Welcome to Ambers & Grace Guest House

Tranquil Country Living

Ambers & Grace – a mere 15-minute drive East of Pretoria, is a cosy, farm-styled guesthouse, just off the N4 Highway. Our accommodation consists of a fully furnished cottage, honeymoon suite and 7 en-suite rooms.

The cottage consists of 2 double rooms, a lounge area with fireplace, TV with WIFI, fully furnished kitchen and bathroom with shower and bath.

The en-suite rooms consist of converted stables into luxury suites. The honeymoon suite consists of a romantic spacious bedroom with a fireplace, a small lounge area with a private veranda, TV with WIFI and a bar fridge. The bathroom area consists of a jet bath, shower, basins and separate toilet.

Whether you need a romantic break-away, attending a wedding or simply need to unwind from the City rush, we at Ambers & Grace invite you to come and experience real tranquil country living!

Ambers & Grace Guest Farm is also home to Countryside Alpacas. Here we farm with these lovely and interesting camelid animals which are bred solely for their fibre. The fibre is processed into luxury Alpaca Duvets which we also market through Ambers & Grace Guest Farm. Please feel free to contact us directly regarding any further questions on these luxury, hypo allergenic duvets!

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About Ambers & Grace

Ambers & Grace Guest Farm is a cosy, farm styled Guest House only 20 km East of Pretoria, nestled at the foothills of the most Eastern parts of the Magalies Mountains. We are close to a major traffic route (N4 – Highway), approximately 45 minutes’ drive from Oliver Thambo International Airport, as well as various wedding venues, conference facilities and other attractions. Whether you need a romantic break-away, attending a wedding or simply need to unwind from the City rush, we at Ambers & Grace are looking forward to hosting you!

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Contact details

Kleinfontein 51, Kungwini, Pretoria
+27 82 589 0847
reservations@bullfrogsnest.co.za

“We had a wonderful stay at Ambers & Grace. We look forward coming back soon.”

Jenny la GrangeCenturion, South Africa