About Carin's Guest House
Carin and Fanie De Kock invite you to make yourself at home in their beautifully restored house in the tranquil suburb of Colbyn next to Pretoria CBD, in South Africa. We are close to most of the major hospitals, government offices, embassies, theatres, Loftus, CSIR, Universities, The Union Buildings, Voortrekker Monument, Church Square, City of Tshwane Nature reserves, bird parks, The National Botanical Gardens, the Zoo, museums and major shopping centers in Pretoria. All 13 rooms are en-suite, have a private patio wireless Internet and have selected DStv channels. Safe parking, a swimming pool, shuttles and laundry services are also available. In reception we can provide our guests with Internet, telephone and fax facilities to make sure that our business travelers are never out of touch. Dinners may be provided with prior arrangement.
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Things to do in and around Colbyn
(2.7 km from Colbyn)
One of South Africa’s top stadiums with a seating capacity for 50 000 people, Loftus Versfeld Stadium is situated in South Africa’s capital Pretoria (Tshwane). It was one of the 2010 FIFA World Cup venues, hosting five first-round matches and one...
(1.4 km from Colbyn)
Situated in the heart of Pretoria is Duncan Yard, a distinctive boutique lifestyle centre and must-do lunch spot. Here visitors amble through quaint stores and eateries along cobbled stone walkways and castle turrets. The alfresco centre provides a...
(2.6 km from Colbyn)
The University of Pretoria, fondly called ‘Tucs’ by students, is ranked as the leading research university in South Africa. Also one of the top three universities in the country, it draws a large number of new students every year, with 39 000...
(3.4 km from Colbyn)
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...