Dakalo B&B is a 3 star graded establishment in the famouse Vilakazi precint. House no 6963 Inhlwathi street Orlando West Soweto just a stone throw from Mandela Museum & Tutu’s house,a walk to Sakhumzi, Nambitha restuarants & Hector Peterson Memorial.
The house boast a beautiful front garden a veggie back garden with Strawberries, Peach tree and Grape vine. We have a Boma in the back patio for fire during cold winter nights for Braais. It’s a 4 bedroom B&B, 2 twin/king ensuite bedrooms with shower & toilet, 1 twin ensuite bedroom with shower & toilet, 1 twin/king ensuite bedroom with bath & shower.All rooms with fan lights,Tv’s, Bar fridges, hair dryers& water station. DSTV in the Lounge.
The outside twin/king bedroom can be used for self catering unit with a kitchen patio with a sink & stove and an antic black stove for fire during cold days,
All beds are extra long & extra depth. Accomodation includes a full English breakfast, Free WIFI and secure lockable Carport for 2 cars.
Dolly Hlophe is a pensioner with two grownup daughters and a grand son,I am a hands on person with passion for good & beautifull things and love what I do for myself & business.
She is passionate gardener and do most of the chores.She belongs to the Soweto Accommodation Assosiation & the Life Style Soweto Garden Club. Loving the outdoors She has travelled to places like Botswana, Zambia, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Victoria Falls, Mauritius& Bangkok. Being a hard worker she eats from the garden, Makes Strawberry jam from strawberries from her garden. She also makes her own compost from garden rabble & liquid fertilizer from kitchen scraps with Bokashi.
We set off our walk at Lebo’s Soweto Backpackers heading towards our look out point with a panoramic view over Soweto. The guide will points our various landmarks and areas and the history of the various sites around the township. You will also see our community garden project as well as the beer brewing station of the home brewed sorghum beer made by women in our community.
Soweto is an urban settlement or ‘township’ in South Africa, southwest of Johannesburg; with a population of approximately 1.3 million.
Soweto became the largest Black city in South Africa, but until 1976 its population could have status only as temporary residents, serving as a workforce for Johannesburg.