About Roly's Place
Roly's Place is set on a 6.5 hectare estate in the heart of Randfontein, Gauteng. An easy escape from the big city life, Roly's Place offers accommodation in a tranquil and luxurious setting.
Ancient English oak and white stinkwood trees grace the lush landscaped gardens of this traditional farm homestead. The property has been in the Williams family for over 15 years and is complete with a farmhouse where the owners currently reside, providing personal service to each visiting guest.
There are three well-appointed guest cottages privately secluded behind a blossoming garden. Each cottage can accommodate two guests, while one of the units has an additional sleeper couch for two children. The guest cottages will have an appealing finesse with their stylish decor, and quality linen and furnishings.
Each unit comes complete with air-conditioning, DStv, an en-suite bathroom, a kitchenette and a patio. For the safety conscious, each cottage has an alarm and security doors, while vehicles are parked behind double gates leading into the property. Smoking is only permitted outside the cottages. A traditional breakfast is included with your stay, and can be enjoyed either in the African-themed dining room or on the terrace overlooking the garden.
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