Guest House Accommodation of South Africa (GHASA) consists of a nationwide network of professionally run guest houses, B&B’s and self catering accommodation.
GHASA was established in 1992 when a group of establishment owners got together to promote the guest house industry.
In 2000, GHASA became a private company, known as Guest House Association of SA (Pty) Limited, also incorporating the Self-Catering Registry of SA.
Incompass Insurance is proud to have been appointed a preferred supplier of GHASA.
Please see below for more details from GHASA:
GHASA establishments base their success upon a foundation of four steadfast beliefs:
- Their Welcome
- Their Hospitality
- The Quality of their accommodation
- The Service they provide to their guests
Guest House Accommodation of South Africa establishments are accredited by us and only those guest houses that comply with our high standards and principals are accepted as members. Owners display their Accredited GHASA Membership plaque and certificate with pride.
GHASA members enjoy the following bundle of benefits:
GHASA Reservations – every member is featured with full contact details, on our website, thereby ensuring that travellers are able to book directly with the establishment of their choice. We work closely with the Nightsbridge booking system which offers travellers immediate access to real time online internet bookings.
Branding & Credibility – when GHASA members display our plaque and certificate, guests know they’re staying in a professional, quality establishment.
Advertising & Marketing – our website is marketed nationally and internationally. We work constantly at Search Engine Optimisation to improve our presence on the World Wide Web
Trade Discounts – we use our buying power to negotiate special deals with Preferred Suppliers. This list is growing!
Communication & Support – GHASA is here to assist all members. We send Newsletters, Fraud Alerts and various articles to ensure that members are kept up to date with tourism issues.
Lyndsay from Guest House Accommodation of SA