About Chancellors Court Guest House
Chancellor's Court is a unique retreat, providing business people and tourists with accommodation of distinction. Chancellor's Court offers thirteen functionally designed self-contained living units, including Standard rooms, Studios, Suites and Two-bedroom Family Apartments for up to five people.
Set apart, each with its own outside entrance for privacy and independence, the units are individually decorated with style and flair for the discerning visitor. Each unit has a spacious bedroom with en-suite bathroom and fully equipped kitchenette. Air-conditioning, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi and mini safes are standard in all apartments. The rooms also have telephones for internal calls only. Radios and alarms are available in some rooms.
Chancellor's Court is conveniently situated in Pretoria's Embassy area with easy access to the Pretoria city center and the N1 highway. We are a 40-minute drive from OR Tambo International Airport and a two-minute walk from Loftus Stadium and 2km from the University of Pretoria.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Clydesdale
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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...
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(1.2 km from Clydesdale)
The National Cultural History Museum houses a large collection of historical documents and archaeological objects dating back to the Stone Age. There is a San art exhibition with paintings and engravings bearing clues about the belief system of...
(1.6 km from Clydesdale)
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...