Heidelberg in Gauteng lies at the foot of the Suikerbosrand a large tract of land that is home to Gauteng’s highest point, almost 2,000 metres above sea level. Heidelberg has got a lot of history attached to it and it was home to A.G. Visser, medical doctor and Afrikaans poet . The British also built a concentration camp here to accommodation Boer women and children.
Accommodation in Heidelberg is highly sought after because Gautengers love to escape the city over weekends and heat towards the beautiful Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve. The exquisite mountain range and grassy plains make one feel as though you are an explorer discovering Africa and people love hiking, biking and picnicking in the beautiful reserve. There is a lot of wildlife to be seen and lots of beautiful birds to delight bird lovers. De Rust Guest House is a popular choice for those looking for a relaxing getaway not to far from the city and this Victorian style house dates back to 1906.
Whats on Offer at De Rust Guest House:
- en-suite units
- some of the units are connected with fully equipped kitchen
- each unit has TV with selected DSTV channels
- mens smoke room, a ladies lounge
- TV room
- undercover parking
- braai facilities
- breakfast is included
Tel: 079 657 8255
Fax: 086 224 1371
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