Abbotsford House Guest House

Abbotsford Guest House in Johannesburg

Abbotsford House Guest House in Johannesburg is centrally located near Melrose Arch, Wanderers, Rosebank, Norwood, Houghton, Oaklands, Birdhaven and Waverley.

Our guest house is set in a beautiful leafy garden filled with large trees and lots of birdsong. 

Abbotsford House Guest House has accommodation in 4 spacious bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms. We have free Wi-Fi throughout the house and there is ample parking available onsite.

If you are visiting Johannesburg as part of a leisure trip to see South Africa, you will find that Abbotsford House Guest House in Johannesburg is extremely well located. We are very close to many major activities and our house is the ideal base for sight seeing.

Our property can be found in a small suburb called Abbotford in the Northen suburbs of Johannesburg. Our Guest House is conveniently nestled between the Atholl Oaklands and Glenhove on and off ramps of the M1 Highway.

If you are arriving in Johannesburg by air and travelling from OR Tambo International Airport, you will be glad to hear that there is a Gautrain Bus stop located about 200m from our front gate.

If you are travelling to Johannesburg for business you will find that we are only minutes away from the Melrose Arch, Sandton and Rosebank business precincts.

Glenhove Conference Centre and the GE Innovation Centre is less than 3 minutes away from Abbotsford House Guest House.

The Great Park Synagogue is about 10 minutes walk from our gate.

If you are visiting Johannesburg for golfing you will find both the Wanderers Golf Club and the Killarney Golf Club located just across the highway from us. Also a few minutes away are the Bidvest Wanderers Cricket Stadium.

If you are looking for comfort without pretentiousness, Abbotsford House Guest House in Johannesburg is the place to visit. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

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