29 Harvard Road, Roadsfield, Kempton Park
Tel: +27 11 394 5968 Fax: +27 86 743 4930
Cockpit Guesthouse, completely refurbished, great looking contemporary designed and convenient guesthouse.
has tastefully furnished bedrooms, each uniquely crafted with a defined ethnic theme in mind. This makes us different and exclusive.
Cockpit Guesthouse, is situated in Rhodesfield, a quiet suburban street in Kempton Park. This affords you a secure environment.
At Cockpit Guesthouse all rooms are tailored to accommodate the needs of both business and leisure travelers.
Our Dinning Room
Breakfast is included in the rate and is served in our Dinning room. A wide variety of breakfasts are available to suite your taste.
After a long day, pamper yourself with a relaxing bath our shower.
Our Friendly Reception
Our reception is friendly, polite and exceptionally well educated. She is a wealth of information to you and her resources will assist any traveler.
We added a water feature which runs day and night.
Water trickling adds to the calming effect of the quiet Rhodesfield neighbourhood.
Our guest always comment on the wonderful feeling this gives Cockpit Guesthouse.
You can also experience this tranquil setting, simply Contact Us, we'll do the rest...
Cockpit Guesthouse is co-owned by Luyolo (Leo) Ndlwana.
This articulate, well educated and went to school at St James High School - Port Elizabeth.
Leo grew up and in the the Eastern Cape where he was well protected from the Apartheid Regime by his extended family.
He now has a great future and is currently an experienced entrepreneur, well connected at OR Tambo International Airport.
Verandar, Laptop Plugs
Our guests enjoy relaxing on the veranda for a meal, or drinks, or simply to just sit and chat.
We have beautifully trimmed grass and manicured gardens. Cockpit Guesthouse prides itself on the accolades it has earned recently for:
The weary cloaked traveler leaned into the wind, and was pelted by painful sleet. The road had been long and treacherous and he was in need of rest. Around the next bend he spotted a house, small and in need of repair, but a shelter from the elements none - the - less. The wanderer thought to himself, though it be little better to live in a house you hold as your own with just two goats, thin thatch for your roof, you are better off than begging. He walked off the road and down a path to the door. Smoke was billowing out of the chimney, a promise of warmth; he knocked on the door.
an exerp by Glenn Bergen...
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