BellaCanella Guesthouse Centurion
This Guesthouse located in Centurion, a very Popular neighbourhood and is Security Boomed.
Centurion Shopping Mall is 800 meters away with lovely SHOPS ,
Centurion has excelent Restaurants and Entertaiment
Easy excess to Highways,Centurion is located at the intersection of the N1 and N14 highways. The R21 also passes through Centurion
Two minutes drive to Centurion Gautrain Station and 5 minutes to Unitas Hospital
The guesthouse has 5 Bedrooms with 5 Bathrooms. Each Bedroom has a Microwave, T.V.
Fridge and Kettle clothes steamer and hairdryer
Breakfast is served daily between 7:30 am and 10.am
There is a pool and Beautiful garden with a outside entertainment area
Free and Secure Parking available on premises
A Lovely Place to Stay, Feels like you never left Home
Centurion is situated in South Africa's Gauteng Province. This vibrant town is situated between the major cities of Pretoria and Johannesburg. Centurion is located at the intersection of the N1 and N14 highways. The R21 also passes through Centurion.
There is never a dull moment in Centurion as there are various entertainment venues, a modern shopping mall, golf courses and a driving range. The town is conveniently close to the Highveld Techno Park where technology companies such as Siemens Telecommunications, SAAB Grintek Technologies, Telkom and others are located.
Super Sport Park
The Super Sport Park Cricket Stadium is the home of the Northern Titans Cricket Union, a luxury restaurant and a modern multi-purpose conference hall with equipment to accommodate conferences of approximately 600 people are available
Rooihuiskraal Historical Site
The old stone kraal at Rooihuiskraal is rather dilapidated today, but was declared a national monument. A recent addition to the site is the Centurion Battle Tank which was among others used by the British in Korea in 1944. It was later acquired by South Africa, upgraded several times but is now old enough to serve as a museum piece.
The South African Mint
The Mint became a private company in 1988 and produces not only South African coins, but also coins for other countries such as New Zealand, Argentina and Switzerland.
A museum, known as Coin World, was opened to the public during 1996 It also houses a jewelry shop and is open from 09h00 to 15h30, seven days a week. Guided tours are also available, which last approximately two hours
Today it is a museum to commemorate the life of Smuts. The museum and surrounding grounds are open to the public seven days a week. On weekdays the museum can be visited from 9h30 to 13h00 and from 13h30 to 16h30. Guided tours can be arranged by appointment