A national heritage site built in 1906, Lion House has old world charm with modern day facilities. Nestled in a beautiful garden and centrally situated, it’s perfect for your smaller training and business meeting needs, offering you personalised service by our warm friendly staff.
• Facilitators table for laptop and training materials
• Data projector stand
• Data projectors (for hire at R500.00 per day)
• Flipchart stand and paper
• Flipchart pens
• Pencils and writing paper
• Filtered water and mints
Airy and bright for optimal learning, this venue can seat 16 delegates comfortably in horseshoe formation.
Numerous plug points are available for laptops
Cosy and compact for those smaller training sessions.
It seats 12 delegates in classroom seating and has a small breakaway room which seats 6 around a boardroom table.
The room has a domed ceiling with a heavenly fresco of cherubs reminiscent of the Renaissance period. Wooden floors, carved columns with intricate inlays and a stunning Art Nouveau fire place make this room a visual delight. This beautiful room can seat 6 delegates around the boardroom table for meetings or 5 delegates for training purposes.
Secure parking is available inside Lion House and on the roadside if necessary with a security guard present.
Catering is provided and delegates can network in our bright cheerful eating area located next to the training venues.
Tea and filter coffee are provided on arrival and at morning and afternoon breaks. Muffins, fruit kebabs and sandwiches are offered during these breaks.
A two course lunch is provided with a main meal, vegetables, salad and dessert. Catering for Halal, Kosher and vegetarian foods is available on request and requires 2 days notice.
R280 per person per full day (venue & catering included), ½ day rates are available on request.
Data projector hire R500 per day.
All prices are exclusive of VAT.
Please enquire at Lion House to make an appointment to view the venue or to make a booking.
Telephone: +27 11 614 0872
If you are coming from the airport: Take the R24 to JHB. Go straight through the Gillooly’s interchange and follow the R24 JHB. Continue on the R24 passing the Eastgate Shopping Centre on your left, keep in the left hand lane. You will see a large statue of a miner on your left. At the robot turn left into Allum street. Go through the first robot (Cumberland) and Turn right into Langerman. Go to C.
For those coming along the N3 from the north (Pretoria) or the south (Alberton/Germston), take the R24 to JHB at Gillooly’s interchange. Continue on the R24 passing the Eastgate Shopping Centre on your left, keep in the left hand lane. You will see a large statue of a miner on your left. At the robot turn left into Allum street. Go through the first robot (Cumberland) and Turn right into Langerman. Go to C.
Langerman Street is a long street which changes to Milner Road and then to Roberts Ave. Landmarks: You will pass Rhodes Park on your right, Jeppe Girls Sports fields also on your right and the Jeppe Girls school on your left. Further up you will pass Jeppe Boys on your left. You will find Lion House (No. 20) on the crest of the hill. The driveway is directly opposite The New LIFE Kensington Clinic and the Medical Centre.
If you are coming from Johannesburg central: Get into Market Street and travel east (away from JHB central) until Betty Street. Turn right into Betty Street and first left into Commissioner. Commissioner Street eventually becomes Roberts Ave. OR You can get into Marshall Street and travel east (away from JHB central). Turn left into Betty Street. Cross Main and Fox and turn right into Commissioner Street which eventually becomes Roberts Avenue. Lion House driveway is directly opposite the New Kensington Life Clinic and the Medical Centre.