Bird
28 January 2019
Lephalale (Ellisras) is very convenient for the border posts to Botswana.
Fabulous. 4 out of 5
Awie Esterhuizen
23 July 2018
Construction activities in the region makes it difficult for general tourism. Shopping Centres are of high quality but very crowded at times. Lots of places just outside of Lephalale offers typical African experience and is perhaps better for tourism.
Okay. 3 out of 5