Offering an outdoor pool and garden, Vintage on Main is located in the Waterkloof district in Pretoria, 600 m from Jan Cilliers Park. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property and free private parking is available on site.
Fully equipped kitchen is available for self catering, as well as a washing machine and dryer.
Waterkloof (Afrikaans for "Water Ravine") is a suburb of the city of Pretoria, South Africa. It is named after the original farm that stood there when Pretoria was founded in the 19th Century. Located to the east of the city centre, Waterkloof is a leafy, established area that is home to some of the city's most expensive real estate. Like large parts of Pretoria, its streets are lined with many jacaranda trees that blossom in a riot of colour during October.
Today it is a highly sought-after area, boasting some magnificent hilltop homesteads on Edward and Victoria Streets that command an impressive view of the South African capital, including the Union Buildings. The suburb bears the imprint of the British Empire as many of its streets are named after British royalty. It houses the Pretoria Country Club which has a fine 18-hole golf course.
Several ambassadorial residences are located in the suburb. It is the home of the noted South African soprano Mimi Coertse, and the location of the upmarket Dube-house in the Academy Award winning film Tsotsi.
The main thoroughfares are Crown Avenue, which links Waterkloof with the affluent suburb of Brooklyn, Pretoria to its north, and Albert Street, which runs East-West between the neighbouring areas of Menlo Park and Groenkloof.
In Room Facilities:
All linen and towels are provided, each room has a heater, fan and hair dryer, some rooms have access to the garden, all rooms have can use the pool and garden. Most rooms have en-suite bathrooms.
Situated close to Brooklyn Mall, Life Groenkloof Hospital, Brooklyn surgical center, Loftus versveld, UNISA, Voortrekker Monument, University of Pretoria, Harlequins Club, Pretoria country club and many embassies.