Oak House is situated in the quaint miners’ town of Cullinan, just North of Pretoria. Surrounded by many natural beauties such as the lovely Jacaranda trees and various historic buildings, Oak House has plenty to offer. Oak House was built in 1904 and has the atmosphere and ambience of the old sandstone building is awe inspiring.
Oak House, as it is known today, was the result of a dream to revamp a dreary guesthouse in order to create a venue that well serves the memory of the grand and stylish and beautiful original general manager’s house. In early 2010 this dream was realised when Oak House venue was re-opened and hosted its first wedding, with many other functions that followed.
An environment had been produced that was filled with true South African history and promised to be a complete wedding destination. Oak House envisions an experience for the bride & groom where they will receive unparalleled service both before and on their special day.
Our effective, efficient and endearing team will ensure that you receive only the best service, advice and treatment from the very first viewing of the venue right up until the morning after your wedding at the breakfast table. Oak House offers a variety of services and packages. Bridal couples are encouraged to schedule a meeting and discuss how Oak House can personalize the service offering in order to suite your style, ideas and budget.
We offer an all-inclusive viewing of Oak House and surroundings, where our team will show you the gorgeous surrounding. From the very famous Sir Herbert Baker designed Anglican Church, which is used for the wedding ceremonies, to several stunning sites for breath-taking photos, and of course the guesthouse and wedding venue; you will feel relaxed and certain that Oak House can make your wedding dreams a reality.
Lose yourself in this luxurious, spacious room and enjoy a romantic stay for two. The comfortable extra length king size bed will ensure you receive a quality night’s rest. Combine that with a warm foam bath in the stylish bathroom and a sip of sherry, and you’ll feel as though you never want to leave. A vital part of this room’s interior is the original safe that was used to house the famous Cullinan Diamond, which is now part of the Queen of England’s crown. This hint to an opulent past adds significance and romance to the room.