From R495 per room per night | Tel: +27 11 482 5195 | Mob: +27 79 456 6714 | Email: email@example.com
The discerning business and leisure traveler will find Life on 3rd to be a stylish and welcoming guesthouse. The emphasis on comfort, service, warm hospitality and the fact that our guests are our very first priority, ensures it to be a memorable place to stay.
Located in a leafy and tranquil corner of the cosmopolitan village of Melville, which is conveniently situated in the heart of the Johannesburg metropolitan area, South Africa. Lize, the owner of Life on 3rd , and the great great granddaughter of President Paul Kruger, creates a sophisticated, stylish getaway for her guests. Life on 3rd is within walking distance of Melville's trendy street life. Life on 3rd boasts 14 rooms and can accommodate almost any need, whether it is for single travelers, couples, families or groups alike. When staying with us, guests can expect a chic, contemporary ambience of "old meets new" complimented by clean lines, earthy tones and hints of red.
Our wooden decked courtyard with casual seating offers guests the opportunity to soak up the African sun or take refuge under umbrellas while enjoying the peaceful atmosphere. After a long day of business or sight seeing guests can put their feet up in the lounge. Separated from the main house is an ideal venue for informal meetings, big screen movies, workshops or functions.
Accommodation includes a wonderful, hearty, breakfast which is served daily between 7:00am - 9:00am (weekdays) 8:00am - 10:00am (weekends) and in our communal dining room. Complimentary Coffee and Tea is available 24hrs in the dining room. We also boast with our own little vegetable garden in order to offer our guests a complete organic food experience. Life on 3rd offers a laundry service, secure off-street parking and can assist you with booking airport transfers, taxi services, restaurant reservations, day tours and other activities. You can also enjoy Life on 3rd as a stopover on your way to the Kruger National Park, of which Pres. Kruger was the founder.