Queensrest is located in Queenswood, a suburb that is close to the N1 and N4 Pretoria. It is set on the Gautrain bus route and close to the Gautrain's Hatfield station.
At Queensrest there are five beautifully decorated units. Each room is fitted with modern conveniences such as a fully equipped kitchenette with tea and coffee facilities, a hairdryer and private bathrooms. The 5 units have satellite Tv.
There is a communal braai area and three units have a deck overlooking the garden with lovely birdlife. Transport is available by prior arrangement.
Family friendly: The braai area in the garden is ideal for getting together and having a picnic outside. Children can play in the spacious garden under supervision. Enough space inside and out was our aim when creating Queensrest.
If sleeping for one night only, a linen fee of R100 is applicable.
No smoking inside the units. Smoking allowed outside.
No parties/noise/loud music allowed on the premises.
Please note bookings for Queensrest no 5 (group unit) - minimum of 4 persons.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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