Masibambane Guest House
offers superior accommodation in a charming thatched suburban home with old world hospitality on the outskirts of Rustenburg (on the R24) in tranquil country surroundings.
Relax beside the sparkling pool or sit out in the lush tropical garden or in the shady lapa.
Full English breakfasts are served in the dining room.
An ideal base for visiting Sun City, Pilanesberg Game Park or many other attractions in and around Rustenburg. Or you may just relax in our beautiful garden where you will find peace and quiet, and enjoy the abundant bird life.
Masibambane Guest House has been a finalist in the AA Travel Guides Competition for two successive years.
Accommodation at Masibambane Guest House
9 tastefully furnished en suite bedrooms with colour television and facilities for making tea and coffee. (Look for the Masibambane sign).
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Masibambane Guest House Guest Reviews
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 12
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We enjoy very much you stay of couple days of our holiday in Masimbambane and Rustenburg area. Raimo SÃ¤ilÃ¤kivi. Guyana
Rating: Reviewed by Raimo Sï¿½ilï¿½kivi over a year ago
The facalities are excellent and the staff very friendly. It is a place were you can relax and get away from the daily hustle and bustle of the city. When I visit Rustenburg in the future I will definetly stay at this establishment. Thanks again to Tony and his wife making us feel at home.
Rating: Reviewed by Heinrich Diekjobst over a year ago
Masibambane was great. We were welcomed warmly and shown our very comfortable rooms. They were nicely furnished and had all the bits and pieces that make one's stay comfortable like enough cups for tea/coffee, plenty milk etc. I didn't have to ask for anything because it was there already. Breakfast was healthy and plentiful and the gardens were stunning. Top class.
Rating: Reviewed by Shelley Gifford over a year ago
The hosts are friendly, helpful and delightful; wonderful breakfasts and a homely environment.
Rating: Reviewed by Trevor Gibbs over a year ago