Dithakong Bed & Breakfast
Dithakong B&B is more than a home-stay, but meets above average quality standards with best service delivery. We offer the following services: Meals are prepared by a qualified Chef. On offer - Continental or English breakfast; 3 course Dinner; Barbecue; Packed lunch for the road; African cuisine dinner (all on request). Transfers from OR Tambo International airport and back can be arranged on request.
The venue has four en-suite bedrooms all laid out in crisp cotton linen. A Self-catering unit with en-suite shower and kitchenette is detached from the main house. All rooms are decorated in contemporary ethnic furnishings and decor.
All bedrooms have private entries, some of which lead to a refreshing patio for a peaceful outdoor evening and smoking. Rooms have Heaters; Ceiling Fans; free Coffee/Tea facilities; DSTV viewing and free Wi-Fi access.
Rates: from: R580.00 per unit, Max: 2
Dithakong B&B is &-15 minutes drive to Mandela Museum; Hector Peterson Memorial site and the world famous Vilakazi Precinct with exclusive Restaurants and Pubs where clients get an opportunity to interact with locals and enjoy ‘a hearty township welcome’.
It is also a walking distance to Maponya Shopping Mall and Walter Sisulu Memorial Square in Kliptown. The popular Orlando Bunjee Jumping Towers and Kasi Restaurant are only 10 minutes drive. In close proximity are also Arts and Culture sites; Soccer stadiums; Pimville Golf Course and other interesting heritage sites around Johannesburg CBD.
Dithakong Bed & Breakfast was one of a few Soweto establishments accredited by FIFA to host international soccer fans attending the World Cup 2010 Tournament. We were fully booked for five weeks during this event.
The establishment provides all the diligence, charm and sophisticated comfort you could wish for. We have received exceptionally good reviews from local and international travel agency sites
||5361 Zone 5, Pimville, 1809
||27 084 527 6905
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This page was last updated: 13 February 2017