Goodey's Guesthouse is situated in the beautiful Jacaranda-lined Amos Street in the tranquil suburb of Colbyn - one of Pretoria's oldest suburbs.Goodey's Guesthouse offers you six well equipped, stylish en-suite bedrooms...
Situated at the top of Muckleneuk Hill in Pretoria, at the end of a cul-de-sac and adjacent to a nature area, Legodimong Bed & Breakfast offers luxurious accommodation in a central location with spectacular views
This new chalets built in 2009. the property is the perfect place for a relaxing holiday break in Pretoria. Close to the city centre, with a wide range of tourist attractions to keep you occupied throughout your stay.
The Village in Hatfield is a delightful guesthouse offering a cluster of separate units, perfectly appointed for a comfortable stay. We aim to create an urban village atmosphere where travellers from all over the world will feel welcome...
Bed & Breakfast in Hatfield is serenely tucked away in the secluded part of Hatfield, Pretoria. Luxury and warm hospitality, provided by Des & Errol will make your South African stay memorable and create a home away from home.
Farmers folly B & B a home from home experience set in a secure garden suburb located in the East off Pretoria, Lynwood, Gauteng - offering guests a relaxed and stylish environment for short and long term accommodation.
Arcadia is a suburb in Pretoria, that is known for its historical buildings, embassies and hotels. The Union Buildings and the President's residence are also situated here. The suburb is situated just to the east of the centre of Pretoria and is a convenient location for anyone with business in the City. Arcadia is within walking distance of the Union Buildings - for a long time the seat of government. Within this jacaranda-clad suburb you'll find the iconic Loftus Versfeld Stadium, home to the Blue Bulls and a venue which has seen many great Springbok battles over the years. Arcadia is well positioned for easy access to the Pretoria Girls and Pretoria Boys High Schools along with University of Pretoria. For arty-types the Pretoria Art Museum in Arcadia is well worth a visit.
Pretoria itself was founded in 1855 by Marthinus Pretorius, a leader of the Voortrekkers, who named it after his father Andries Pretorius. During the First Boer War, the city was besieged by Republican forces in December 1880 and March 1881. The peace treaty, which ended the was, was signed in Pretoria on 3 August 1881 at the Pretoria Convention. Pretoria achieved official city status in 1931. The suburb of Arcadia is handy for most of the foreign embassies housed in the city.