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Van Zylsvlei

59 Reviews
Sleeps 31 in 9 rooms

Van Zylsvlei B and B is situated 6 km north of Colesberg on the right-hand side of the N1 highway. It is a small farm with very safe...
Van Zylsvlei B and B is situated 6 km north of Colesberg on the right-hand side of the N1 highway. It is a small farm with very safe overnight accommodation and plenty of open spaces where the kids can enjoy themselves without the concern of parents. The bed and breakfast is located just outside town, where no traffic will spoil the quiet and peaceful atmosphere.

You can enjoy staying in a Thatched Rondawel or Family Room, which all have en-suite bathrooms. We have also six powered caravan stands and lots of space if you would like to overnight in a tent. We serve breakfast as well as dinner in our lovely dining room and our lamb dishes is worth a try. During winter our cozy fireplace is lit in the spacious lounge area. You can have a drink or relax in our popular bar or take a swim after a long drive.

If you are interested in hunting, we are ideally situated for your perfect stay, where you can participate in hunting activities just opposite the road. At Van Zylsvlei you will be greeted with warm and friendly Karoo hospitality and will enjoy a peaceful and quiet overnight stay. Your friendly hosts Deon and Annalie Döhne look forward to welcoming you. Breakfast is now R60.

Please note that the rates are subject to change when you request a booking for children under the age of 13, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
from R660

The Lighthouse Guesthouse

29 Reviews
Sleeps 23 in 6 rooms

Looking for something special in luxury, reasonably priced overnight accommodation. Rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated with...
Looking for something special in luxury, reasonably priced overnight accommodation. Rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated with antiques. Eight air-conditioned units, centrally situated with five restaurants nearby. Secure parking provided. 11 en-suite units ideal for the family or business traveller.

Approved as Superior by the AA. Ideally situated on the N1 route, halfway between all major centres: Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Durban. Breathe fresh Karoo air and enjoy the unique old-time atmosphere of Colesberg. Recline in our comfortable sitting room or tranquil garden in a friendly home from home atmosphere.
from R500

Quaggasfontein Private Game Reserve

43 Reviews
Sleeps 36 in 14 rooms

Quaggasfontein Private Nature Reserve is a private game reserve where wildlife and their...
Quaggasfontein Private Nature Reserve is a private game reserve where wildlife and their environment are as important to us as our guests. We are proud of the tame nature of the wild animals and strive enthusiastically to maintain this state of affairs in order that game may be viewed and photographed in their natural habitat at close range. The landscape consists mainly of vast open plains spread with numerous hillocks, hills and plateaus with magnificent stone outcrops.

Guest accommodation comprises double bedroom suites, each with a private bathroom with a bath or a shower. A guest suite with an adjoining room are situated adjacent to the Manor House, making it an ideal family room. Between the Manor House and the Cottage, is a separate suite, adjacent to the swimming pool and the pool bar and games room.

Quaggasfontein is currently home to two of the Big 5 game types that exist wild in Africa, namely the White rhino and the buffalo. Other species to be found include springbok, Red hartebeest, Blue wildebeest, Black wildebeest, eland, letchwe, Mountain zebra and impala. There are also sable, warthog, Mountain reedbuck, Common reedbuck, aardwolf, aardvark, caracal, and ostrich.

On-site activities include daily game drives, game walks, tennis, swimming, darts, table tennis, pool table, croquet, visits to the von Plettenberg beacon site, star-gazing, and visits to the Bushman rock etchings.
from R780

Spes Bona Guesthouse

56 Reviews
Sleeps 17 in 5 rooms

Spes Bona has been welcoming weary travellers for the last 14 years. Situated centrally, it has five en-suite units, two lounge areas with...
Spes Bona has been welcoming weary travellers for the last 14 years. Situated centrally, it has five en-suite units, two lounge areas with TVs, four patios with seating in the large garden, two braai areas and secure, undercover parking. Breakfast is optional and can be arranged on arrival. We are also very close to the restaurants in the area.

We are one of the first established guest houses in Colesberg and provide the perfect halfway stop for travels between all the major cities in South Africa.
from R480

Kuilfontein Stable Cottage

40 Reviews
Sleeps 32 in 14 rooms

Perfectly situated stopover, next to the N1 and near Colesberg, for travellers from Gauteng and...
Perfectly situated stopover, next to the N1 and near Colesberg, for travellers from Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal to the Cape, Kuilfontein Stable Cottages offers superior Provencal-style accommodation in a delightful converted stable block. The historic former racehorse stud farm has been in the Southey family since 1875. Leigh and Penny Southey, and their staff, are renowned hosts - and guests who stay here often become friends.

Kuilfontein has been in the Southey family for five generations, and has borne witness to a rich history, from wars, to drought, and floods. The original homestead was built in 1818, and the present family took ownership in 1875. It has been an ostrich and sheep farm, and racehorse stud and today is a mixed farming operation that produces South Africa's world’s famous Karoo lamb. There are still herds of the original spring buck roaming the plains.

The feed room was the original feed and tack room of the stable block. A fusion of country and contemporary cuisine is served on gleaming yellowwood tables by a resident chef using the farm's produce whenever possible. Start your day with a health breakfast of cereals, muffins and scones, farm butter, and homemade jam. And for winter dinners, treat yourself to the farm's specialty of succulent Karoo lamb or venison.
from R992

La Provence

8 Reviews
Sleeps 27 in 8 rooms

La Provence provides very comfortable accommodation in cool quiet bedrooms with crisp white linen and towels.

We offer bed...
La Provence provides very comfortable accommodation in cool quiet bedrooms with crisp white linen and towels.

We offer bed and breakfast accommodation as well as self catering cottages. All rooms are en-suite, have TV's, air-conditioning and tea and coffee facilities.

Situated within walking distance to the restaurants, this is an ideal stop-over to experience the small town atmosphere of Colesberg.
from R550

Nanna Rous' Town House

45 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 6 rooms

Nanna Rous' Town House was built in 1860. It is situated in a quiet street in Colesberg and it is ideally situated as a stopover for...
Nanna Rous' Town House was built in 1860. It is situated in a quiet street in Colesberg and it is ideally situated as a stopover for travellers to and from the Cape. Madi and Kenneth offer unequalled hospitality and look forward to welcoming you to their guest house.

Nanna Rous' Town House provides comfortable affordable accommodation for travellers with secure off-street parking. Accommodation is set in a quaint cottage garden you will immediately sense tranquility and a peaceful ambiance. There is a new lounge area with an open fireplace and a kitchen with a fridge and microwave facilities. A Continental or English breakfast is served every morning from 7:00 am.

We can make arrangements for guests to visit the Colesberg Museum and there are guided walks through town as well as visits to many Boer War sites. All of the restaurants in town are within walking distance for dinner. Bordeaux is a coffee shop and licensed restaurant situated in the main street of Colesberg which offers an experience not to be missed. Guests can savour delicious Karoo cuisine in a tranquil garden atmosphere.
from R610

Hazeldene Rooms

9 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 6 rooms

Hazeldene was one of the first houses built in Colesberg, with a very rich history of the Anglo Boer War. Colesberg is a typical Karoo...
Hazeldene was one of the first houses built in Colesberg, with a very rich history of the Anglo Boer War. Colesberg is a typical Karoo town with almost no traffic.

The six comfortable and spacious en-suite rooms have private entrances and patios.

The rooms are serviced daily, with all linen and towels provided. Besides the magazines in each room, there are folders with interesting information about the history of Colesberg and the Anglo Boer War’s impact on the community.

With the convenience of secure off-street parking and the Bordeaux restaurant and coffee shop, it is the ideal overnight stop for you. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served in the Bordeaux Restaurant with a TV and DStv access.
from R600

Meerkat Manor

7 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 3 rooms

Guests hoping for a relaxing stay with authentic Karoo-style hospitality will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Meerkat Manor in...
Guests hoping for a relaxing stay with authentic Karoo-style hospitality will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Meerkat Manor in Colesberg. It is also a great choice for guests looking for a stopover on their way to Bloemfontein or Kimberley.

The manor has four spacious guest rooms, of which all have comfortable beds and private or en-suite bathrooms. Most rooms have antique furniture and offer amenities such as tea and coffee facilities, basic kitchen facilities as well as TVs.

Guests can spend their days exploring this charming little town by visiting the many restaurants and curio shops on offer. Guests can also choose to stay at the manor and relax in the lovely garden, or enjoy a delicious braai. The welcoming atmosphere and tranquil surroundings will ensure that guests have a pleasant stay.
from R400

Die Kleipot Guesthouse

22 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 11 rooms

Located in the upper part of Colesberg, we are the overnight stop-over for people travelling between Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. We...
Located in the upper part of Colesberg, we are the overnight stop-over for people travelling between Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. We are in the middle of our country and the Gariep dam is 50 km away.

Our guesthouse has 10 rooms most of them family rooms with double and single beds. All the rooms have coffee/tea making facilities and a fridge. The rooms also offer a heater, a fan, DStv and all rooms are en-suite.

We have a playground for children and a swimming pool.
from R400

Onze Rust Guest House and Caravan Park

26 Reviews
Sleeps 64 in 21 rooms

Welcome to Onze Rust Guest House and Caravan Park in Colesberg an oasis in the Karoo halfway to...
Welcome to Onze Rust Guest House and Caravan Park in Colesberg an oasis in the Karoo halfway to everywhere.

Come and enjoy a peaceful, safe, and quiet stay at our establishment. The guest house is situated in the upper town in Colesberg about one km from the N1 turn-off and the caravan park about 900 m from the N1 turn-off.

Enjoy the breathtaking sunset from the western horizon with the famous Coleskop visible from the caravan park and guest house, and a peaceful garden to relax in.

Accommodation comprises two double rooms, three family rooms, and chalets in the new caravan park with shared ablution facilities. We serve breakfast, lunch, and supper, and also offer a licensed bar. Other facilities include indoor and outdoor barbecue facilities, lock-up parking, 24-hour service, and a night guard. We are a pet and wheelchair friendly.
from R200

7 Stockenstroom B&B

44 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

The bustling town of Colesberg is an ideal halfway stop from Gauteng, Cape Town or Kwazulu-Natal. This original restored house is in a...
The bustling town of Colesberg is an ideal halfway stop from Gauteng, Cape Town or Kwazulu-Natal. This original restored house is in a quiet historical part of town, an easy walk to three restaurants and a pub.

There are two stylish bedroomed family suites with their very a private entrance. All rooms have all air-conditioning, a TV, a fan, as well as an electric blanket. We also offer a tea tray for tea and coffee making facilities.

Guests can enjoy hearty breakfasts in the cozy dining room, or relax on the wide verandah overlooking a tranquil garden. There is secure covered parking. We regret no credit cards. Children are welcome, but unfortunately we are not pet friendly.

Portfolio accredited.
from R700

Coniston House

6 Reviews
Sleeps 25 in 7 rooms

Coniston House provides overnight accommodation in an elegant, historic, Cape Georgian homestead situated halfway between Cape Town and...
Coniston House provides overnight accommodation in an elegant, historic, Cape Georgian homestead situated halfway between Cape Town and Johannesburg. The house was built in 1835 by Thomas Plewman - an 1820 settler - and has remained in the family to this day. It is one of the very few genuine Cape Georgian double-storey houses in the country. Furnished with antiques and family heirlooms, the establishment exudes a charm not commonly found elsewhere.

The rooms available include four comfortable Family Suites; two are located in the main house and the other two are in the coach house. Each Family Suite is furnished and includes twin and double beds serviced by an en-suite bathroom. There are also two Garden Cottages available for couples. They feature double beds and en-suite bathrooms.

English breakfasts are served in front of a blazing wood fireplace during winter; the perfect addition for a cosy stay. Guests can rest in peace knowing that their vehicles are safely secure within the gated premises.

The town of Colesburg is a quiet one and proudly boats an interesting history in a quaint Karoo setting. Guests can enjoy nature walks, visits of the ostrich farms and museum tours.
from R700
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    Colesberg South Africa

    Colesberg Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
    Colesberg is situated in the beautiful, haunting and majestic Karoo. This sheep-farming area stretches over half-a-million hectares and produces many of South Africa's top merinos. Many stud farms can also be found here and racehorse breeding is a popular activity.

    The town is named after 'Coleskop', one of the many koppies (hills) in the area. What makes 'Coleskop', called 'Towerberg' or 'magic mountain' by early travellers, so special is the curious illusion it creates as you travel closer to it - it never seems to near.
    Colesberg is situated in the beautiful, haunting and majestic Karoo. This sheep-farming area stretches over half-a-million hectares and produces many of South Africa's top merinos. Many stud farms can also be found here and racehorse breeding is a ... Read more
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