The Brother’s Guest House keeps it in the family

The Brother’s Guest House, in one of Durban’s oldest established suburbs is situated in the up-market suburb of Durban North close to all the city’s major attractions. The namesakes of the establishment, the Smith brothers, both married ladies named Robin/Robyn.

Stephen and Robyn Smith, natives of Durban run the B&B, while Graeme and Robin live in the USA but travel to South Africa as frequently as life allows. Graeme and Robin said they felt Stephen and Robyn were “the perfect candidates to be our guest coordinators and run the house.”

The Name itself was thought up by Robin, Graeme’s wife who said it seemed like a fitting name for “keeping it in the family”, so to speak!

“Our goal is to offer a versatile and comfortable house to the guests which can range from the traveling businessperson, holiday makers or international travelers.” The experience of the Smith brothers in both local lifestyle and international travel gives them insight into the needs of both local and international guests and how best to meet them.

The guest house offer nothing short of the perfect environment for business people or holiday makers to relax.  The hospitality and professionalism of the Smiths extends to a concierge service which can arrange arrange activities from wildlife viewing and fishing to golf and hiking for international visitors.

Brother’s Guest House offers all the amenities one would expect from a hotel stay including secure off road parking, swimming pool, TV / WIFI, modern single or double air-conditioned rooms, each with its own bathroom, small fridge, microwave and tea and coffee making facility in an at home feeling of a guest house where full service is given the personal touch big hotel chains can’t possibly offer.

Situated in a tranquil and tropical garden, surrounded by palm trees, a sparkling pool well as a thatched gazebo with braai facilities, this house is perfect for a business visitor who needs to entertain clients in the evening or just needs to relax and get work done with the reliable and fast Wi-Fi internet connection. Holiday makers are in close proximity to the city centre, sporting venues, and major beaches.

Guests who are wanting to relax can do so by the pool, or gather to watch a sporting event in a well appointed media room, rounding off the day with a drink in the ” Cheeky Vervet” pub.

Bookings can be made online through a variety of online booking review and reservation sites including Rooms for Africa, Trip Advisor, Afristay, SA Venues and Places.co.za and make reservations for their arrival at 14 Burleigh Crescent Durban North. Alternatively inquiries can be phoned through on the numbers 031-563-3348 or 083-289-7582, or by email [email protected].

  AUTHOR
Eve Morris
Photographer and Feature Writer

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