About Bushwillows Bed and Breakfast
Bushwillows Bed and Breakfast is set against the slopes of the Magaliesberg mountains in a lovely garden, prolific with birdlife. Get away and relax in this tranquil setting with a multitude of indigenous trees, birdlife and wonderful hospitality.
Owned and run by local wildlife artist Bill McGill, this country retreat is situated in a valley surrounded by the majestic Magaliesberg mountains. Bushwillows Bed and Breakfast is just 40 minutes’ drive from Pilanesberg Nature Reserve and Sun City, and 15 minutes’ drive from Rustenburg Nature Reserve. Wildlife and bird-watching tours can be arranged.
Bushwillows Bed and Breakfast offers accommodation in two twin en-suite rooms and one family room which consists of two twin rooms sharing a bathroom. One of the en-suite rooms features a bath and the other a shower. Features include a private guest lounge with DStv and guests are also welcome to make use of the swimming pool and barbecue facilities.
Safari: Bird guided tours are available for a maximum of 4 people and priced at R250 per person.
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