NandA Guesthouse Pretoria Self Catering
Physical Address : 446 Zita Street, Garsfontein, Pretoria
Telephone Number : 012-661 2620 / 1204
Fax Number : 086 640 9310
Emergency Telephone Numbers : 082 821 9895 (Frank Naidoo)
Self Catering Apartments
Each bedroom has a:
A comfortable double bed
Desk working area, with a PC, internet, email and telephone facilities
Provision for DSTV with extra view - need to carry your own smart card
Cell phone electrical connection
Each unit has a common area incorporating a kitchenette and lounge.
The kitchenette is installed with a:
Pots, pans and cutlery
The bathroom has:
Blow drying and shaving electrical connections
Prices exclude disbursements such as telephone calls and internet access.
1 Bedroom Unit Apartment - Self Catering
R300.00 per night
2 Bedroom Unit Apartment - Self Catering
R450.00 per night
Boardroom Rates (Seats 6 people)
R300.00 per hour
R500.00 per day
R2.50 per kilometre
Our cleaners ensure that your apartment is cleaned every day and supplied with fresh linen and toiletries.
Each unit has its own private garden with braai & lounging facilities
Our main pool area also has braai facilities
Can seat 6 seated attendees.
Any further facilities such as overhead projector, laptop, etc will be provided at request.
Our office facilities
An office room
Telephone, PC, internet and email facilities
Printing, photocopying & faxing facilities
Will transport you from and/or to any destination within the Pretoria and Johannesburg areas, including fetching/leaving you from/to the airport, bus/train station, etc.
We ensure that your vehicle is safe within our premises.
Menlyn Mall is situated in the East of Pretoria. It is conveniently located within a short distance off the N1 Highway and approx 5km from the N4. It is about 2 km from N&A Guesthouse.
Menlyn Mall was built in 1979 and opened in November later that year. Menlyn underwent a major 2 year refurbishment in 1998, which cost approximately R800 million. This redevelopment increased the GLA from 60 000m≤ to 118 253 m≤, transforming Menlyn into a Super Regional Shopping Centre and growing the shop base from 160 to over 300 tenants.
Over 300 stores, 37 restaurants to choose from and a wide variety of entertainment, you would not want to visit anywhere else!
Menlyn has Edgars, Hyperama, Woolworths, Truworths, Stuttafords, Foschini, Game and Nu Metro as anchor tenants. In addition to this, the centre also has numerous USP's (unique selling points) namely, Outdoor Events Arena, Play Park and the World's First Rooftop Drive-In, 3D Nu Metro Cinema, Go-Karts, Quad Bikes.
The huge monolith that is the Voortrekker monument stands as a major landmark on a low hill, just outside Tshwane (as Pretoria is now called). Depending on who you are, the monument that has some of the finest sculpture work in the country is either a reminder of apartheid or an important memorial for Afrikanerdom, but either way, it is worth a visit.
The Voortrekker monument was built in honour of the great Voortrekkers or pioneers, who left the Cape during the period 1835 to 1854 to cut through the interior of the country in what became known as the Great Trek.
The main body of the building, known as the Hall of Heroes, is decorated with an Italian frieze showing the history of this epic journey, and despite the misperception of the monument as an apartheid monument, it gets some 200 000 visitors a year.
Visitors to the country can visit the Apartheid Museum and the Hector Pieterson Museum in order to gain an idea of the history of apartheid, but the monument has attempted to accurately depict a time over 150 years ago, a period in history that has little to show for itself. Local schools enjoy outings here, probably because apartheid is already history for them and lacks any prejudice.
It didnít hurt that Nelson Mandela visited the monument himself in 2002, despite threats from the AWB (Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging - a right-wing Afrikaner movement), and a heritage centre is on the cards concentrating on the evolution of the Afrikaner. The centre concentrates on historical accuracy and has no political spin, only the intention of presenting historical accuracy.
Address: Voortrekker Monument Heritage Site, Eeufees Road, Groenkloof, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Union Buildings in Pretoria
Pretoria has a complex and fascinating past. Initially the capital of the independent Boer republic of the Transvaal, it moved on to became one of the three capitals of South Africa and an international symbol of Apartheid.
Then the turnabout came in 1994 with the jubilant inauguration of former President Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first democratically elected President. Suddenly the Union Buildings transformed from a symbol of white, supremacist domination to one of genuine unity in this beautiful and culturally rich city.
The Union Buildings still form the official seat of South Africa's government and houses The Presidency as well as the Department of Foreign Affairs. Built at the loftiest point of South Africa's capital city, the elegant buildings preside like an ancient temple adorning and presiding over the city it governs.
Designed by Sir Herbert Baker, the building was completed in 1913. Herbert Baker chose Meintjieskop for the site because it reminded him of the acropolises of Greece and Asia Minor. The overall design is influenced by the neo-classic architecture of the Italian Renaissance as well as Cape Dutch.
Address: Government Avenue, Pretoria
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This page was last updated: 27 August 2011