Accommodation in Annlin, Pretoria
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The pretty emerging suburb of Annlin lies minutes outside of the city centre to the north of Pretoria, in the crook of Zambesi Drive in the shadow of the Magaliesberg Mountains. Lying just outside of Pretoria gives Annlin several advantages. Not only is it relatively free of traffic congestion and thus pollution, but it is also a green and leafy suburb with good access to the N1 north of here, making it an ideal place to overnight if you are heading off to Polokwane and beyond.
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