BOOKINGS


Our Rooms
All our spacious elegant rooms are outfitted with well-chosen art and furnishings. Each room was carefully put together with attention given to every miniscule piece of detail.

Aandkoor @ Betty’s Bay Guest House provides our customers with an En-suite bathroom, a Television and bar fridge in each room. We also have an internet hotspot available for those who wish to check their email or just surf the internet. To even further enhance the experience we provide electric blankets for winter time.

A view onto the majestic lakefront gives our guests a unique experience that creates a tranquil and relaxed environment for all our valued guests to stay. Each room has an Exit/Entrance Sliding Door from the room to a Private Garden Patio.

Lavender – 3 x Single or 1 x King-Size Plus 1 x Single

 

3 thoughts on “BOOKINGS”

  1. One of many established jewelry and craft stores in Singapore, Oohwala (also referred to as Rashiwala Bros found at Arab Street) has been serving companies and amateurs for the last 70 years. Tourists flock right down to Arab Street and stop at this store to look at the numerous rhinestones and jewels which are exhibited on the shelves. The treasured and antique touch to the shop creates a classic environment which is distinctive to this shop. Never judge a shop by it’s cover, the gems and rhinestones offered for sale listed here are one of the best value in Singapore, sold at below wholesale selling price even if purchased in regular quantities. In the months ahead, they’re going to be adding on to their online brochure to reflect all of the products which can be bought in the actual physical store. Their future catalogues will include but are not limited to BeCharmed and Pave, Jewelry making tools, 925 silver components, tassels, fringes and trimmings.

  2. When the Rashiwala brothers come to Singapore in 1925, they started a modest business, C. Rashiwala Bros, trading raw gemstones with nearby merchants and offering jewelry to prosperous local settlers. They started what’s today one of the region’s most exclusive dealer involving semi-precious gems and jewelry, additionally C. Rashiwala Bros is South East Asia’s earliest and most reputable vendors of Swarovski products. The company persisted till 1942 when WW2 broke out. The Rahiwala great grand-uncle made a comeback to India along with his grand-son as well as rest of the family members. The grandfather stayed behind in Singapore to protect and look after the store. Daily life was harsh during the Japanese occupation. In the past of the occupation, he hid inside nearby forest through the daytime, coming out only at nighttime in order to forage for foodstuff. Then, the store was looted, fired upon & once partly set alight by a marauding mafia. Penniless and with what ever he could save from the fire, he spread-out a small canvas in front of the shop and placed the salvaged materials to trade. He was unable to return immediately into the store as he was unable to pay for the $170 regular monthly local rental as well as fixes to the broken shop. A couple of weeks later, he relocated back into the store. After the struggle and the drawback of Japanese military in 1945, the store was refurbished with teak wood cabinetry and display units. The 3rd generation Rashiwala also came back several years later to carry on his studies in Singapore. The current owner joined his father in the industry in 1956. By then, they’d released trimmings as well as some haberdashery items just like sequins, beads, and so on. In 1967, Kantilal Gamanlal Rashiwala; had written to M/s Swarovski and effectively started to be their first provider in S. E. Asia. In 1978, at 16 yrs old, The 4th generation Rashiwala operate the store from their own premises at 100 Arab Street that they moved into in 2004. They have included a fair-bit of the old post-war teak wood furniture from their previously leased shop.

  3. Possibly the most recognized jewelry and craft stores in Singapore, Oohwala (also known as Rashiwala Bros located at Arab Street) has been helping brands and collectors during the last 70 years. Visitors head down to Arab Street and stop at this shop to look at the myriad of rhinestones and jewelry that are showcased on the cabinets. The classic and antique touch to the shop produces a timeless setting that’s exclusive to this shop. Don’t judge a store by it’s cover, the gem stones and rhinestones sold here are among the best value in Singapore, distributed at low cost price even if purchased in average volumes. In the months to come, they shall be adding on to their online catalogue to reflect all the items which are available in the physical shop. Their future catalogues will include but are not limited to BeCharmed and Pave, Jewelry making tools, 925 silver components, tassels, fringes and trimmings.

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