Mackaya Bella Guest House
Durban, Dolphin Coast - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:A little haven, Mackaya Bella Guest House, hidden amongst lush indigenous gardens (with green conscience) just down the road from our favorite city. Expect professional but personal service; with a twist of humor. Named after an indigenous shrub, Mackaya Bella, signifies our environmentally-responsible management approach, and provides visitors with a calm and quiet space in which to work, unwind and relax. Guests enjoy independence during their stay, as well as discreet, quality service. Each en-suite room has work space, broad-band wireless internet access, a hospitality tray and bar fridge. Rooms are available as either double, twin or single. All beds are extra length, with the finest percale linen. Parking is on-site. A laundry service is provided at additional cost. With advance notice, dinner can be arranged.
Mackaya Bella is situated in stylish Glenwood - a residential suburb with numerous restaurants, galleries, cafes and boutiques - close to the Howard College campus of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, the Nelson Mandela Medical School, many hospitals (Inkosi Albert Luthuli, Westville, Entabeni and St Augustine's), the CBD, the International Conference Centre and sports stadium.
Whether you're here to crunch some numbers, burn the midnight candle studying or just chill out in the Durban vibe, you set the tone and we'll do the rest. Consider us your home away from home.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at Mackaya Bella Guest House, Durban, Dolphin Coast
- American Express
- Children Welcome
- Diners Club
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
- Air Conditioning
- Non Smoking
Accreditations & Gradings:
Accreditations for Mackaya Bella Guest House, Durban, Dolphin Coast
- AA Travel Guides
- KwaZulu Natal Tourism Board
- National Accommodation Association
- Tourism Grading Council
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 30° 59' 6.1" E / 29° 52' 24.8" S
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Driving to Mackaya Bella Guest House in Durban, Dolphin Coast
|Departing: King Shaka International Airport|
|Address: International Trade Ave, La Mercy, 4405, South Africa|
|Distance: 40.0 km / Duration: 32 mins|
|1.||Head southeast||13 m|
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|5.||Turn left onto Mdloti St/M65
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|6.||Keep right at the fork and merge onto N2
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|7.||Take exit 165 to merge onto N3 toward Durban||4.0 km|
|8.||Take exit 3 for M13 toward Ridge Road/Berea||74 m|
|9.||Merge onto Jan Smuts Hwy/King Cetshwayo Hwy||0.1 km|
|10.||Turn right onto Ridge Rd||69 m|
|11.||Continue onto Mazisi Kunene Rd/S Ridge Rd||1.3 km|
|12.||Continue onto King George V Ave/Mazisi Kunene Rd||0.4 km|
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|14.||Turn left onto Princess Alice Ave||87 m|
|15.||Turn right onto Albert Dlomo Rd||0.2 km|
|16.||Turn right onto Lena Ahrens Rd||0.7 km|
|17.||Turn left onto Penzance Rd
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