Dalberry Guest House

Amidst the hustle and bustle of the big city, tucked away in a quiet and peaceful neighbourhood, is a place where you will wake up to the sounds of birds and the smell of freshly brewed coffee.

Centrally located in the popular suburb of Fourways, north of Johannesburg, Dalberry Guest House is set in a peaceful garden surrounded by beautiful trees. The house radiates a warm and homely ambience, where guests can unwind and feel at home.

Retire to your bedroom, kick off your shoes and indulge in a relaxing bath all in the comfort of a well-equipped en-suite. Reach for the remote and all your favourite M-Net and DStv channels are a click away. Make yourself a warm cup of tea or coffee, catch up with the latest news and relax.

Our breakfasts are Continental or full English. Why not complement a perfect morning by taking your breakfast on the patio. As usual our dinners are on request. Within walking distance from our front gate the Design Quarter offers good restaurants and continental coffee shops, and a block away is Monte casino, with Fourways Mall and Sandton City close by for all your shopping requirements.

After a hard day at the office, or walking around Sandton City shopping, why not pamper yourself to a professional treatment at the adjoining day spa.

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  • "Serenity"

    30 January 2017

    "The guesthouse is nice and central. The lovely garden and pool added a homely feel. It was neat and tidy. Suited our needs perfectly. Staff were friendly and helpful. The rates are very reasonable considering it Includes breakfast. Really enjoyed our short stay."

    Le-Anne Joannou, South Africa
  • "Overnight stay for cycle challenge"

    16 November 2015

    "<strong>We booked four rooms at Dalberry prior to our participation in the 94.7 cycle challenge and the rooms are very nice,neat and spacious with everything you need. However we enquired about breakfast which they only serve from 08:30, so we requested an earlier breakfast as we had an early start for the cycle challenge, however when we pitched up for breakfast, the only breakfast served were cereal, fruit and small yoghurts....not even hot coffee and staff was no where to be found .Imagine our dissapointment as we had to leave,still quite hungry and go and cycle 95km. The breakfast was insufficient especially for grown men. We would stay over again, but just leave earlier for a proper breakfast somewhere else.</strong>"

    Christelle Snyman, South Africa
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