Waters on Willows describes itself as a home-away-from-home environment, and after staying there on a working weekend, Team #FinishTime could not agree more. Thanks to the shady garden with its birdlife and a number of places which invite one to sit and just “chill”, there can be few more relaxing places to go in Gauteng – especially if you’ve done a hard day’s race timing!
As a reminder of the tranquil ambience into which you have stepped, each of the luxurious rooms at Waters on Willows is named after a bird – loerie, hoepoe, kiewiet and kingfisher respectively. The rooms are complete with luxurious bathrooms as well as WiFi and everything else you will need to enjoy a comfortable, convenient and relaxing stay. As an added bonus, a Continental or English breakfast is offered as an optional extra – just place your order when you arrive.
Waters on Willows sleeps six to eight people, so there’s none of that impersonal “big hotel” feeling. On the contrary, you’ll find South African hospitality at its best. One of the things we loved most on summer visits is the swimming pool – and when we went back in winter, it was the cozy fireplace that made Waters on Willows feel like home. This beautiful spot comes highly recommended by Team #FinishTime.