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About Living Jewels Guest House and Wedding Venue

Living Jewels offers upmarket facilities for individuals or persons sharing, inclusive of breakfast. The guest house facilities are private and offer chalets which are fully furnished and ideal for families that prefer privacy and who are looking for a weekend or a week away from the city life. Each chalet is equipped with DStv, an en-suite bathroom and an air-conditioner.

We offer a fully equipped wedding venue with function facilities to house 300 people. There is also a honeymoon suite and other accommodation for those family and friends who would rather spend the night than drive home after a wedding reception. The venue offers an on-site 5x5 metre gazebo where various couples have tied the knot.

We have hiking routes in pristine bushveld surroundings, a tennis court and a huge swimming pool to cool off after a long day on the road or the bush. We are about a 45-minute drive from Sun City.

Wedding Venues: We offer a fully equipped wedding venue with function facilities to house 300 people. The venue offers an on-site 5x5 metre gazebo where various couples have tied the knot.

  • Response Rate: 14%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 24 hours
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 16
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM
  • Reviews: 8 Reviews

Facilities

  • Swimming Pool

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

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Reviews for Living Jewels Guest House and Wedding Venue

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Javier Aguilar, South Africa
09 January 2011

We stayed two nights in the honeymoon suite. The place is great, very beautiful and has nice views. The pool adds extra value, especially if you go in summer season.

Gerardo Arteaga, United Kingdom
21 July 2010

Although we only spent the night, we felt very welcomed.

Kholi Mulangaphuma, South Africa
15 March 2010

Sunette was very welcoming I really liked her sense of humour, she tried her best to make us feel at home, which we really did. The place was exactly the way we saw it on internet which was impressive,We really enjoyed our stay there, it's a petty because we could not swim since the pool is not really maintained ( dirty)

Nicolas Heyer, France
10 March 2010

A green place to relax, a lot of space, it's so bad we didn't have more time. Our children (we were two families) did enjoy the big pool and the funny little dogs.

Sarah Swanepoel, South Africa
13 July 2009

We stayed for the weekend. but if felt as if we were there for much longer.Although it was cold, Sunette's warm welcome and hospitality made up for it.We would love to go back when it is summer time then we could make use of thevery lovely sparkling pool. Sunette's breakfast's were of high standard. Thank you.

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Living Jewels Guest House and Wedding Venue Map

Living Jewels Guest House and Wedding Venue is 19.1km from the centre of Rustenburg , the nearest airport 54.6km (Pilanesberg International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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