Rozenhof Guest House
About Rozenhof Guest House
Rozenhof Guesthouse is situated in a tranquil security village in Brooklyn and built on the former estate of the legendary Tielman Roos, one-time Deputy Prime Minister of the old Union of South Africa.Bed-and-breakfast accommodation. Wi Fi is included in the rate. Close in proximity to the University of Pretoria, Life Groenkloof Hospital, Pretoria Country Club, the Austen Roberts Bird Sanctuary and numerous embassies. Within walking distance of Brooklyn Mall with its upmarket boutiques, shops, beauty salons, cinemas and many restaurants. Sun City, The Palace of the Lost City and Pilanesberg National Park are a mere 2 hours drive away. Rietvlei Nature Reserve boasts lions, rhinos and cheetahs - an easy 40 minutes drive from Rozenhof for those who wish to get close to nature. OR Tambo and Lanseria International Airports are both under an hour's drive away. The National Botanical Gardens, Cradle of Humankind and Zoological Gardens are firm favourites with our guests.Transfers can be arranged to and from all locations.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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