About Nomalakia Guest House
Nomalakia Guest House is nestled in a quiet residential suburb in Rustenburg, perfectly placed in close proximity of a number of national and internationally recognized tourist destinations.
The guest house strives to be recognized as the leader in its class by providing hospitable and homely services to both local and international guests, either travelling for personal or business purposes.
The guest house offers four en-suite bedrooms with an ambience of quality with those little but significant touches which makes the distinction between an ordinary and distinctive establishment. Each room is tastefully decorated in a different theme with impeccable attention to detail. Cots are available on request and babysitting per arrangement only.
We take special precautions necessary to make you feel safe and at ease during your stay with us by offering secure off-street parking. We also arrange day tours and transfers on request.
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Things to do in and around Rustenburg
(7.7 km from Rustenburg)
The Peglarae Trail is a day hike route which starts at the visitors centre of the Kgaswane Mountain Reserve. The trail starts off with a steep climb to the summit of the mountain, then follows the ridge before looping back to the visitor centre....
(7.5 km from Rustenburg)
The Baviaanskrans Route is a 19 km hiking trail which starts off at the southern section of the Kgaswane Mountain Reserve. Hikers begin the route at Avon More camp, starting an uphill climb to the garden of remembrance. The route then follows a...
(7.9 km from Rustenburg)
Vleiramble is a short 2 km trail that starts at the Kgaswane Mountain Reserve visitors centre. The trail leads to the viewing huts and back. This is a popular trail with birding enthusiasts and day visitors.
(11.6 km from Rustenburg)
The recently built Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace in the North West Province is a multi-purpose venue that played host to the FIFA Confederations Cup 2009 and 2010 FIFA World Cup. Improvements to the stadium have increased the seating capacity to...