Blyplek @ Central Avenue, Pinelands

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation In Pinelands

Central Avenue Bed Pinelands Garden Village, finished with lavish amounts of teak - panelling, doors and window frames. Over time, different families with different needs, have developed it into a comfortable and cherished family home with enough space for 3 private en-suite guest rooms on ground level.

With a separate guest entrance, casual unwanted contact with hosts is excluded and degree of privacy depends on the guest. If the guests however feel like a chat and a cup of tea they are most welcome in the big live-in kitchen with seating, overlooking the garden and pool.

Bedrooms are furnished individually. The double bedded room has an outside door opening onto a private patio, the second bedroom is a spacious twin bedded room and the third is a single room. All bedrooms have heating panels and ceiling mounted fans, tea and coffee trays, hot towel rails, television, iron boards and irons and hairdryers. A full English breakfast is served.

Available to all guests is a swimming pool, weber braai facilities, secure parking, metered telephone and a mini kitchen with microwave oven and refrigerator. Laundry service, fax and internet facility and extra heaters are available on request.

Central Avenue Bed & Breakfast is within walking distance of village shopping centre with restaurants, Vincent Pallotti Hospital and Golf Park. Easy access to N1 and N2 motorways.

5 Minutes away from:
Mutual Park Howard Centre Shopping Mall Rondebosch Golf Courses Red Cross Children's Hospital Mowbray Maternity Hospital 10 Minutes away from:
Cape Town International Airport U.C.T. Conradie Hospital Epping and Maitland Industrial areas Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens Ratanga Junction Canal Walk Shopping Centre Grand West Casino 15 Minutes away from:
Table Mountain Cable Car City Centre and V&A Waterfront Milnerton beach and golf course 20 Minutes away from:
Camps Bay beaches Hout Bay
  • airport (less than 15km)
  • airport transfers
  • babysitting service