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Meintjieskop G H      Pretoria CBDGuest House
Meintjieskop can accommodate up to 16 Guests in upmarket comfy double en-suite rooms, appointed to make you feel at home. Beds are either King size (which can be converted to twin) or Double and offers a comfortable and well-earned nights rest. Electric blankets will ensure a warm welcome bed on col...

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Swaeltjie G H Pretoria CBDGuest House
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The Blue Train Pretoria CBDBed & Breakfast
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Willow Lodge Pretoria CBDHotel / Lodge
The city of Pretoria is affectionately known as “Jacaranda City” because of the lilac blossoms of the jacaranda trees first planted in the 1880s. Founded in 1855 by Marthinus Pretorius, a renowned Voortrekker leader, Pretoria was named after his father, Andries Pretorius. However, after a lengthy debate, and in keeping with the democratic government’s commitment to renaming places to reflect the new South Africa, Pretoria is likely to soon be known as Tshwane - after the son of an African chief who preceded Pretorius in the area. The name is also apt because of its conciliatory meaning - ‘we are the same’ or ‘we are one because we live together’. The administrative capital of South Africa, the city has transformed from an apartheid symbol of conservatism into a hub of cosmopolitan influences and base of over 100 diplomatic missions. It’s also the seat of government with the renowned Union Buildings serving as the headquarters of the South African president. Designed by Sir Herbert Baker, the Union Buildings will also long be remembered as the setting for President Nelson Mandela’s historical inauguration in 1994. Ironically, from its terraces one can see the massive Voortrekker Monument which was built by the white settler Boers in the 1880s to commemorate the Great Trek as well as Andries Pretorius’s victory at the Battle of Blood River. Pretoria/Tshwane houses a number of historical and interesting sites, namely Melrose House, in which the Peace Treaty of Vereeniging which ended the Anglo-Boer War was signed in 1902; the Transvaal History Museum; and the Botanical Gardens. In short, a visit to Pretoria will offer travellers unique insight into South African history and culture.