Liz at Lancaster’s in-house notice board

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Guests love our noticeboard with all its local information. Liz’s current Pick of the Week mentions two art exhibitions. Brett Murray has a large sculpture exhibition showing at Circa/Everard Read on Keyes Art Mile. At Goodman Gallery, the entire gallery has been turned into a surreal night time beach space. There’s beach sand on the floor and lounger chairs for viewers to watch Mikhael Subotksy’s complex 45 minute 3 screen video installation.






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Famous guests at Liz at Lancaster

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I’m driving in the car listening to Talk Radio on 702 with Eusebius McKaiser. My favourite station .. and one of my favourite hosts. The discussion is about rap … not my usual music interest… but I’m game for most things new. And then I hear a guest speaker whose voice I recognize … . Huh?






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January 2017 Newsletter from Liz at Lancaster

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2016 rushed to an end like a huge high-speed train on steroids so this newsletter comes with belated good wishes for 2017.  Although an eventful year globally and nationally to say the least, for Liz at Lancaster, it well went quite smoothly. AWARDS Catherine and Tagala attended the Department of Tourism Lilizela Awards ceremony in […]

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Top 3% ! Thank you team Liz at Lancaster!

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We have just received the following in an email from hotelscombined.com: Liz at Lancaster Guesthouse has just been awarded the HotelsCombined Recognition of Excellence for 2016! This award is in recognition for consistently achieving the highest standards of Customer Satisfaction worldwide. We know this because the team here at HotelsCombined undertook the largest analysis of customer […]

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

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The rotten job of the informal recyclers Walking the local neighbourhood on a Monday morning is one of the many times my middle class suburban life is put into perspective. I’m not walking long distances to work I’m not searching smelly dustbins with rotting food and I’m not pulling a hugely heavy trolley (often for […]

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