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.

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Self Catering in Gauteng

Guest House in Ifafi

Cocomo Guesthouse and Conference Centre

Cocomo - The place you want to go. An elite, upmarket and contemporary styled guesthouse and conference centre offering ... [cont.]

Illyria House Wedding Venue

in Muckleneuk

Illyria House Wedding Venue

Nominated as one of the most romantic destinations in South Africa, Illyria House is the ideal venue for an elegant ... [cont.]

Khamanzi Lodge

Self Catering in Cresta

Khamanzi Lodge

Khamanzi Lodge provides accommodation in Randburg, both catered (on request) and self catering. The lodge offers 12 ... [cont.]

Indaba Hotel

Hotel in Sasolburg

Indaba Hotel

Indaba Hotel offers comfortable accommodation in Sasolburg bordering the Free State in southern Gauteng. Choose from ... [cont.]

House On Morninghill

B&B / Self Catering in Bedfordview

House On Morninghill

Situated in Bedfordview, House on Morninghill offers elegant and well-designed, air conditioned en-suite rooms which have ... [cont.]

Ah Ha Guest House

B&B / Self Catering in Bedfordview

Ah Ha Guest House

Ah Ha is situated in a lush garden in the centre of Bedfordview and offers 3 double self catering suites and 2 double ... [cont.]

Magalies Manor

Hotel / Self Catering in Magaliesburg

Magalies Manor

Magalies Manor offers comfortable accommodation in a variety of units in the lovely area of Magaliesburg. Choose between ... [cont.]

Waterfall Cottages

B&B / Self Catering in Craighall

Waterfall Cottages

Set in a large, tranquil garden, these comfortable spacious open-plan cottages offer homely accommodation. Set apart from ... [cont.]

Heron Chase Guest House

Guest House / Self Catering in Beaulieu

Heron Chase Guest House

Heron Chase is situated in the secure equestrian estate of Beaulieu, in Midrand, Johannesburg. Set in a tranquil one ... [cont.]

The Links Corporate Guest House

Guest House in Silver Lakes

The Links Corporate Guest House

The Links Corporate Guest House is situated in the heart of the Silver Lakes Golf Estate and offers magnificent views ... [cont.]

Eikenhof Country Guesthouse

Guest House / Self Catering in Eikenhof

Eikenhof Country Guesthouse

Eikenhof Country Guesthouse offers comfortable accommodation in Eikenhof, south of Johannesburg. The rooms are equipped ... [cont.]

Palm Continental Hotel

Hotel in Fordsburg

Palm Continental Hotel

Centrally located, Palm Continental Hotel offers tastefully decorated rooms with comfortable beds, DStv and en-suite ... [cont.]

Bri-Shel Manor

B&B in Heidelberg

Bri-Shel Manor

Bri-Shel Manor is at the end of the Suikerbos Nature Reserve and overlooks a dam that is frequented by water fowl and ... [cont.]

Hartley Manor Guest House

Guest House / Self Catering in Muldersdrift

Hartley Manor Guest House

Set in the beautiful Muldersdrift area, Hartley Manor offers both self catering cottages and Bed and Breakfast units ... [cont.]

Clubview Guest House

B&B / Self Catering in Centurion

Clubview Guest House

Clubview Guest House is situated in the quiet suburb of Clubview-East in Centurion. Clubview Guest House is an accredited ... [cont.]

Gauteng Family FriendlySuburbs/Towns by Region


Johannesburg {view all Johannesburg}

Abbotsford (1), Auckland Park (3), Bedfordview (6), Blackheath (2), Braamfontein (3), Craighall Park (5), Cresta (3), Darrenwood (1), Douglasdale (2), Eikenhof (2), Emmarentia (1), Fairland (1), Fairmount (2), Fordsburg (2), Forest Town (1), Fourways (16), Glenvista (1), Greenside (1), Honeydew (5), Johannesburg Central (4), Kensington (5), Killarney (1), Lanseria (8), Linden (3), Lonehill (3), Marshalltown (1), Melville (17), Midrand (see below), Milpark (1), Mulbarton (1), Newtown (2), Northcliff (10), Norwood (1), Oakdene (1), Observatory (3), Orchards (2), Ormonde (1), Parkhurst (1), Parktown (1), Parkview (3), Parkwood (1), Radiokop (1), Randburg (see below), Rembrandt Park (2), Sandton (see below), Saxonwold (1), Southdale (1), Soweto (4), The Hill (1), Waverley (1), Weltevreden Park (1), Westdene (3)

Midrand {view all Midrand}

Austin View (1), Beaulieu (4), Blue Hills (3), Carlswald (3), Crowthorne (2), Glen Austin (7), Glenferness (1), Halfway House (4), Kyalami (15), President Park (2), Randjesfontein (3)

Randburg {view all Randburg}

Blairgowrie (1), Bordeaux (1), Boskruin (1), Cresta (3), Darrenwood (1), Ferndale (12), Franklin Roosevelt Park (1), Honeydew (5), Jukskei Park (2), North Riding (6), Olivedale (1), Radiokop (1), Randpark Ridge (1), Robindale (2)

Sandton {view all Sandton}

Abbotsford (1), Atholl (2), Bryanston (13), Buccleuch (1), Chartwell (7), Craighall (1), Douglasdale (2), Fourways (16), Gallo Manor (2), Glenadrienne (1), Houghton (5), Hurlingham (1), Hyde Park (2), Illovo (1), Inanda (1), Kelvin (1), Linbro Park (2), Lonehill (3), Mandela Square (1), Melrose (3), Melrose Arch (2), Melrose North (1), Morningside (11), Parkmore (5), Parktown North (2), Rivonia (16), Rosebank (6), Sandhurst (3), Sandown (6), Sandton Square (1), Sunninghill (5), Wendywood (1), Winston Ridge (1), Woodmead (2)


East Rand {view all East Rand}

Alberton (8), Bedfordview (6), Benoni (16), Boksburg (12), Brakpan (2), Edenvale (16), Germiston (4), Isando (2), Johannesburg Airport (60), Kempton Park (31), Nigel (1), OR Tambo International (60), Springs (2)


West Rand {view all West Rand}

Elandsdrift (1), Hartbeespoort Dam (see below), Krugersdorp (12), Lanseria (8), Magaliesberg (see below), Muldersdrift (22), Randfontein (1), Renosterspruit (4), Roodepoort (6), Ruimsig (4)

Magaliesberg {view all Magaliesberg}

Cradle of Humankind (36), Doornhoek (1), Hekpoort (4), Kromdraai (3), Maanhaarrand (3), Magaliesburg (18), Renosterspruit (4), Skeerpoort (4)

Cradle of Humankind {view all Cradle of Humankind}

Hartbeespoort Dam {view all Hartbeespoort Dam}

Broederstroom (10), Hartbeespoort (45), Ifafi (3), Kosmos (12), Schoemansville (7), Skeerpoort (4)


Southern Gauteng {view all Southern Gauteng}

Heidelberg (8), Henley-on-Klip (1), Meyerton (2), Sasolburg (2), Vanderbijlpark (3), Vereeniging (5), Walkerville (1)


Northern Gauteng {view all Northern Gauteng}

Bronkhorstspruit (4), Buffelsdrift (1), Centurion (40), Cullinan (9), De Wagensdrift (2), Eldoraigne (6), Hammanskraal (5), Hennops River (1), Irene (7), Leeuwkloof Valley (1), Olifantsfontein (1), Pretoria (see below), Rayton (1), Roodeplaat (3)

Dinokeng {view all Dinokeng}

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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