Thula Thula Lodge, Self Catering Accommodation in Kameeldrift East, Pretoria, comprises of 5 Self Catering Units, all of them Fully Equipped. Big Boma for 20 to 30 people. Conference Facilities for up to 100 persons.
Segaia is a small charming lodge situated in the bushveld in the carefully managed 1200 ha Buffelsdrift Conservancy in northern Gauteng. Our Conservancy is well stocked with game, blessed with prolific birdlife, and is infused with that unique...
A warmhearted welcome to Fralande Lodge in Waverley, overlooking a beautiful garden where one can find peace and tranquility. We have our guests best interest at heart, and staying with us will surely feel like your home away from home.
Exquisite and spacious fully equipped en-suite accommodation with panoramic view. Nestling in a lovely garden against the foothills of Magaliesberg. One of the oldest mountain chains in the world (2,000 million years). On your way to Kruger Park, ...
Die Pastorie Guesthouse caters for the discerning corporate and leisure traveler. The guesthouse consists of 7 luxurious en suite bedrooms that ensure privacy and a comfortable stay.
Welcome to our privately situated cottage in the friendly suburb on the foot of the Magalies Mountain. The sunny and spacious 2-bedroom cottage sleeping 6 persons will make you feel at home. Each bedroom has 2 single beds and are supplied with ...
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.
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.
Queensrest self catering units is centrally situated in the suburb called Queenswood, in Pretoria close to Brooklyn Mall and Hatfield.
Established on a smallholding with 2 thatched, self catering or bed & breakfast chalets that offer the comfort and amenities you enjoy at home with an equipped kitchen in every chalet, adjacent bathroom, shaded areas to sit and relax and braai area.
Kameeldrift East is a rural area situated halfway between Pretoria and the Roodeplaat Nature Reserve and Dam to the northeast of the City. This is a very attractive area with several small accommodation outlets and is just a few minutes from the N1 and N4 Highways. There is a luxurious spa in Kameeldrift with all the facilities you can think of.
The Roodeplaat Dam is only about ten minutes drive from Kameeldrift East. This dam was once known as the Pienaars River Dam and was originally constructed in the 1950s to provide water for irrigation purposes for surrounding farmers. The dam is nearly 800 hectares in area and has been taken over from Water Affairs - it is now surrounded by a large Nature Reserve. There are a number of wooden huts in the reserve where visitors can spend the night. The reserve is home to blue wildebeest, kudu, waterbuck. Warthog, duiker and impala and several other species of buck and antelope.
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.