Big Tree B&B - Midrand, Eastern Gauteng

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Big Tree B&B

Midrand, Eastern Gauteng - Accommodation

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Big Tree Guest House is an elegant establishment situated in a lush green pocket in Midrand, Johannesburg.

Guests can relax to the sounds of the abundant birdlife in the aesthetic gardens while enjoying dinner at sunset. For the more active, there is a sparkling pool and a well-kept tennis court to keep the joints flexible and the blood pumping.

Each bedroom is beautifully and intricately themed with warm and inviting ethnic colours and textures with a fan and a heater for your comfort as well as en-suite bathrooms and television sets.

The bedrooms also have their own private entrances and we have secure parking for all guests. Satellite television and wifi are available in the lounge area.

Big Tree Guest House is also the perfect venue for intimate weddings, team builds or conferences as it is conveniently situated halfway between Pretoria and Johannesburg, thirty minutes from ORTIA, 3.5 kms from Midrand Gautrain Station and also near the N1 off-ramp. Big Tree Guest House's location makes it perfect for quick stay-overs on your way to the North.

We are also near to Gallagher Estate, Eskom Convention Centre and a multitude of stores, petrol stations and emergency services and offer a shuttle service at a nominal fee.

A stay at Big Tree Guest House will be memorable for all the right reasons.

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Big Tree B&B, Midrand, Eastern Gauteng

Establishment Facilities
  • American Express
  • BBQ
  • Children Welcome
  • Conference Facilities
  • Diners Club
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Mastercard
  • Pools
  • Secure Parking
  • Visa
Room Amenities
  • Non Smoking
  • Television

Accreditations & Gradings:

Accreditations for Big Tree B&B, Midrand, Eastern Gauteng

  • Tourism Grading Council

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Directions to Big Tree B&B

Map of Big Tree B&B in Midrand, Eastern Gauteng


Directions to Big Tree B&B

GPS Co-Ordinates: 28° 9' 10.1" E / 25° 59' 5.6" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Big Tree B&B in Midrand, Eastern Gauteng

Departing: O.R. Tambo International Airport
Address: O R Thambo Airport Road, OR Tambo International Airport (JNB), Kempton Park 1627, South Africa
Distance: 35.1 km / Duration: 27 mins
1. Head northwest 0.5 km
2. Slight left onto the R21 N ramp to City Center/Kempton Park/Pretoria 0.4 km
3. Merge onto R21 20.0 km
4. Take exit 25 for R562/M18 toward Midrand/Tembisa North 0.6 km
5. Turn left onto Olifantsfontein Rd/M18/R562
Continue to follow Olifantsfontein Rd
7.3 km
6. Turn left onto Olifantsfontien Rd 1.4 km
7. Continue onto Olifantsfontein Rd 1.8 km
8. Turn left onto Allan Rd 3.0 km

Nearest Airport

O.R. Tambo International Airport - Johannesburg


OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg is the busiest airport in South Africa and Africa, with about 17 million passengers coming through every year. Johannesburg International as it was known previously, was renamed in 2006 to honour the memory of Oliver Reginald Tambo, contributor to the liberation of South Africa.

OR Tambo International Airport is 20-minutes away from the eastern suburbs of Johannesburg and 45 minutes from Sandton unless you take the gautrain which takes only 15 minutes to get to Sandton.

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Alternative accommodation near Midrand, Eastern Gauteng

Midrand, Eastern Gauteng » Current Current
Kempton Park, Eastern Gauteng » 32 mins 23.9 km
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