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.
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...
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...
Oorkant Loftus Self-catering flatlets in Pretoria East: Situated opposite Loftus Versfeld sport stadium, in Clydesdale the "village in the city",
We are nestled in the heart of Waterkloof, and cater for the solitary traveler as well as for a family of four. Peaceful and private, the Self Catering flatlets offer a luxurious and relaxing atmosphere aimed at making your stay a memorable one.
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.
Dinkwe Guest House offers you up market accommodation in a genuine Out of Africa Style, with all modern conveniences including free wi-fi access throughout the property and you can enjoy the privacy of your own garden and patio.
Cozy self-catering garden cottage in central Pretoria with private entrance. Comfortable sleeping accommodation which is ideal for two guests with one bedroom, two beds and en-suite bathroom as well as undercover parking
This establishment is ideal for the traveller or visitor to Pretoria. We offer hospitality, a high standard of personal service and peace. 2 units, sleeping 4 or 6. Both units have full dstv and wifi.
The urban suburb of Hatfield is situated just to the East of the centre of Pretoria and is handy for anyone with business in the City, which is the administrative capital of South Africa. In the Arcadia Park to the West is situated the city's Art Museum. Hatfield is within walking distance of the University of Pretoria Sports Grounds and close to Loftus Sports Stadium. Hatfield is handy for Pretoria Girls and Pretoria Boys High Schools.
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.