About Pimville Guest House and Tours
Pimville Guest House and Tours is located in the upmarket suburb of Pimville. The guest house offers comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation in six rooms that are ideal for business travellers and couples.
The six rooms are all completely private with glass sliding doors leading outside. Each room has a TV with DStv and tea and coffee-making facilities. Guests have use of a communal lounge area with a TV and can also make use of the fully equipped kitchen. The spacious patio area has a built-in braai and there is ample secure parking.
Your hosts are available to assist with travel plans and can arrange tours to the surrounding attractions. The guest house is close to the Walter Sisulu House, Nelson Mandela Museum, Desmond Tutu House and Hector Peterson Memorial. The Soweto Tower and the FNB Stadium are nearby.
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