About Ko-Iketla Guesthouse
Ko-Iketla Guesthouse enjoys a fine location, sitting proudly in the heart of a peaceful residential surburb in the City of Tshwane. The guest house is well-built and comfortably positioned to provide its clients with the much needed accommodation and hospitality in the area.
Ko-iketla Guesthouse is a place that combines the attractions of a guest house with friendly care and special touches. Where guests can experience the tastes of our graceful ambience, can sleep overnight and relax, just as the name suggest when translated; ‘Iketla’ a Sotho name that means relaxing.
Nestled in beautiful garden with many attractions, Ko-Iketla Guesthouse has a selections of comfortable rooms to meet the needs of tourists and travellers. Our accommodation is designed to ensure maximum privacy and each room has its own entrance. All rooms have an en-suite bathrooms and although most offers showers only, baths can be requested on booking. Ko-Iketla Guesthouse allows guest to enjoy tasty meals and a selection of South African wines in cosy surroundings.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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