King George’s Guest House
HOW KING GEORGE CAME TO BE
Insight Into Our History
MORE ABOUT THE INCREDIBLE
Dream Houses of Mill Park
Although much altered, this house retains a strong sense of character and presence. The dominant rood and Tudor revival gables create a striking impression and are visible form quite far away. Within the secluded front garden, the simple L-form of the main front part of the house with its elegant stoep and entrance forms a striking architectural image.
HISTORY OF THE BEAUTIFULLY REFURBISHED
King George’s Guesthouse
In 2002 King George’s Guest House extended their premises by acquiring the house next door, Newlands which was built in 1915. The rooms were converted into Deluxe rooms, some with private lounges. The house has a very beautiful modern kitchen, two lounges, a lovely bar, dining room, four garages and a swimming pool.
The previous owners had an outside Chinese kitchen that Dave converted into a stunning en-suite room situated right next to the swimming pool. Dave also broke down some of the walls between the two houses and built a very nice bridge with a water feature linking them.
PRIVATE, PROTECTED, PRETTY & PEACEFUL
Within the secluded front garden, the simple L-form of the main front part of the house with its elegant stoep and entrance forms a striking architectural image
We have fifteen en-suite spacious guest rooms available. Each room is individually decorated with beautiful woodwork and provided with television sets, hair dryers and coffee and tea making facilities. A private lounge and a honesty bar area is available. Off-street parking is secured by electronically controlled gates and an electrified parameter fence. Swimming pool and braai facilities are also at our guests’ disposal.