We are delighted to announce that the Robin’s Nest has been selected to receive the HotelsCombined Recognition of Excellence for the service that we provided our guests throughout 2018.
They asked 58 of our customers about their opinions while staying at the Robin’s Nest, taking into account their opinions and views posted on a variety of different websites, including TripAdvisor and Booking.com.
We are pleased to say that our customers that have kindly taken their time to review the Robin’s Nest Guest House with an average score of 9 out of 10.
We would like to thank all of our guests that took part in enabling this wonderful Recognition of Excellence to take place for us, we are extremely grateful and we hope to see you all again soon, hopefully in the not too distant future.
With best wishes,
Leonie & Jan de Beer
The Robin’s Nest Self Catering Guest House is a fantastic place to do a spot of Bird Watching. With hundreds of local species flying around the premises, you will?be able to see?everything from the?chirpy Cape Robin, the namesake of the Robin’s Nest, to Guinea Fowl, Kingfishers and Herons.
While you are staying at the Robin’s Nest, see if you can spot the infamous?Cape Robin or Cosypha Caffra (approximately 18cm in length). You will see many of the cheerful and curious little birds in the garden.
If allowed they will come to within a meter of you. Distinguished by white eyebrows, orange upper breast and greyish underparts; in flight showing orange tail-feathers and back. Adolescent Robins?have pale a orange breast that is spotted black. They have a pleasant and continuing song, each passage starting on the same note and with the phrase ?Jan-Frederick? often repeated. It also jerks its tail up when alert.
We would be interested to hear about the types of birds that you have seen on your visit to the Robin’s Nest. Please feel free to?email us your photos or post them to our Trip Advisor page.