About Naledi Guest House
Naledi Guest House is located in the tranquil and exclusive part of Arcadia which is close to the business districts, hospitals, embassies and the Loftus Versfeld Stadium.
The 10 beautifully decorated bedrooms offer en-suite bathrooms with African finishes, easy access and they can be as sociable or private as one may wish. Guests can choose from a light Continental breakfast or full English breakfast which is served in our dining room or in the rooms.
Our competent staff members are always available to share knowledge of the local area with its multitude of the activities, and to arrange bookings for excursions and restaurants. Ample secure parking and a large garden and swimming pool are available to guests.
Meals are available on request. Breakfast is available at an extra fee of R70 per person. A buffet style dinner and lunch are also available. Dinner is available at R150 per person. Lunch is available at R100 per person.
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Things to do in and around Arcadia
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Pretoria has a complex and fascinating past. Initially the capital of the independent Boer republic of the Transvaal, it moved on to became one of the three capitals of South Africa and an international symbol of Apartheid.Then the turnabout came in...
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The National Cultural History Museum houses a large collection of historical documents and archaeological objects dating back to the Stone Age. There is a San art exhibition with paintings and engravings bearing clues about the belief system of...
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The University of Pretoria, fondly called ‘Tucs’ by students, is ranked as the leading research university in South Africa. Also one of the top three universities in the country, it draws a large number of new students every year, with 39 000...