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Andromeda is named after a constellation in the northern sky. The constellation's name is derived from a princess in the Greek legend of Perseus.
Andromeda is a large family home, simple but tastefully decorated. The house consists of 2 bedrooms and an extra flatlet room, with its own bathroom and kitchen.
In total, there are two double rooms (en-suite) and a twin room and an additional bathroom. The house also has two single beds in the living room in order to sleep an additional two people.
The house is fully equipped for self-catering, with a built-in braai in the kitchen, as well as an outside portable braai available.
There is a stove/oven, a microwave and a small refrigerator.
Andromeda has a television with the basic channels and a sun-room to enjoy the late afternoon sun.
Bedding and linen, as well as towels, are provided.
Andromeda has 3 bedrooms - two with double beds and one with two single beds. There are two extra single beds in the living room and two single beds in a sun faced room. The house has a large kitchen with a fireplace/braai, as well as a living room with television NO DSTV (and an oil heater). All beds have electric blankets, linen, and a blanket. Three bathrooms, with two showers, served all the residents. Outside is a fireplace and a single garage. (Please note that no wood will be provided).
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