Category Archives: Liz at Lancaster News and Views

Guest Review: Liz at Lancaster in Craighall Park – great stay with children

Liz at Lancaster is lucky enough to have an amazing clientele. Lots of repeat guests many of whom have become almost like family as we welcome new members of the next generation to stay with us. A few weeks ago we had guests come back to stay after being out of South Africa for 10 […]

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Top 3% ! Thank you team Liz at Lancaster!

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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Exciting developments in Jozi Inner City: No One Eloff St

Last week’s Pick of the Week was  the  week-end Pop-Up market at Joziburg Lane.  Heeding my own suggestion, on Saturday I met up with a friend who’s always up for a bit of exploring and off we went to No One Eloff (cnr Wemmer Jubilee). Gerald Garner of Joburg Places fame, and the initial developer of […]

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Liz’s Pick of the Week: Movies with a difference

As the colder weather sneaks up on us, it’s an ideal time to take yourselves off to Cinema Nouveau in Rosebank, the ‘arthouse’ movie theatre.  Until next Sunday 15th May there are showings of 11 foreign films as part of the European Film Festival.  All, except for the award winning British movie Amy (about the […]

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

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 many kilometers) loaded with bags of tin, […]

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