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Accommodation in West Rand, Gauteng, South Africa

West Rand Accommodation by area:
Krugersdorp Accommodation - Muldersdrift Accommodation
Randfontein Accommodation - Roodepoort Accommodation
Gauteng Accommodation by Major City:
Johannesburg Hotels - Johannesburg Bed & Breakfasts/Self-Catering
Pretoria (Tshwane) Hotels - Pretoria (Tshwane) Guest Houses - Pretoria Self-Catering
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Krugersdorp is a mining city in the West Rand of Gauteng, South Africa. Krugersdorp was founded in 1887 by Marthinus Pretorius and named after Paul Kruger.  Apart from gold, manganese, iron, asbestos and lime are also mined in the area. Krugersdorp is the site of the December 1880 gathering at which more than 6,000 men vowed to fight for the Transvaal's independence. When gold was discovered on the Witwatersrand, a need arose for a major town in the west of the reef.  The government bought part of the farm Paardekraal and named the new town after the Transvaal President Paul Kruger. The British built a concentration camp here during the Second Boer War to house Boer women and children.  In 1952 the West Rand Consolidated Mine was the first in the world to extract Uranium as a byproduct of the gold refining process.  Krugersdorp no longer has a separate municipal government, and the municipality has become part of the Mogale City municipality, along with surrounding towns.
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African Sky Guest House African Sky Guest House, KRUGERSDORP
Situated in between Krugerdorp and Roodepoort, on main route. (Voortrekker/ Ontdekkers Road) Close to Lanseria airport, cradle of Humankind, Magaliesberg and Mulderdrift. With reach of Krugerdorp Game Reserve, The Botanical Gardens, Golf Coarses, and major hospitals. Bed and Breakfast and selfcatering guest accommodation in Krugerdorp. Also available 4 bedroom house for long stay selfcatering guests. Special rates for groups. Ideal venue for small functions.  7 Double bedrooms en-suite, with own entrances. Lapa and pool, covered patio with pool table. If you looking for am immaculate place to stay, in a safe and well located area, then look no futher.
Magaliqua Guest House Magaliqua Guest House, KRUGERSDORP
Set in a lush environment, Magaliqua Guest House is located in Krugersdorp. It features luxuriously self-catering apartments with a flat-screen TV. Free WiFi is available. With views of the private garden and Magaliesburg, the apartments have a fully equipped kitchen and seating area. Each bedroom includes a private bathroom with a hairdryer, free toiletries, bathrobes and slippers. Magaliqua Guest House is 20 km from the Cradle of Human Kind and a 50-minute drive from O.R. Tambo International Airport. 
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A fly-fishing experience of a lifetime awaits you, be you a pro or novice. Trout, bass, carp and the ever-elusive yellow fish will provide you with hours of entertainment and the opportunity to unwind and relax.  Other recreational facilities include archery, hot-air ballooning, guided nature walks, hiking trails, game viewing and bird watching. Within close proximity to Kloofzicht are the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve, Wonder caves, Sterkfontein Caves, Kromdraai Goldmine, 2 golf courses and many other attractions. Or simply relax next to the rim-flow pool.  The small but magnificent nature reserve upon which Kloofzicht Lodge is built, is home to kudu, impala, blue wildebeest, eland, red hartebeest, springbuck, gemsbok, zebra, as well as a fascinating array of bird life, indigenous trees and pristine vistas.
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Misty Hills Country Hotel, Conference Centre & Spa Misty Hills Country Hotel, Conference Centre & Spa, MULDERSDRIFT
Here, in the heart of the artistic belt known as the Crocodile Ramble, lies the four star Misty Hills Country Hotel and Conference Centre, set in lush landscaped gardens displaying an abundance of indigenous plants and birdlife.  Beyond the city’s leafy suburbs, concrete gives way to an alluring green belt and is guaranteed to delight the most discerning guest seeking comfort and tranquillity.Misty Hills is ideally positioned – just 30 minutes from Johannesburg and 45 minutes from Pretoria.  Gilbert Hickman, the General Manager of Misty Hills Hotel, welcomes the opportunity to show you around our facilities and discuss your requirements with you.  Misty Hills Country Hotel offers 16 venues, from The Pelindaba Conference and Exhibition Centre able to seat 600 people cinema style to Zebra boardroom that seats 10. All types of functions are catered for from sit down dinners for up to 400 down to intimate dinners for two in private suites.
Origins Guest House Origins Guest House, MULDERSDRIFT
Origins Guest House is a tranquil guest house situated in a country setting in Gauteng, near Lanseria Airport, Cradle of Humankind, Hartebeestpoort Dam and Fourways (shopping and Monte Casino).  Accomodation is provided with one 2 bedroom self-catering and three 1 bedroom luxury suites in large, landscaped gardens. Service is personal and friendly. A swimming pool, games room incl. pool table, gardens & coffee bar are available for your convenience. A library of selected books, foreign & art DVDs, videos and classical music CDs are provided. Rates include breakfast - on weekends its everything, weekdays choose eggs, bacon, tomato, toast, muffins, coffee or the health option - muesli or cereal, fruit, yoghurt, toast, coffee, muffins.  Tastefully decorated bedrooms include extended queen-sized double beds, kettle for tea and coffee, and a chair and desk, TV and DVD. 
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Randfontein is a gold mining town in western Gauteng, South Africa, 45 km west of Johannesburg. With the Witwatersrand gold rush in full swing, mining financier JB Robinson bought the farm Randfontein and, in 1889, floated the Randfontein Estates Gold Mining Company. The town was established in 1890 to serve the new mine and was administered by Krugersdorp until it became a municipality in 1929.  Randfontein Estates had the largest stamp mill in the world, with 600 stamps.  A pretty sheet of water, Riebeeck Lake, is among the attractions of the town.  Today Randfontein has a population of 181,940, which incorporates Mohlakeng and Toekomsrus.
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Roodepoort is a city in Gauteng Province, South Africa. Johannesburg's most famous botanical garden, Witwatersrand National Botanical Gardens (now renamed Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens in honour of Walter Sisulu), is located in Roodepoort.  In 1884, brothers Fred and Harry Struben, having discovered gold on the farm Wilgespruit at the western end of the Witwatersrand, were granted concessions to mine the area. When George Harrison's find at Langlaagte came to light and gold fever took hold, the Strubens brothers were joined by a swarm of gold diggers. Though the Confidence Reef bore little gold and their mine was unprofitable, the ramshackle town that grew around it became the Roodepoort municipality in 1904. Incorporating the towns of Hamberg, Florida and Maraisburg, Roodepoort became a city in 1977.
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Residential Areas in the new developing parts of Roodepoort are said to be expanding at a faster pace than anywhere else in South Africa. This growth is said to be fueled by various factors such as the fast growing Black middle class, the close proximity to other large Gauteng cities, an already established and advanced infrastructure and much more.  Roodepoort no longer has a separate municipal government, and the municipality is part of the City of Johannesburg.
At the View Bed and Breakfast At The View B&B, Bed & Breakfast, ROODEPOORT
We are situated in the upmarket suburb of Kloof en Dal on the near West Rand. The 100 hectare Kloof en Dal nature reserve is our back fence. Fantastic views over the reserve from our lapa, also ensures peace and quiet in the middle of town. The eagles nesting at the nearby botanical gardens often hunt in reserve for dassie and guinea fowl, amongst others. Prolific bird life can be viewed from the lapa.  With only 4 rooms means we can offer genuine homely hospitality. Braai facilities in the lapa, Koi ponds, swimming pool to help you relax and feel at home.  The near West Rand is ideally situated for all your excursions, whether you need to travel to the business centres or going west into the rural areas.  Hearty breakfasts and homely dinners can also be prepared.
Kleine Constantia Boutique Guest House Kleine Constantia Boutique Guest House, ROODEPOORT
Featuring free WiFi and a spa center, Kleine Constantia Boutique Guest House offers accommodations in Roodepoort, just one kilometer from Clearwater Mall. The guesthouse has a sun terrace and views of the garden, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. Free private parking is available on site. The rooms come with a TV with satellite channels. Certain units feature a sitting area to relax in after a busy day. There is a coffee machine and a kettle in the room. The rooms include a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes and slippers..
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