Pay R450 for a night's stay in a double-suite with a partner at Chabela Guest House worth R900 (save 50%)
- Save 50% on one-night’s stay in a double-suite with en-suite bathroom
- Includes hot or cold plated breakfast
- Ideal for a quick get away
- Central and convenient
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Booking essential on 012 346 0300
- Groupon valid for two people
They say change is as good as a holiday. However, those who fear change would probably beg to differ and say that only a holiday is as good as a holiday. Those who don’t mind the change though would probably say that a change is cheaper than a holiday. However, not with today’s Groupon: Pay R450 for a one night stay for you and a partner in a double-suite at Chabela Guest House.
Enjoy a night away from the kids, your job or just to avoid doing the dishes. Mother-in-law coming over for a holiday – why not book her a stay? Although Chabela Guest House may be too nice for your mother-in-law. Though on the other hand depending on your relationship, you could stay with her. The complimentary hot or cold breakfast the next morning will provide a wonderful way to bond.
From the moment you walk into your double suite you’ll be shrouded in elegance and luxury. Chabela Guest House prides itself on its attention to detail and the recognition of every guest’s needs. This five star guest house knows exactly how to treat both the businessman and the mom in search of a night’s retreat.
Indulge in the luxury around you as you enter this tranquil space found in the heart of Brooklyn and forget you have kids, a mother-in-law or even dishes waiting at home. Indulge in a spa treatment while you’re there and forget how to do dishes all together. In fact, you’ll feel so at home, you’ll forget you have a house of your own altogether.
Relaxing fact: In a recent poll, many women across America admitted that they feel the most relaxed in the attic of their homes. 60% of these women admitted to using the excuse “I was upstairs killing spiders” once found by a family member.