Welcome to SafariNow. Get off your accommodation booking by paying with the voucher code before .

About M & S Guest House and Tours

M & S Guest House has been renovated from a private home into a guest house to provide a home-away-from-home experience to visiting guests. It is an antique house that boasts more than 70 years of existence without a single trace of dilapidation, a testimony to the strong quality building material, construction expertise and excellent workmanship that brought it to being.

M & S Guest House is characterized by rare ceilings with different patterns in each room and a well-kept wooden floor in the lounge, passage and all three bedrooms. The bedrooms are well furnished with brand new high-quality orthopaedic beds and designer headboards. Beautiful antique lounge and dining room suites grace the two living areas with a plasma screen in the lounge area.

The guest house is conveniently located only five minutes from Pretoria City Centre and a short walk from Quagga Centre Shopping Mall. The mall provides access to three of the big banks of the country, a chain of renowned supermarket and clothing stores as well as various restaurants. M & S Guest House is highly secured with high brick wall fencing and security alarms. It further boasts a spacious yard with trees that provide homes to melodious birds.

Breakfast is included in the price and lunch and dinner are available on request at an additional cost. A shuttle service is available to ferry visitors from and to the airports as well as to meetings, workshops, conferences and to do shopping on request.

  • Response Rate: 14%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 24 hours
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM


  • Garden
  • Conference Venues

M & S Guest House and Tours Rooms

M & S Guest House and Tours Map

Click to interact with the map
Click to display the map
M & S Guest House and Tours is 0.6km from the centre of Pretoria West , the nearest airport 11.4km (Waterkloof AFB Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling