The Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve, situated within the Cradle of Humankind, is a privately owned game reserve where visitors have a choice of private, fully equipped self catering chalets or log cabins.
Ruimsig Golf View manor is a four star luxurious thatched guest house and executive conference centre, offering spacious rooms decorated with original and unique furniture. All rooms are air conditioned, have safes, hairdryers, tea/coffee...
Hole in One Boutique Hotel invites guests to have a memorable stay in the luxury and comfort of our colonial style. Beautifully manicured gardens with water fountains and a sparkling swimming pool with comfortable seating allow guests to relax outdoors.
Deo Gratia is a beautiful Guest House nestled in the World renowned Cradle of Mankind. With its tranquil setting it provides the perfect location for a break away from city life. With easy access to all of the tourist attractions and wedding...
Monchique Guest House offers four luxurious suites, one being a family suite with an inter-leading room. There is no need to pack the following as they are all provided in each suite: towels, soaps, shampoos, gowns, slippers, manicure sets and shower
Affordable accommodation with comfortable beds after a stressful day. Secure off-road parking. Tea and coffee station in the rooms. A lite breakfast is included, full breakfast and dinner are optional. Communal braai/baberque area. Meals can be ...
Rockridge Manor is a bed and breakfast establishment situated in Fairland, Johannesburg. Architecturally designed in raw brick, wood & glass and atriums to blend with the garden of indigenous trees and rock.
49 on Norman is an establishment that was purposely designed with the discerning business traveler and tourist in mind - providing luxury, comfort, and spacious accommodation in a stylish setting.
It is situated near large shopping centres, 20km from downtown Jhb and is a 20-30 minute drive from both Jhb International, and Lanseria Airports. Accommodation - 4 double rooms with private bathrooms.
The town of Krugersdorp is situated some 40 kilometres to the west of Johannesburg. Krugersdorp was founded in 1887 on the farm Paardplaats and named in honour of President Paul Kruger, a friend of the owner and founder M Pretorius. The town has some beautiful residential areas, especially those seated on the north facing ridges. Services and facilities in Krugersdorp are excellent, and there are a number of leisure options, including the Krugersdorp Nature Reserve with its lions, and the Sterkfontein Caves.
Krugersdorp played a major part in the Anglo-Boer Wars, and men from the town fought on both sides. At one time there was a concentration camp here that housed 6000 women and children in tents. The Krugersdorp Museum displays a number of exhibits that portray life in the area in the early settler days. Visit the Wondercave in the Kromdraai Conservancy near to the town, or the Lion and Rhino Nature Reserve with over 600 head of game just outside the town.