About Pecan Place
Pecan Place is a cosy modern guest house situated in a peaceful residential area, in the Pretoria Moot Area, on the slopes of the Magalies mountain. Self-catering accommodation is provided in three well-equipped suites, suitable for both leisure and business travellers. Microwave oven, fridge and kettle is provided. NO stove.
Guest suites are furnished with either twin or double beds, have en-suite bathrooms and kitchenettes with all cutlery and crockery provided. Each suite has a wall mounted TV with full DStv channels and there is free Wi-Fi access. Weekday room service includes making of beds, cleaning floors, bathroom and washing the dishes. The property includes a private garden for guests with braai facilities.
There are a wide selection of shops and restaurants all within two kilometres from Pecan Place.
One parking bay per unit.
No smoking in the rooms.
Pets allowed on prior arrangement.
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