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40 on Ilkey is strategically well positioned for you to reach your destination in the East of Pretoria with ease and on time.

We understand that a trip to Pretoria, the traffic and the reason for coming can be stressful and daunting. Our guests include people on training, coming for business, or hastily having to find accommodation when a beloved family member lands up in hospital and last, but not least the shoppers that want to enjoy Menlyn, Menlyn Maine, The Times Casino and the Times Arena at Menlyn Maine.

Over the last twelve years, we have been able to accommodate guests from all over the world and have filled over 24000 beds in that time. People have found refuge from the traffic and the big city, in the quiet comfortable rooms and serene gardens.

  Lauren wrote: Thank you for a lovely stay. You were so accommodating,
putting up with a very big group of very stressed, busy students.
Thanks for the lovely breakfasts and dozens (and dozens) of muffins and coffee!

Why 40 on Ilkey B&B?

  • We are well positioned
  • It is easy to get on to the N1
  • We are close to the business district around Menlyn
  • Our prices are very competitive
  • We are situated in the Lynnwood Glen Estate, a security village and patrolled suburb.
  • The area is green, peaceful and quiet.

What your will find at 40 on Ilkey B&B:

  • 10 Bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms
  • Private entrances to every room
  • TV with DSTV Hotel Bouquet in every bedroom
  • A small fridge
  • Tea and coffee station
  • Access control to enter and exit the premises
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Free WiFi

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Breakfast at 40 on Ilkey B&B

No one Goes Hungry at 40 on Ilkey !

Our full breakfast will help you start the day out right!

Our breakfast, is usually served from 6:30. Check the Schedule

The breakfast at 40 on Ilkey B&B is complimentary when you stay over. We pride ourselves on serving well prepared wholesome food. We garnish from the vegetable patch for added freshness.


Breakfast at 40 on Ilkey B&B
Breakfast at 40 on Ilkey B&B

On the menu you will find: 

Fresh juices, coffee, tea

Seasonal fruit salad with yogurt,

muffins fresh from the oven,

and the chef will find out what you would like for your main dish.

Eggs – fried, scrambled or poached

Bacon and Sausage

Brown or white toast

And a vegetarian option will include:

Beans and fried mushrooms

Any Special Dietary Needs?
If you have special dietary requirements, please let us know in advance and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

Wild life at 40 on Ilkey B and B

We are lucky at 40 on Ilkey B&B to have Crested Barbets nesting in the garden and you can often hear their distinct
call or see them hopping around the grass and drinking from the water fountain.

The Crested Barbet - Photo Credit: Johan Muller
The Crested Barbet – Photo Credit : Johan Muller

Nicknamed God’s Paintbrush or the Rainbird, this colourful little bird calls shrilly to herald rainy weather. The Crested Barbet is a handsome bird with a yellow and red speckled face, and a yellow head crowned by a small black crest. A dramatic black band around its neck offsets a yellow belly peppered with red. Its black and white body is tipped with red feathers.

Crested Barbets are usually found singly or in pairs, hopping on the ground in search of food. They tend to fly only short distances and are found in habitats as diverse as forests, savannah, woodland thickets, watercourses and even suburban gardens. Their diet includes insects, fruit and other birds’ eggs.

Other Birds at 40 on Ilkey B&B
Nesting on the patio, we have Greater Striped Swallows (Hirundo abyssinica unitatis). In African folklore it is believed that
swallows will only nest where there is a lot of love and peace.

For us at 40 on Ilkey B&B, this is a great testimonial to our hospitality!

Bush Babies

Lesser Bushbaby - Photo Credit : Johan Muller
Lesser Bushbaby – Photo Credit : Johan Muller

According to some accounts, the name bush baby comes from either from the animals’ cries, or their appearance. The South African Afrikaans name “nagapie” (little night monkey), comes from the fact that they are almost exclusively seen at night. Bush babies are agile leapers and run swiftly along branches. At night you can sometimes hear their clicking noises.

They have large eyes that give them good night vision, strong hind limbs, acute hearing, and long tails that help them balance. Their diet is a mixture of insects and other small animals, fruit, and tree gums.

Bush babies are very inquisitive and have been seen to eavesdrop on private conversations on the patio. It seems strange to see these little mammals in a garden in the middle of the bustling city of Pretoria, but a sighting never ceases to thrill the audience.  Bush babies poses no threat to humans as they are not invasive and not destructive.