Beautifully set on the outskirts of the Dithabaneng Section of Phokeng Village in Rustenburg, you will find this stunning 5-star Boutique Bed & Breakfast, offering guests a unique African experience that embraces a village styled setting.
Safari Lodge Hotel & Convention Centre offers hotel accommodation in Rustenburg. Nestled at the foothills of the Rustenburg Kloof and Magaliesberg Mountains one can find The Safari Lodge Hotel is easily accessible from all the major metropolitan areas of
Boubou B&B offers 4-star accommodation near Sun City and Pilanesberg National Park. In addition to a beautiful, restful garden, our property includes 25ha of pristine bush, which supports a herd of nyala, blesbuck plus other small game such as duiker, ste
Pine Inn Lodge is situated 2.8km from Rustenburg CBD and Waterfall Shopping Mall on the Johannesburg road.
In the shadow of the impressive Magaliesberg Mountain Range lies the beautiful and vibrant city of Rustenburg. GRAND CENTRAL GUESTHOUSE, RUSTENBURG is a new guesthouse with a homely, laid-back atmosphere and offers affordable, yet stylish extra-ordinaire
The Bulls in the Bush Guest House and Restaurant is situated in the heart of North West Province, South Africa, 20 km from Sun City, and 25 km from Rustenburg, surrounded by Lion Parks, National Game Reserves, Hunting and hiking routes.
Situated on Puschka a certified organic farm about 30kms from the small town of Magaliesburg, these units are a haven for anyone wanting to "get away from it all".
If you are ready for a fun filled gathering of friends and family or a relaxed weekend away Ma-Ria's Farmhouse is just for you! You will find us at the foot of the Magalies Mountains nestled on a working farm with all the domestic animals you haven't seen
At Patrys Paradys we welcome both the romantic couple who prefer the solitude of farm life, and the group of friends or family who needs a place to come together to strengthen that special bond.
The beautiful city of Rustenburg lies in the foothills of the Magaliesberg Mountains and is about 100 kilometres to the west of Pretoria. The principal activity in the Rustenburg area is mining, and the area is rich in platinum, tin, chromium as well as granite. The two largest platinum mines in the world are located here. Cotton, tobacco and citrus fruit are the main crops farmed in the Rustenburg region.
Rustenburg has become a very popular weekend holiday venue due to the attractions of the Magaliesbergs with their plentiful resorts and accommodation. Just a few kilometres outside the town is Paul Kruger's restored farmhouse, where you can witness bread being baked every Saturday morning in an old Dutch Oven. There are numerous Nature Reserves in the Rustenburg area with rest camps where you can spend the night. In the Pilansberg National Park to the north there is a 1200 million year old extinct alkaline volcanic crater, one of only three in the entire world. Rustenburg is definitely one of South Africa's more attractive cities. There is plenty to do here and plenty of accommodation.