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About our home
You’ll love my place because of the location. It is 30 minutes from Oliver Tambo Airport and 50 minutes to Johannesburg.Its a lovely location central to most things in Johannesburg and Pretoria i.e Art galleries,museums,safaris and South African culture,. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families (with kids).Close and easy access to N1 and most Highways.
Equipped for kids
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I travel alone and may occasional travel with a friend
Their white chocolate macadamia ‘blondie’ brownies are an institution. If that’s not your thing they have an extensive daytime menu. Carlton Café hosts “Delicious The Food Shop” where you can get all sorts of deli food and specialty food items like TWG Tea’s luxury French Earl Grey, Chamomile and Grand Wedding Tea. 71, 13th Street, Menlo Park.Open on Mondays from 07:3For authentic italian head to Alfie’s. Locals rave about Alfredo Fiachetti’s traditional Italian Restaurant, the proof is that it’s always full so remember to make a reservation. You can’t go wrong with bruschetta, fresh pasta or rack of lamb. Hazelwood Rd, Pretoria.
Baracas, situated in the heart of Pretoria, is a destination beer and wine bar for discerning executives with a sense of adventure. This trendy bar has a rich sporting heritage and is known for its fine cuisine, the best array of craft beers in Pretoria, and an elegant wine selection. The bar also sports big screens for sporting events and live music. The atmosphere can be described as trendy, fun and sophisticated. Address: 56 Totius Street, Pretoria (Tshwane)
Coco Bistro Castle Walk Located at Pretoria, GP, 0181
They are several shopping malls within the 4km radius with restuarants and takeway outlets.
Bit of culture
Visit this social market celebrating good vibes with tunes, people and sassy food like Tacos in a Kombi. It’s organised by the Capital Collective with the aim of rejuvenating Pretoria’s inner city and making it a space where everyone feels welcome. The Market-at-the-sheds takes place on the last Saturday of the month from 9am to 4pm and pops up in venues around the city.
Walks in the park
The Pretoria North park has a 3 hour high flying adult course, kids need to be 9 years and older, You can take younger kids to acrobranch in Centurion which has much smaller obstacles for the little ones . The Pretoria course consists of 8 adrenaline packed obstacles, including tarzan swings and a 300m long zipline which will end your amazing aerial adventure. Open Wednesday to Sunday and Public holidays From 9am to 5pm..
Spot of exercise
Cheer at Loftus Springbok rugby stadium. The neighborhood is safe run, walk or cycle.
Take a drive down the longest street in South AfricaGroenkloof Nature Reserve is the first and oldest game sanctuary in Africa. There’s a 20km mountain bike trail to explore and you might pass some curious giraffes and zebra as you navigate the reserve. Various guided horse trails are also available with a minimum of 4 horses and a maximum of 6 horses (pony trails for children also available). Though generally safe exercise caution when running or cycling alone and don’t leave valuables in your car. Open to day visitors from 5:30am to 7pm in summer, and 7am to 6pm in winter. Eeufees Road & Christina De Wit Ave, Groenkloof, Pretoria. Take a day trip to Johannesburg and visit the Aperthied Museum, Soweto township and interesting Art galleries.