We named our guest house By Bush Telegraph Lodge, because it refers to communication. We welcome you to experience our high quality comfort and service and our own ancient cordial hospitality at BBT Lodge - the best accommodation in Midrand, Johannesburg.
Its Anners is different. It's a Guesthouse and Backpackers Lodge situated 35 km northeast of Pretoria on the KwaMhlanga/Moloto road. Its Anners forms part of the Leewgedacht Conservancy that borders Welgedacht Private Game Farm (Dinokeng).
We welcome you to the Highest Guest House in Pretoria. Come and enjoy a relaxing stay with us when visiting our beautiful guest house. Here you will have an out of town feeling while watching the birdlife, take a hike in the mountain and enjoy life.
Rosemary Hill, situated on beautiful farmland among hundreds of trees and rosemary fields. The farm trails, coffee shop, farm shop, Acrobranch, Maze, hosted functions and specialized High Tea offerings are but a few attractions that makes us unique.
Sanctuary Life Guest Farm is located 20 km outside of the town of Magaliesburg. Set in the rustic countryside, only 100 km from Johannesburg. Magaliesburg is an ideal location for a relaxing weekend getaway.
This is a 2000 acre game and cattle ranch nestled below and incorporating two and a half kilometers of the cliffs, kloofs and mountain forest of the Magaliesberg. Thaba Manzi Ranch is a venue where you can truly escape from the city life.
If a break away from the hassle and bustle of city life is what you need then Flamingo's Nest is your ultimate destination. Check-in for tranquility, relaxation, and rejuvenation. Dine alongside the Benoni Sand Pan or watch the sunset at our bar. Be sure to view the pictures.
The Horseback Africa private game reserve and lodge is the closest 'far away' place as it is situated a mere 95 km from the heart of Sandton in Johannesburg and only 75 km from the OR Tambo International airport.
A multi-cultural African Village set among pristine bushveld and rocky hills - the Xhosa with their beautiful thatched homes and red blankets, the Zulu with their fighting shields, the Pedi courtyards and drums and the straw hats and ponies of Basotho