About Le Chateau Guesthouse & Conference Centre
Le Chateau Guesthouse is set in panoramic gardens on the original old farm of Terenure in Kempton Park. Your hosts take pride in their professionalism and the versatility of the facilities they offer.You can look forward to a warm welcome, superb hospitality and absolute confidence that your function or stay will be an outstanding success. Situated in Kempton Park, Le Chateau offers easy access to Johannesburg International Airport, Midrand, Johannesburg and Pretoria and is conveniently placed to service the surrounding industrial areas. Only a twelve minute drive from the international airport, Le Chateau is conveniently placed for international tourists as a stopover or connection on their way to Cape Town. Even on departure, it offers peace of mind whilst still offering convenient proximity to fit in short day trips, before flying back.
Wedding Venues: We offer Garden Weddings with welcome drink & snack afterwards while photos are taken. The reception is held in the Dining Room or Function Hall for up to 130 guests. Warm Buffet Menus & other options are available.
Conference Venues: Our Conference Room can accommodate 30 delegates. The Function Hall can be utilized for a larger amount of people and to allow social distancing. We offer free WiFi Internet, a projector, Screen, Flipchart and Markers. Water and Mints are provided.
Family friendly: As a Family-Owned Guesthouse, children are most welcome. We offer a beautiful garden where they can play under supervision, due to the fountains. The Family Room offers a Double room and additional Single beds for children.
Covid Safety Approved: We are fortunate that we have no known cases of Covid19 within our team and take all possible measures to ensure that everyone remains safe & healthy. Our staff are informed on the risks & controls, adhering to the regulations.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling