A luxury B&B on the tree lined streets of Dunkeld, just minutes from the Gautrain, Rosebank’s varied shopping districts and a short ride to the World renowned Sandton city and home of Nelson Mandela square.
– Fiber Internet with speeds up to 50Mbps.
– A back up generator so you can work uninterrupted.
– Spa treatments available.

Did you know; Johannesburg is the world’s biggest man-made forest, with over 10 million trees. This Sandton bed and breakfast is found amongst these trees in one of the beautiful residential suburbs between Rosebank and Sandton.

58 On Hume Boutique B and B in Dunkeld, is connected to all that the city has to offer. Whether for business or leisure, it is 4min drive to the Rosebank Gautrain station. The Gautrain bus stop is 300m from our entrance. All our rooms and our self catering garden cottage have free high-speed wireless internet, coffee and tea provisions and other modern amenities. We are mindful of our impact on the environment and take steps where ever we can, whether recycling or harvesting rain water to help our planet.

Sandton is an affluent area situated within the metro of JohannesburgSouth Africa. It is well known for being the richest square mile in Africa. Sandton is a short drive from the richest gold field ever discovered, in the Witwatersrand Basin; it’s estimated that up to 40 percent of the world’s gold originated there. Just 50 years ago, Sandton consisted primarily of large, private estates and smallholdings. Today it’s South Africa’s main business centre, as well as one of the key financial hubs on the African continent.

This luxury Sandton Guesthouse is centrally situated close to Nelson Mandela Square, which is a vibrant hub in the heart of Sandton. Attached to Sandton City Shopping Mall, the square is a great place to enjoy Johannesburg’s vibrant urban spaces. The iconic bronze Nelson Mandela statue, which weighs 2.5tonnes, is a focal point of this outdoor square. The square is a European-styled piazza that marries international style and African hospitality. It attracts locals and visitors to its sidewalk cafes and premier restaurants. One can buy anything from curios to couture, art, books, jewellery and hi-tech.

There are many other shopping centres and Heritage sites to visit in the area, see our Out and About page/ What to do in JHB/Sandton/Rosebank.