Accommodation for families: travelling with kids in Gauteng

Gauteng Family Friendly

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Johannesburg, Pretoria and GautengFamily / Child Friendly Accommodation

Find child-friendly establishments catering for families travelling with kids in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Gauteng. These child friendly establishments include family hotels, guest houses, bed & breakfasts, holiday apartments, suites, cottages and holiday homes.

The establishments below accept children of all ages (from babies and toddlers to teenagers). If none of these establishments take your fancy, please adjust the filter to show results for the specific age group(s) required.

Self Catering in Gauteng

in North Riding

Buffalo Guest House

Set in seven acres of gardens with indigenous trees and an abundance of bird life. We offer the sweet taste of country in ... [cont.]

Thulani Lodge

Guest House in Melville

Thulani Lodge

Thulani Lodge is a homely, warm and welcoming guesthouse offering an outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi. All rooms are decorated ... [cont.]

Henry George Guesthouse

Guest House / Self Catering in Arcadia

Henry George Guesthouse

Located in Arcardia, Pretoria, Henry George Guest House boasts three stars from the TGCSA. Henry George Guest House ... [cont.]

Acorn House Cullinan

B&B in Cullinan

Acorn House Cullinan

Acorn House is situated in the lovely area of Cullinan. From here you can explore the charming village and enjoy a ... [cont.]

Rosemary Hill

Guest House in Silver Lakes

Rosemary Hill

Rosemary Hill is situated on beautiful farmland just east of Pretoria. It is an organic working farm and has been in ... [cont.]

Riverstone Lodge

Hotel in Muldersdrift

Riverstone Lodge

Set in picturesque Muldersdrift, on the edge of The Cradle of Humankind is an ideal retreat away from the hectic day to ... [cont.]

Casa-Lee Country Lodge

Guest House in Donkerhoek

Casa-Lee Country Lodge

Award winning Casa-Lee Country Lodge is a French Provence inspired venue with elements of rustic chic and bushveld. All ... [cont.]

Sundowner Lodge

Guest House in Brits

Sundowner Lodge

This is a taste of Africa in its entire splendor. Tranquil, rustic beauty and gentle bird sounds. Come and relax in the ... [cont.]

Nomalakia Harties House

Self Catering in Hartbeespoort

Nomalakia Harties House

Nomalakia Harties House is located in the Falcon View Estate towering over the Hartbeespoort Dam ad offers self catering ... [cont.]

Misty Hills Country Hotel

Hotel in Muldersdrift

Misty Hills Country Hotel

The Cradle of Humankind is home to the 4-star rated Misty Hills Country Hotel, Conference Centre and Spa. Nestled in the ... [cont.]

Kids in Gauteng

Jo'burg or "Jozi" has a number of fun and interesting activities for children: The Johannesburg Zoo in Parkview, with a farmyard section specially designed for under-sixes; feeding ducks in the city's green parks like Emmarentia, Zoo Lake and Gillooly's Farm; Gold Reef City's theme park and rides that include an Earthquake Tunnel and a Tower of Terror - there is a funfair for the under 10s; or stargazing at the Johannesburg Planetarium. [cont.]

The smallest yet most densely populated province, known simply as ‘place of gold’ because of the discovery of a gold-bearing reef in the late 1880s that was to bring fame and fortune to many, Gauteng offers one of the best climates in the country - its crisp, clear and wind-free winter days the envy of the rest of the country, and its summer thunderstorms a kaleidoscopic relief to the heat of season. Gauteng indisputably revolves around its capital - Johannesburg. A concrete jungle it might be but it is also regarded as one of the greenest cities in Africa - a veritable urban forest with around 10 million trees and a number of green spaces, the most popular of which is a real family-friendly gem - the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens in the north-west of the city.

The Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary and Chamberlain Bird Sanctuary, both in Pretoria, are wonderful family day outings, as is Sammy Marks Museum - a beautiful Victorian mansion just outside Pretoria - the gardens alone are worth a jaunt out this way and include a maze. Tables under the trees are a wonderful way to enjoy tea.

Leisure Lakes in Midrand is a fantastic place to learn to waterski and wakeboard for the older kids, or if that outdoor activity doesn’t grab you then surely riding a hot air balloon or paragliding in the Magaliesberg will? [close]

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