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Kimberley Accommodation

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Langberg Guest Farm & Game Lodge

31 Reviews
Sleeps 32 in 10 rooms

Langberg is a truly unique Karoo Game Farm only 20 minute drive from the Kimberley CBD. Enjoy...
Langberg is a truly unique Karoo Game Farm only 20 minute drive from the Kimberley CBD. Enjoy birding, game viewing, hiking or cycling in a safe, natural environment. Relax in the farm-style swimming pool or enjoy drink on the patio. Perfectly suited for the whole family. Ideal venue for a fairytale wedding or a conference outside the hustle and bustle of the city.
from R700

44 Memorial Manor

4 Reviews
Sleeps 21 in 8 rooms

44 Memorial Manor is an old Victorian house, located within walking distance from all the shopping centres and hospitals as well as GWK...
44 Memorial Manor is an old Victorian house, located within walking distance from all the shopping centres and hospitals as well as GWK Station.

This old Victorian house has seven en-suite bedrooms. All have satellite TV and air-conditioners, and fridge tea and coffee facilities electric blankets for winter and nice crisp percale linen each decorated to relate to the good old days and nowadays to refresh some memories. A full English breakfast is served daily and a delicious dinners are cooked on request.

Off street, secure, under covered parking is available. It is located just off the N12, near the Honored Dead Memorial Circle.
from R540

A Barn Lodge

8 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 3 rooms

A Barn Lodge is situated in a safe environment with a great atmosphere. The lodge has three luxury en-suite units available, and is...
A Barn Lodge is situated in a safe environment with a great atmosphere. The lodge has three luxury en-suite units available, and is situated only 3 km outside of Kimberley, on the eastern outskirts.

The en-suite units each have one bedroom, a comfortable lounge and kitchenette. Each unit has a lounge area with a TV with DStv. The kitchenettes are well equipped for self-catering and features a bar fridge, a microwave, a kettle and a frying pan. Both the lounge and bedroom have views of the garden. The units all have private verandah with braai facilities and there is safe parking.

Each unit is individually decorated and comfortable with all the necessary luxuries like water-cooling system for the summer and heaters and electric blankets for the winter, which can be extreme in Kimberley.

A Barn Lodge is suited for overnight or long term stays. Dinner is available and can be arranged with management on request. Assistance with any travel arrangements to and from the airport and to other local destinations, are only a pleasure to help with. There are many popular attractions and excellent restaurants nearby.

The property is within easy reach from either the airport, Bloemfontein, Cape Town or Johannesburg and Upington.
from R400
Swanlake Luxury Accommodation is situated almost 40 kilometers from Kimberley and offers luxurious...
Swanlake Luxury Accommodation is situated almost 40 kilometers from Kimberley and offers luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation in a peaceful setting. The accommodation is provided in modern rooms, all well equipped to sleep single business travellers, couples or small families of three.

The spacious rooms are completely private and include en-suite bathrooms, tea and coffee-making facilities, a bar fridge, electric blankets on the beds and ample built in cupboard space. Breakfast is included in the rate and dinner is available on request.

The guest house has a private swimming pool and braai facilities available to guests. There is also a small gym with a spinning bike available to guests.

Situated on a pristine golf estate, allows guest the use of all the facilities on the estate. The restaurant on the estate serves a-la-carte dinning.
from R1300

Oleander Guest House

6 Reviews
Sleeps 23 in 10 rooms

Oleander Guest House is a five star guest house situated in the historical Carrington Street, a comfortable eight-minute drive from the...
Oleander Guest House is a five star guest house situated in the historical Carrington Street, a comfortable eight-minute drive from the Kimberley Airport. We won the Lilizela award for the best 5 star guesthouse in the Northern Cape and we were voted in the top 4 nationally.

We are centrally located in relation to the city center and business district, the Medi Clinic Hospital, the Diamond Pavilion and Northern Cape shopping malls, as well as some popular tourist attractions such as the Big Hole, some historical battlefields and memorable tourist walks.

We offer six spacious en-suite bedrooms, that are graciously decorated with antiques, and combined with French colonial-style furnishings.

We would love you to come to experience our warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere, sleep in comfort, luxury and elegance. We also offer delicious home-grown organic cuisine for you to indulge in.
from R910

Mein Heim Estate

14 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 4 rooms

Mein Heim Estate is located 12 km from Kimberley, also known as the Diamond City and the capital of the Northern Cape Province. The area...
Mein Heim Estate is located 12 km from Kimberley, also known as the Diamond City and the capital of the Northern Cape Province. The area offers a wide selection of tourist attractions, not forgetting the world-famous Big Hole. There are a number of museums and art galleries which are rated amongst the best in South Africa. Kimberley also offers a great selection of restaurants, pubs and bars to cater to all needs.

Mein Heim Estate is a beautiful guest farm featuring fully equipped self-catering units and offers many attractions and activities such as Bushman paintings, horseback rides and game-viewing. The tranquility of the Karoo, watching the young horses play in the fields, or taking a stroll to the Bushman Koppie to see the Bushmen engravings, is truly a wonderful experience.
from R600

Hadida Guest House

102 Reviews
Sleeps 61 in 16 rooms

Comfortable and private accommodation in fully equipped single, double and family units. We are conveniently situated in a quiet...
Comfortable and private accommodation in fully equipped single, double and family units. We are conveniently situated in a quiet residential neighborhood, close to the famous Big Hole and other tourist attractions.
Breakfast is self-catering or available on request. Visitors mainly consist of national and international tourists, business travelers and family groups.

Hadida Guest House is also a popular sleepover when traveling between Cape Town and Johannesburg. All our self-contained units are unique and individually decorated to provide a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere where visitors will feel immediately at home. The en-suite bathrooms, self-catering facilities and own outside entrances of each unit provide complete privacy for guests. Units are serviced daily and our friendly personnel are always available for assistance.

Facilities includes tuck shop, television with M-net or DStv in each unit, all units have self-catering facilities with microwave oven, refrigerator, kettle and more, breakfast is available on request and disabled friendly only some units. Children of all ages are welcome in a single/double and family units. Private self-contained units with en-suite bathrooms and own outside entrances.
from R500

The Australian Arms Guest Lodge

14 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 13 rooms

On the premises of one of South Africa's most known icon and tourism attractions - the Big Hole -...
On the premises of one of South Africa's most known icon and tourism attractions - the Big Hole - is the Guest Lodge and Pub. The Lodge consists of several authentic buildings dating back to the late 1800's. Visiting this establishment will take you back to the days of the Diamond Rush known as the era of fame, fashion and wealth. Today boast thirteen exclusive rooms all in the original old diamond houses inside the Big Hole Complex. All the rooms offer air-conditioning, Victorian bathrooms with showers, DSTV and a bar fridge. We have the use of the German Lutheran Church of St. Martini within about 50 meters from our building in the Big Hole complex. This is the oldest existing church in Kimberley, built in 1875. It contains all its original furnishings. The church is hired out for weddings and Christening ceremonies. The church can accommodate up to 100 people. Now you can have your wedding in the Old Town at The Big Hole, have your reception at and let your guests stay on site also at . You never need to leave the premises of The Big Hole as the Old Town is also the perfect setting for exclusive wedding photographs. Now you don’t even need to travel after the reception as you and your bride can sleep over in our special Bridal Suite to make the day even more special. We cater for conferences as well as private and corporate functions. Our wedding package includes the use of the historic chapel of the Big Hole complex. There is 24 hour security on-site, with controlled access for vehicles. You can park your car inside the complex within a few meters of your chosen room. While staying over at the Australian Arms you have the ideal opportunity to visit The Big Hole complex where you can do all of the following: Play Skittles at the Skittle Alley with old wooden balls just as the diggers of old did. Try your luck at the Diamond Dig where you could sort through gravel to find a special diamond token and win great prices. Take a ride on the Kimberley Tram. This restored electric Tram used to transport people between various sections of the town like to Beaconsfield or Alexandersfontein. Now you can relive the thrills of riding through town on an open tram just as the people did a hundred years ago. Visit the Occidental bar where you can have a drink in a typical old time pub. Wander through the Old Town and experience life as it was during the founding days of Kimberley. Visit the new visitor’s centre at The Big Hole where you can see a movie, look at the Big Hole, experience the thrills of an underground scene of a Diamond Mine as well as see the Diamond Display where the world’s largest uncut diamond, the 616, is on display. You could also shop at the various shops in the complex. You could visit Annette’s Gift Shop, drink Coffee at “Coffee at the Hole”, buy a piece of Africa at the Rock Shop, see the genuine leather articles at “Kitwe Leather” or buy a memento at Art Memo’s. In the Old Town you could try out the various wines produced in the area and buy a bottle or two of Barney Barnato’s wines that are exclusively sold at Gowie's Corner. If you feel like a bite, you could buy fast foods at the Diamond Rush Café. This replica of a “caravan” of a hundred years ago serves cool drinks and fast foods.
from R880

The Solomon

3 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 4 rooms

The Solomon is located in Kimberley's historic suburbs, 2 km from the city centre. Beautifully furnished self-catering accommodation with...
The Solomon is located in Kimberley's historic suburbs, 2 km from the city centre. Beautifully furnished self-catering accommodation with quality appointments.

The Solomon comprises a fully equipped self-catering holiday home which sleeps up to six guests, as well as two completely separate self-contained holiday flats which sleep two guests each. Free Wi-Fi up to 250Mb.

Nestled between the historic suburbs of Beaconsfield, Herlear, Klisserville and Belgravia, halfway between Kimberley's historic "Big Hole" and "Du Toitspan" mines, "The Solomon" is a stone's throw from the boundary stone used by Cecil John Rhodes to mount his horse after a refreshing pint at "The Half", and the McGregor Museum which was his home during the Anglo-Boer War.

"The Solomon" is well situated for visitors to the Convention Centre, Big Hole, Diamondveld Battlefields Route, game farms, art gallery, museums, rock art centre, flamingo colony, casino and golf courses. If you don't feel like cooking, Kimberley offers some great local restaurants; Annabells, Lemon Tree, Marios; as well as famous chain outlets; Ocean Basket, John Dory, Spur, McDonalds, Steers and KFC.
from R600

McKala Guest House

Sleeps 9 in 3 rooms

McKala Guest House offers comfortable accommodation situated in Labram, a quiet suburb of Kimberley. It is close to shops, restaurants,...
McKala Guest House offers comfortable accommodation situated in Labram, a quiet suburb of Kimberley. It is close to shops, restaurants, the airport and various attractions.

There are three guest suites available with private entrances, of which one is a self-catering unit. All the suites have en-suite bathrooms, TVs with DStv channels, bar fridges, microwaves, tea and coffee facilities, air-conditioning and Wi-Fi access. Backup power for lights and TV for two hours is provided during loadshedding.

Guests can take a dip in the lovely swimming pool, enjoy the braai facilities or just relax on the grassy lawn. Secure parking is provided on the premises.
from R680

Agros Guest House

5 Reviews
Sleeps 15 in 7 rooms

Agros Guest House is situated in capital of the Northern Cape, Kimberley which is well-known for its diamond mining.

We have...
Agros Guest House is situated in capital of the Northern Cape, Kimberley which is well-known for its diamond mining.

We have six rooms; one of the rooms has twin beds; one room has a double and twin beds; and four of our rooms have double beds. All rooms have TVs with DStv, air-conditioning and en-suite bathrooms. There is a private lounge and dining room and we have a lovely garden with a sparkling swimming pool.

In Kimberley guests can visit the museums, monuments and the historical city centre.

from R690

Road Lodge Kimberley

1 Review
Sleeps 226 in 90 rooms

This Kimberley hotel has 90 rooms and is adjacent to the Flamingo Casino and Entertainment Centre, which includes a 200 seater conference...
This Kimberley hotel has 90 rooms and is adjacent to the Flamingo Casino and Entertainment Centre, which includes a 200 seater conference centre. We are ideally located for travellers doing business or holidaymaking in the capital of the Northern Cape province.

Boasting a gracious Victorian facade, the hotel blends in with its bygone day surroundings and is just minutes away from everything that Kimberley has to offer.
from R445

Diggies

Sleeps 48 in 20 rooms

Guests hoping for an enjoyable stay while in Kimberley will not be disappointed when choosing to stop over at Diggies. It offers...
Guests hoping for an enjoyable stay while in Kimberley will not be disappointed when choosing to stop over at Diggies. It offers comfortable accommodation to couples or groups visiting this gem of the Northern Cape.

The lodge has 20 well-appointed guest rooms, of which all have en-suite bathrooms. All of the rooms have three-quarter or king-size beds and some rooms have sleeper couches. Amenities in each room include a TV with DStv access, a ceiling fan and Wi-Fi Internet access.

Guests staying at this thatched-roof lodge will be entitled to one meal voucher which can be used at the on-site restaurant. Here, guests can enjoy delicious dishes and refreshing drinks from the bar.
from R700

Protea Hotel Kimberley

4 Reviews
Sleeps 304 in 117 rooms

Welcome to the brand new Protea Hotel Kimberley, a luxury 4 Star hotel built on the edge of the famous Kimberley Big Hole. The centrally...
Welcome to the brand new Protea Hotel Kimberley, a luxury 4 Star hotel built on the edge of the famous Kimberley Big Hole. The centrally situated hotel forms the ideal base from which to enjoy and explore all that historical Kimberley has to offer including museums, war routes and most importantly, the new upgraded Kimberley Big Hole and Mining Village.

The 4 Star Protea Hotel Kimberley, with its 122 elegant rooms, offers a restaurant and bar as well as conference facilities seating up to 80 delegates. Guests can enjoy complimentary parking and 100 MB Wi-Fi.

Relax and unwind after a fun filled sight-seeing day with a cocktail on the viewing deck overlooking the Big Hole, or cool off in our rather unique swimming pool. The hotel offers secure and modern accommodation in a relaxed atmosphere with friendly and professional staff to look after your every need.

Bishops Lodge

14 Reviews
Sleeps 54 in 27 rooms

The unique design features 25 north-facing luxury rooms. A full suite comprises a bedroom with double bed and full en-suite bathroom and a...
The unique design features 25 north-facing luxury rooms. A full suite comprises a bedroom with double bed and full en-suite bathroom and a comfortable sitting room with fully fitted open-plan kitchenette, a second bedroom with twin beds and en-suite bathroom with shower cubicle. In addition, the suite has three remote controlled split unit air conditioners and two television sets with DSTV providing Super Sport and Movie Magic channels. Guests thus have the choice of either • a two bedroomed full suite, • a one bedroomed half suite with double bed, lounge and kitchen • a twin bedded room with en-suite bathroom with shower. Each suite is decorated in pastel shades with matching curtains and comforters and purpose made oak furniture. High quality beds and bed linen is a norm at the lodge. The lodge is fully accessible to our disabled guests and one suite has been specifically designed to cater for their special needs. Bishops Lodge offers it’s guest a home away from home with its delightfully shaded courtyard complete with sparkling pool, barbecue and comfortable garden furniture. Ample and safe off street parking is available. The lodge is situated close to the city centre, restaurants, hospitals, airport and all of Kimberley's world famous “must see” attractions. This superb self catering lodge and its trained staff are committed to meeting the high standards expected by our business travellers, holiday-makers and disabled visitors. The combination of innovative design and competent and friendly staff makes this accommodation “a cut above the rest”.
from R615

Milner Street

3 Reviews
Sleeps 31 in 11 rooms

Milner Street is part of the historical ambiance of Kimberley. Choose one of two fully equipped garden cottages, namely Lavendar and Lace...
Milner Street is part of the historical ambiance of Kimberley. Choose one of two fully equipped garden cottages, namely Lavendar and Lace or Leopards and Lilies, and an en-suite bedroom located in the main house called Robinsin and Roses, where you can enjoy outstanding hospitality and service.

Tours to the Big Hole and attractions such as ghost tours can be organized with a tour guide. We are also able to arrange transfers from the Big Hole, airport or bus stop. There is plenty to do in this area, and you will need to stay for more than three days to experience it all. Horse riding, watching the loins eating breakfast early in the morning and visiting the flamingos should be seen by each tourist; we can arrange this all for our guests.
from R960

Savoy Hotel

3 Reviews
Sleeps 103 in 45 rooms

Savoy Hotel is one of Kimberley's oldest and most enchanting hotels. the hotel opened for the first time on 1 September 1897. It has lived...
Savoy Hotel is one of Kimberley's oldest and most enchanting hotels. the hotel opened for the first time on 1 September 1897. It has lived through the diamond heydays, was re-built in 1901, and soon proved to be the best hotel in the city, as is still the case today.

In 1921 the Savoy Hotel was again upgraded, and as reported in the Diamond Fields Advertiser on Friday, 6 May 1921, So vast are the improvements made that one is at a loss adequately to describe them.

At the Savoy Hotel you will have a pampered stay with excellent cuisine and quality rooms. Kimberley is the provincial headquarters for the Northern Cape and is situated in the centre of South Africa. It is well-known worldwide for its diamond history, which the Big Hole illustrates. The hotel offers 45 Standard Rooms with en-suite bathrooms.
from R650

Komrus

5 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Komrus offers charming accommodation in a friendly atmosphere, situated in Kimberley. It is close to various shops, restaurants and...
Komrus offers charming accommodation in a friendly atmosphere, situated in Kimberley. It is close to various shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities.

There are three guest rooms available; equipped with en-suite bathrooms, tea and coffee facilities, Wi-Fi access, TVs with selected DStv channels, air-conditioning and hair dryers.

Breakfast is served in the lovely dining area, and dinner can be arranged on request. There are braai facilities outside and secure parking space.
from R690

Cecil John Rhodes Guest House

3 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Experience the wealth and luxury of yesteryear at this historical property built in 1895. Our eight...
Experience the wealth and luxury of yesteryear at this historical property built in 1895. Our eight elegantly decorated rooms can accommodate up to 18 guests, and are all en-suite with either a bath or shower. We are centrally situated and within walking distance from most of Kimberley’s historical homes and monuments as well as the city’s business centre, shopping malls, art galleries, theatre, private hospitals, Karen Muir swimming pool, and restaurants.

We also offer a tea garden which specialists in picnics. Elri and Lyndon de Meillon are the owners. Our friendly and efficient staff will cater to your every need. Come relax in our shady garden under the beloved mulberry tree and enjoy the sparkle of Kimberley.
from R850

Guesthouse 4 Carrington

42 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 7 rooms

Guesthouse 4 Carrington is situated in the historic memorial area of Kimberley. In 2008, this residence was converted into a grand dame and...
Guesthouse 4 Carrington is situated in the historic memorial area of Kimberley. In 2008, this residence was converted into a grand dame and it was built in 1902.

With seven spacious en-suite rooms, it is the heart of Northern Cape luxury. All the rooms are individually decorated with DStv, air-conditioning, bar fridges, underfloor heating and secure parking. The beautiful garden and swimming pool will make you feel right at home, and our breakfast will make you come back for more.
from R750

Kimberley South Africa

Kimberley  Accommodation
Kimberley's Big Hole
©South African Tourism

The most notable thing about Kimberley is a huge hole in the ground, but it’s not just any hole – it’s what’s left over after the removal of about three tons of diamonds. Measuring over a kilometre deep, with a surface area of 17ha, it’s the world’s largest hand-dug hole – a monument to the lengths (and depths) humans will go in search of wealth. The wild, vibrant and – no doubt – rather sleazy shanty town that arose around the diggings in the 1870s has been transformed, tarted up and reconstructed into a rather cutesy open air museum; complete with a bar, various merchants, homes and clubs.

Mining at the Big Hole, as it is rather prosaically known, ceased in 1914, but there are still a few active mines in the area, and you could do a contemporary mine tour to contrast with the Disneyesque Kimberley Mine Museum.

The saloon at Kimberley Mine Museum
©South African Tourism

An interesting (and admittedly pretty useless) piece of information is that the volcanic rock in which diamonds are found is called Kimberlite.

What’s interesting about Kimberley, historically, is that it’s the place where South Africa’s industrial revolution got under way. It was money from the easily worked Kimberley diamond fields that funded the rather more expensive gold mines of the Witwatersrand (Johannesburg) and so laid the basis of the wealth of modern South Africa. So it’s not surprising that Kimberley is a fascinating cultural destination. A gentle historical walk in the city centre takes in a number of lovely old Victorian houses, a myriad art galleries, statues, monuments and a number of museums.

San rock engravings
©South African Tourism

There are also interesting battle sites dating back to the South African (Anglo-Boer) war and some beautiful rock art sites that exhibit the more unusual form of rock engraving, as opposed to painting.

Kimberley is situated on the N12, which branches off the N1 in the Karoo, offering an alternative route to Johannesburg from Cape Town, and it’s a good place to stop over for a day or two. There is a small airport.

Kimberley's Big Hole
©South African Tourism

The most notable thing about Kimberley is a huge hole in the ground, but it’s not just any hole – it’s what’s left over after the removal of about three tons of diamonds. Measuring over a kilometre...

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