About Twickenham Guest House, Auckland Park Accommodation
Built in 1898, only 12 years after gold was discovered in Johannesburg, the majestic old manor was one of the first houses to be built in Auckland Park. It has been a home to some of Johannesburg's most prominent families, including the Garlicks family and after that the Du Plessis family for some 41 years. The house has been carefully restored to reflect its distinguished heritage, characterized by the old world charm and comfort of high pressed steel ceilings, thick walls and wooden floors.
Set in an English country garden with a gazebo and conservatory for guests' relaxation, this gracious home offers superb accommodation and excellent food along with personal attention and care. Spacious en-suite rooms offer old-fashioned comfort combined with modern conveniences. Handsome period pieces create a relaxed sense of elegance with fresh flowers and complimentary sherry for the additional enjoyment of guests.
The ideal location of this guest house makes it an obvious choice for leisure travellers, business executives, tourists, visiting academics and guests seeking medical care. Twickenham Guest House provides easy access to medical treatment, shopping hubs, excellent restaurants, corporate headquarters and many tertiary educational institutions.
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