About Franka B & B
Come and enjoy a pleasant stay in our comfortable units situated in peaceful surroundings. We have amazing, lush green gardens that one can relax in while enjoying the abundant bird life on our property.
All our units have private entrances making your stay that little more special and private. Our rooms are comfortable, spacious and well kept. We have a total of 19 rooms; there are three Family Rooms, six Twin Rooms and 10 Double Rooms. We pride ourselves with the en-suite bathrooms which are equipped with the latest designs and facilities and include baths and showers. Each unit has a TV with DStv, a fridge, ceiling fan, heater and tea and coffee-making facilities. Dinners and packed lunches are available on request and we have credit card facilities so one does not need to run to the bank. Children younger than 12 years of age will pay R135.
We have secure, covered parking for all our guests as well as electronic gates. Accommodation includes bed and breakfast and self-catering units. There is a braai and lapa area as well as a swimming pool in the garden.
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Franka B & B Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Rustenburg
(7.9 km from Rustenburg)
Vleiramble is a short 2 km trail that starts at the Kgaswane Mountain Reserve visitors centre. The trail leads to the viewing huts and back. This is a popular trail with birding enthusiasts and day visitors.
(1.6 km from Rustenburg)
18-hole parkland golf course with bentgrass greens. Par: 72 Length: 6348m
(6.7 km from Rustenburg)
Die Slote is a well-enjoyed 4x4 trail located 30 km from Rustenberg en route to Derby. The exact GPS coordinates are unknown so please call beforehand for directions. This is a bush route and great fun for the whole family. The relatively easy...
(7.5 km from Rustenburg)
Summit Route is a 25 km hiking trail within the Kgaswane Mountain Reserve. The first camp is called Naga camp, located on the western ridge of the reserve. The trails starts off with a climb onto the western ridge, up to the summit. From there, the...