Muckleneuk Guest House is a luxury 4 star guest house situated in the leafy suburb of Muckleneuk in Pretoria. The guest house is located close to the heart of Pretoria, the central business district (CBD). Muckleneuk Guest House is conveniently located for easy access to OR Tambo International Airport on the R21 freeway, the N14 or Ben Schoeman freeway to Centurion and Midrand and the N1 freeway to Polokwane/Johannesburg.
Muckleneuk Guest House consists of 10 luxury double bedrooms (of which four are self-catering units), a family room, and three bedrooms in the main house with their own balconies. All our rooms have en suite bathrooms with king size beds.
All rooms are fitted with a TV and own DStv decoder. Each room offers air-conditioning, heating, and tea and coffee making facilities. For those who love surfing the net, all our rooms are equipped with wireless ADSL access at nominal fee, 24 hours a day. If you are an AlwaysOn or Mweb user, you may connect to your own account.
Muckleneuk Guest House offers dinners which can be prepared on request after a long day at work or play.
Universities in our neighbourhood are UNISA and the University of Pretoria. Hospitals around the corner from us are the Zuid Afrikaans Hospital, Jacaranda Hospital and Little Company of Mary Hospital.
Besides the business in the CBD, other popular businesses in the vicinity of Muckleneuk Guest House include the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS), South African National Parks (SANPARKS), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), the South African Receiver of Revenue (SARS), University of South Africa (UNISA) and Election House.
Must-see sights for guests exploring Pretoria are the Union Buildings, Freedom Park, Church Square and the Voortrekker Monument -- all form part of our rich heritage in Pretoria and South Africa. The Pretoria Zoo is world-renowned for its exciting variety and size. It is within a five minute drive away, but you will need a full day to explore this exceptional 80-hectare refuge.
Sports enthusiasts will enjoy visiting Loftus Versfeld Stadium, one of the 2010 FIFA World Cup stadiums in South Africa, where Super 14 rugby is played as well.