33 on First Guesthouse is situated a stone's throw from the Bohemian suburb of Melville's famous 7th Street with its vibe atmosphere, pavement cafes, cozy restaurants, antique/vintage stores and cocktail clubs, we are in the perfect location to explore Jo
7th Street Guesthouse and Conference Venue is a 4 star graded by TGCSA, with 13 luxury en suite rooms equipped with DSTV, Wifi internet access, heaters, hairdryers, fans, digital safes, coffee/tea facilities and bar fridges stocked with compliment...
Parktown Guesthouse is set in a beautiful garden of a private Parktown estate - Situated in a lovely neighborhood. The cottage can accommodate two persons.
Nestled in the leafy suburb of Forest Town, in a quiet and secure cul-de-sac with 24 hour security guards. Friendly and warm comfort offered by Annie and Chris Challis - this is your home away from home.
Forest Town Guest Cottages situated in Forest Town in Johannesburg. These attractively and comfortably furnished villas are self-contained, separate and private, 1- and 2-bedroom villas to suit families, the business traveller and tourists.
Self catering accommodation in Parkhurst, Johannesburg. Including office area and within walking distance restaurants, shops and pubs. A sports club is on the boundary of the establishment.
6 on Sixth Bed & Breakfast is conveniently situated in the up-market Johannesburg suburb of Parktown North.
Cotswold Gardens situated in the beautiful treed suburb of Saxonwold Johannesburg. Beautiful garden, a large sparkling swimming pool, with free standing sculptures and a variety of contemporary art inside the house.
Panhandle Place Cottages are lovely self-catering units in a beautiful garden setting with views of the city skyline. We are centrally placed in an old Johannesburg suburb with tree-lined streets, safe for walking and jogging.
La Bougain Villa is an elegant Bed and Breakfast in a quiet peaceful garden setting in the heart of Johannesburg's northern suburbs. Holiday makers and business executives are most welcome.
North of Johannesburg's CBD, Auckland Park sits on a comfortably poised lazy slope.
The houses in this suburb contain the last of the people not to migrate to the more northern areas, and just as well, as the architecture is truly amazing and definitely eye-catching (needing to be seen to be believed), so make a detour if this suburb isn't on your initial route. All of this gives Auckland Park a very vibrant, lively, rhythmic feel.
The suburb is named Auckland Park by a John Landau, originally a native of New Zealand, as it reminded him of his home in the small countries capital.
Auckland Park is also home to the SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation), and conveniently many of the corporations employees are able to live in the area. This definitely makes traveling to and from work alot easier.
Wondering what to have for lunch? Just step outside, take a stroll towards the centre of the suburb, and there you will find the sidewalks of Auckland Park buzzing with the endless activity of many restaurants, corner shops and exquisite boutiques. You will be very spoilt for choice.
Just next door, for the young and everyone wanting to have fun, is the chic and trendy club and party-zone of Melville.
Whether its going for morning tea, late lunch, or a night on the town, Auckland Park is definitely not a place you want to leave off the map. (wtsk)