Jawadene Suite and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJawadene Suite and Breakfast Sepang
This B&B run by an ex marine and his wife, offered excellent accommodation with clean comfortable surroundings including a pool and garden area with seats and tables a plenty for our use. The host was very helpful picking us up from the station and dropping us back the next day to catch the train to the airport. Dinner was a little disappointing as all that was on offer was takeaway from the local shops but this was a small issue in comparison, we could have arranged for a taxi to go out if we had wanted to. Breakfast was a different story a cooked breakfast was included and I must say was very nice. Word of caution this is a no shoes house so take them off when entering
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