Brits is a large town situated in a fertile, citrus, vegetable and grain-producing area that is irrigated by the waters of the Hartbeespoort Dam in North West Province of South Africa. It is close to the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality in Gauteng, which includes Pretoria, and it has the same dialling code as Pretoria. In addition to being a centre for agriculture, the town is home to several heavy industries. A factory of the Italian car manufacturer Alfa Romeo produced cars for the domestic market and export to Asia from 1974 to 1985. The town also plays an important role in the South African mining industry: 94% of South Africa's platinum comes from the Rustenburg and Brits districts, which together produce more platinum than any other single area in the world. In addition, there is a large vanadium mine in the district.
The Indian area in Brits is called Primindia. Brits is part of the Madibeng Local Municipality.
A coffee shop/café, a 24-hour front desk, and a garden are available at this guesthouse. Self-parking is free. Other amenities include barbecue grills and a picnic area.
Situated in Hartbeespoort, this guesthouse is close to Bush Babies Monkey Sanctuary and Hartebeespoort Dam. Regional attractions also include Lesedi Cultural Village.
In Room Facilities:
All rooms provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and cable TV.
Hartbeespoort is a South African resort town north of Johannesburg. It’s known for the Hartbeespoort Dam and the whitewater rapids of the Crocodile River. Both are visible from the Hartbeespoort Aerial Cableway, which ascends to the top of the Magaliesberg mountains. Outside of town, Miracle Waters is a spring-water dive site in a former chrome mine. Also nearby is the Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre, a big-cat sanctuary.