The Hotel 224 was established in 1987 and through the years it has become the leader in budget accommodation in Arcadia, offering the visitor exceptional service and quality at a fractional rate of other similar hotels
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.
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...
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.
Queensrest self catering units is centrally situated in the suburb called Queenswood, in Pretoria close to Brooklyn Mall and Hatfield.
Muckleneuk is a beautiful leafy suburb of Pretoria and is close to the City centre which makes it convenient.
The Brooklyn Mall is nearby Muckleneuk with shops and restaurants where you can relax and enjoy the warm atmosphere. The Melrose House Museum was built in 1886 and is a beautiful Victorian Style home with glass stained windows. The peace treaty was signed here on 31 May 1902 which ended the war. There is a tea garden where you can relax and enjoy the peace and tranquility. The Transvaal Museum, also known as the State Museum since 1892 has a collection of many interesting items such as fossils, invertebrates and semi & precious stones to name a few. Another attraction which you should visit while in Muckleneuk is the South African State Theatre whichs boasts 5 theatres and a large public square. There are a variety of shows to enjoy such as ballets, dances, dramas, cabarets and childrens theartre.
Muckleneuk enjoys a moderate climate with warm to hot summer days with most rainfall in the evenings in the form of thunderstorms and cool to very cold winter months.