About Mogwase Guest House
Mogwase Guest House is a place where you can refresh, revitalize, and experience real South African hospitality. The guest house is stylishly decorated with African simplicity and is situated in the picturesque and safe suburb of Mogwase.
Guests are welcomed with generous hospitality and personal service, and rooms are serviced daily to maintain a high standard of cleanliness. A full breakfast and dinner is also served. We are conveniently located just 16 km from Sun City and 3 km Pilanesburg National Game Park.
Conference Venues: A conference facility with sound, projector, whiteboard. Minimum capacity of 02 guests and maximum 60 depending on required setting.
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