Gratia Cottage offers 2 self-catering cottages located in the suburb of Waverley in Pretoria / Tshwane. The sunny and spacious self catering cottages can sleep up to 6-7 guests and exudes a homely appeal. The kitchens are fully equipped with a four-plate
Fralande Lodge offers 2 self catering accommodation units in the Pretoria suburb of Waverley in Gauteng. (The units sleep 4 and 6). Overlooking a beautiful garden where one can find peace and tranquility. We have our guests best interest at heart, and sta
Swan-Lake Luxury Guesthouse offers bed and breakfast accommodation in Montana Park in Pretoria, Gauteng. Montana Park is a quiet leafy northern suburb of Pretoria wwhich offers easy access to the Pretoria CBD. Our bed and breakfast is set in a beautiful
Johnson Country Chateau B&B offers room only or self catering accommodation and is situated at the foot of the Magaliesburg Mountain, in Montana Pretoria, near the Kolonnade Centre, just off the N1.
Die Pastorie Guesthouse/Gastehuis provides bed and breakfast accommodation in Silverton to the east of Pretoria / Tshwane in the Gauteng province. We cater for the discerning corporate and leisure traveler. The guesthouse consists of seven luxurious en su
Bed and Breakfast in Hatfield - as the name suggests, provides bed and breakfast accommodation, but also self catering in Hatfield, Pretoria / Tshwane in the Gauteng province. We are close to the Pretoria CBD and bustling Hatfield is a 10min walk away.
Waterkloof Self Catering offers accommodation in Waterkloof, Pretoria / Tshwane. We have 3 self catering flatlets (2 units sleep 1 - 4 people, and the other sleeps 1 - 2 people), each with its own private entrance, two with outside sitting areas and one w
Little Bushveld offers self catering accommodation in Bon Accord near Pretoria North in Pretoria / Tshwane. We offer 6 chalets ranging from a 2 sleeper to 7 sleeper. These very private self catering chalets on a smallholding are ideal for a real "Slow-Lif
Segaia Bush Lodge offers self catering with a bushveld experience in the Buffelsdrift Conservancy just north of Pretoria in Gauteng. Segaia is a small lodge that can accommodate up to 24 guests on a self catering basis. Segaia is a small charming lodge si
Queensrest provides self catering accommodation in Queenswood Pretoria in Gauteng. Centrally situated in the established suburb of Queenswood, just a short distance from the Pretoria CBD. We have 6 self-catering units to choose from. (Units sleep between
The Village In Hatfield provides bed and breakfast accommodation in Hatfield, Pretoria / Tshwane. The Village in Hatfield is a delightful guesthouse offering a cluster of separate units, perfectly appointed for a comfortable stay in the heart of Pretoria.
The Aviary offers self catering accommodation in Waterkloof Glen in the south-west of Pretoria. We offer two units, The Sparrow (sleeps 2) and The Swallow room (sleeps 4). Each with en-suite bathrooms (shower and bath), HD flat screen with full package DS
Jopasso Guest House offers luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation and self catering accommodation in Wapadrand, Pretoria /Tshwane in Gauteng. Situated against the Bron Mountain in the Eastern suburbs of Pretoria. It has spectacular views and an indigen
The Woodpecker Inn offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation at the prestigious Woodhill Residential and Golfing Estate in Pretoria East. Woodpecker Inn is only 50 meters from the clubhouse, on the 18th fairway overlooking the 9th and 18th green with
The Pretoria suburb of Waverley is just a few minutes drive from the centre of the city, and is well placed for many of the citys attractions. Waverley is well serviced with several schools and shopping centers in the vicinity. The N1 highway passes the eastern boundary of Waverley and is easily accessed.
Immediately to the north of Waverley is the Pretoria kopje giving breathtaking views. Waverley is well placed for the State Theatre, for the National Botanical Gardens and for the Sports Complex at Loftus Versveld.
PretoriaÂ was founded in 1855 by Marthinus Pretorius, a leader of the Voortrekkers, who named it after his father Andries Pretorius. The elder Pretorius had become a national hero of the Voortrekkers after his victory over the Zulus in the famous Battle of Blood River. Andries Pretorius also negotiated the Sand River Convention (1852), in which Britain acknowledged the independence of the Transvaal. It became the capital of the South African Republic (ZAR) on 1 May 1860.