About De Rust Guest House
De Rust Guest House is situated on the outskirts of the historical town of Heidelberg. The Victorian-style house and outbuildings date back to 1906. The house consists of 14 areas; four bedrooms, a men's smoke room, a ladies lounge, an entrance hall, a TV room originally a bedroom, a bathroom, a toilet, a breakfast room, a dining room, a kitchen, a pantry and a hallway which is 17.6 m long and 1.8 m wide.The veranda surrounds the house and is decorated with cast-iron balustrades imported from Glasgow with a wooden rail. The veranda roof is decorated with brooky lace all round. Units are situated in the outbuildings, which also form a part of the national monument; it was declared as such in the 1980s. The main house can be viewed by guests if it is arranged with the establishment prior to arrival. Such a tour costs R30 per person. No tours will be given on Sundays, no children under the age of 13 years are allowed and no more than four persons per one group.
The balance is due before arrival & the proof of payment has to be sent to us to ensure that the booking is finalised. We accept no cash on the premises and there are no card facilities either.
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