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Old September 17th, 2006, 03:57 PM posted to rec.travel.africa
silverguru
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Default South Africa: A little paradise Guest house

LOOKING FOR Unique yet affordable, Midrand bed and breakfast
accommodation, in an exclusive guest house offering homely and friendly
hospitality?
http://www.alittleparadise.co.za
A Little Paradise Guest House, recently awarded three stars by the
Tourism Grading Council of South Africa, offers Quality assured
superior bed and breakfast accommodation.

A paradise of peace and tranquility right in the midst of the hustle
and bustle of Gauteng's Major Cities. With Johannesburg, Sandton and
Pretoria each less than 30 minutes drive, Midrand is the ideal location
for your stay in the Business hub of the South African Economy.

With our new conference facility it makes it the ideal venue for those
wanting to do management meetings, team builds or brain storms as well.
See our Conference Facility page for more details and pictures of the
conference room.

We are surrounded by electric fence with 24 hour camera surveillance
for ultimate safety of our guests, their cars and their belongings.

A BED AND BREAKFAST with a distinction:

Imagine relaxing next to the pool, set in a lush leafy garden. Enjoying
drinks, conversation and good music/TV in our lounge, followed by an
elegant dinner in one of the nearby restaurants or even right here from
our Ala Carte menu?

All the bedrooms, each with a rustic African decor and top-of the-range
double beds (sorry no back aches here). Each room has a TV with
M-net/DSTV, heater and fan. All our bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms.

A unique setting with Andrew and Evelyn's hospitality make for a
memorable stay.

* Less than 6 minutes drive to various trendy Midrand restaurants
* Close to various city centers
* 18 minutes to Monte Casino
* Ideally placed to get to any of the Office parks in Midrand

We are not just an ordinary inn or lodge where you get rooms to let, we
like to take pride in caring for every guest's individual needs!

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Old September 18th, 2006, 12:59 PM posted to rec.travel.africa
Marc Lurie[_1_]
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Default South Africa: A little paradise Guest house

C'mon guys. Please go peddle your wares somewhere else. This is a
discussion forum, not a travel agency.



On 17 Sep 2006 07:57:02 -0700, "silverguru"
wrote:

LOOKING FOR Unique yet affordable, Midrand bed and breakfast
accommodation, in an exclusive guest house offering homely and friendly
hospitality?
http://www.alittleparadise.co.za

SNIP
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Old September 18th, 2006, 07:39 PM posted to rec.travel.africa
Philip[_1_]
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Default South Africa: A little paradise Guest house

Marc Lurie wrote:

C'mon guys. Please go peddle your wares somewhere else. This is a
discussion forum, not a travel agency.

Might be good for psw to stay though!


On 17 Sep 2006 07:57:02 -0700, "silverguru"
wrote:


LOOKING FOR Unique yet affordable, Midrand bed and breakfast
accommodation, in an exclusive guest house offering homely and friendly
hospitality?
http://www.alittleparadise.co.za


SNIP

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Old September 19th, 2006, 10:14 AM posted to rec.travel.africa
Marc Lurie[_1_]
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Default South Africa: A little paradise Guest house

Philip, my personal feeling is that this particular guest house is
situated in a less-than-ideal location. It is located quite far away
from either the airport, or major tourist oriented areas which
necessitates harassing drives in an out.

Access to the area is via the worst roads (congestion wise) in South
Africa.

I'm sure the guest house itself is quite comfortable, but I think
there are far better options.

Cheers,
Marc
On Mon, 18 Sep 2006 19:39:08 +0100, Philip
wrote:


Might be good for psw to stay though!

 




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