Tajada Guest House
Description Tajada Guest House is a 4-star unique up-market Guesthouse in the heart of Bryanston that offers bed and breakfast accommodation in luxurious suites and double rooms, all en-suite, with private entrances in a secure and private setting. TAJADA Guesthouse is situated in a large well established garden, with secure and shaded parking The closed-in patio overlooks the garden and is furnished with individually set tables that will allow the guests their privacy whilst enjoying a full English or Continental breakfast. We cater for specific needs by arrangement. The large swimming pool and beautiful garden prepare the guests for total rest and relaxation. All of the en-suite bedrooms have separate entrances leading into the exquisite garden and are equipped with a queen size bed, fitted with 100% cotton linen. Every room features a television, a mini bar, tea and coffee tray, a microwave, safe, table and chair. We offer 5 distinct Guest rooms, each with its own feel. Location/Address/Phone No./Fax No.
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Address 9 Blackpool Road Bryanston Gauteng South Africa Phone No. 011 463 3461 If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 463 3461 Fax No. No fax number available More Information Local Weather Map
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Shimuwini is a Shangaan word for "Place of the Baobab Tree". The camp is so named because the nearby Letaba River which fronts the cottages, is lined with these huge trees, one of them estimated to be between 2 000 and 3 000 years old. Shimuwini Bushveld Camp is the most modern of the bushveld camps, being completely rebuilt after the floods in 2000.
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