Accommodation in Derdepoort, Pretoria
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Just beyond the Magaliesberg Mountain range, not even 15 minutes from Pretoria's centre, Derdepoort lies just off Zambesi Drive in a largely rural area divided into farms and small holdings. Those who live out here sport addresses that include their plot numbers and it is ideally placed for guest lodges and conference centres, given the sense of freedom that the tranquil surrounds grant visitors.
The big bonus of staying out in Derdepoort that offers space, stands of over 1000 square metres and access to big trees and skies, as... [continued]