About Kniff un Gaffel Guest House
Kniff un Gaffel was originally built before 1900 and the old plot house was restored to its original beauty so that the guests can experience South African style and hospitality. Kniff un Gaffel is delightfully different and combines an atmosphere of old world charm with a unique modern style. Our slogan is: "home away from home".We do have 18 stylish decor en-suite rooms with private entrances, safe surroundings and secure parking.A TV, bar fridge, air-con and tea/coffee facilities are in each room. We can accommodate up to 40 people when sharing.Our conference/training venue, is fully equip with a DVD system, proxima, big screen and white boards. We cater for weddings, corporate or private functions, music evenings with a fully licence bar on premises.Our guests are welcome to use the braai area and Wi-Fi and secure parking on premises.The premises are under 24/7 surveillance cameras and in direct contact with Kilnerpark Security Company.Kniff un Gaffel Guest House is a Loyal Merchant of Worldwide cashback card of Lyoness. This means that guest can use their Lyoness Loyalty cashback card with us.Kniff un Gaffel Guest House is in a radius of 6 kilometer from the Pretoria city centre, Silverton, Gautrain station (Hatfield), Hatfield and University campuses, hospitals and Montana.Easily accessible from major main routes:• Johannesburg/Polokwane (N1 Stormvoël turn-off)• Pretoria/Witbank (N4)• 52 kilometres from OR Tambo (R21) and Lanseria International (N14).Other nearby attractions:• Walking distance from shopping malls and restaurants• La Pentola 2 km• Union buildings 4km• Botanical Garden 6 km• Menlyn Shopping centre 15km• Laser and Eye clinic 5km
Conference Venues: Our function/conference training venue is fully equipped with DVD; surround sound, big screen, Wi-Fi and white boards, 60 cinema seating or up to 40 conference/dining style seating.
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