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Langberg Guest Farm
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From R390 pps

Old-world charm is a phrase that describes Langberg very accurately. The farm has a rich history dating back to 1870 and we strive to stay in close contact with these roots. Our comfortable and luxuri... Read More

Hadida Guest House

From R650* unit

Hadida Guest House offers comfortable and private accommodation in fully equipped single/double and family units, in Kimberley, South Africa. We are conveniently situated in a quiet street, less than ... Read More

1 Person is currently making an enquiry at this establishment.
Jungnickel Guesthouse

From R990* unit

Jungnickel guesthouse is a turn of the century Victorian House restored to perfection with 7 luxurious en-suite bedrooms. Our rooms have private entrances, coffee making facilities, DSTV and air cons.... Read More

The Nook B&B

From R375 pps

The Nook B&B offers the very best in B&B accommodation in a relaxing tranquil garden environment at reasonable rates. Within walking distance to the City Center, Virgin Active Gym, eating houses and t... Read More

Mein Heim Estate

From R750* unit

Beautiful equestrian estate and guest farm only 12km from Kimberley in the Northern Cape. Relax in well equipped rooms in peaceful and quiet surroundings. We have 4 units, that are all self-catering. ... Read More

Bishops Lodge

From R890* unit

The unique design features twelve north-facing luxury suites and one bachelor apartment. A full suite comprises a bedroom with double bed and full en-suite bathroom and a comfortable sitting room w... Read More

Five Acres Guest House

From R480 pps

Set in large, tranquil gardens, surrounded by huge trees, Five Acres offers comfortable, affordable, luxury accommodation with secure parking. All rooms are out in the garden with separate entrance... Read More

Mc Kala Guest House

From R340 pps

McKala is a luxury and tranquil guest house situated in the place known as the Diamond City of the Northern Cape Province, Kimberley, very well situated with nearby access to malls, hospitals, airport... Read More

1 Person is currently making an enquiry at this establishment.
Belgravia B&B

From R400 pps

The Victorian style home (built in 1902) with wooden floors and verandah is set in a leafy garden that exudes a sense of peaceful tranquility and repose. The guesthouse is situated in the heart of Bel... Read More

Kgosi Lodge

From R700* unit

Kgosi Lodge offers affordable, comfortable accommodation for all travellers including but not limited to business persons; tourists; travelers on their way to the riches of the Kalahari and Namaqua fl... Read More

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Kimberley Reviews

Kimberley is a beautiful Northern Cape attraction. The City offers a lot to their Visitors in terms of education and entertainment. This is a tidy and neat City and good advertisement for the Northern Cape.
- Sarina De Koker

It was my first time in Kimberley and I found it to be peaceful, friendly and no rush. The places of interest are accessible but roadsigns not informative enough
- Connie Rankapole

Kimberley is a city with a great historical attraction
- Koos Barkhuizen

Kimberley was great and loved that we could stay out of the city in such a lovely place. Big Hole was amazing.
- Jo Goddard

My last visit to Kimberly was 1989. The "Big Hole" viewing has improved no end with the new Diamond Big Hole museum and the old street which is also lit at night giving a very authentic feel to that era of time. I suggest a two day stay will cover the prominent sights including the McGregor museum and the Magersfontein Battle fields.
- Heather Darby

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