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A Barn Lodge

7 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.
from R400

Hadida Guest House

102 Reviews
Sleeps 61 in 16 rooms

Comfortable and private accommodation in fully equipped single, double and family units with en-suite bathrooms and self catering...
Comfortable and private accommodation in fully equipped single, double and family units with en-suite bathrooms and self catering facilities. Breakfast is also available on request. We are conveniently situated in a quiet residential neighborhood, close to the famous Big Hole and other attractions.
from R500

Langberg Guest Farm & Game Lodge

31 Reviews
Sleeps 32 in 10 rooms

Langberg is a truly unique Karoo Game Farm only 20 minute drive outside Kimberley. Perfect for the...
Langberg is a truly unique Karoo Game Farm only 20 minute drive outside Kimberley. Perfect for the family or the individual with activities like game viewing, cycling, birding etc. Experience the magic and hospitality of the Northern Cape at an affordable price.
from R700

The Solomon

3 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 4 rooms

from R600

Bishops Lodge

14 Reviews
Sleeps 54 in 27 rooms

Bishops Lodge offers accommodation suited for both overnight and long-term stays; business traveller and families. There is a pool and...
Bishops Lodge offers accommodation suited for both overnight and long-term stays; business traveller and families. There is a pool and braai area on the premises, and the parking is off-street.
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.
from R960

Mein Heim Estate

14 Reviews
Sleeps 19 in 4 rooms

Self-Catering:We offer pony rides and also have a trampoline for children.
Self-Catering:We offer pony rides and also have a trampoline for children.
from R600

Carters Rest Guesthouse

4 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 5 rooms

Self-Catering:The property has a Tennis court.
Self-Catering:The property has a Tennis court.
from R795

Five Acres Guest House

12 Reviews
Sleeps 24 in 12 rooms

Affordable luxury accommodation, some self-catering, we have 12 rooms all set in the garden, all en-suite. Bed and breakfast rates or...
Affordable luxury accommodation, some self-catering, we have 12 rooms all set in the garden, all en-suite. Bed and breakfast rates or simply room only. Close to Big Hole and other tourist attractions.
from R880

Kossan Private Game Reserve

8 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 4 rooms

Kossan Private Game Reserve is a 1000-hectare reserve located 38 km west of Kimberley in the...
Kossan Private Game Reserve is a 1000-hectare reserve located 38 km west of Kimberley in the Northern Cape. The reserve is strictly self-catering and can accommodate 12 guests in five chalets.
from R700

Carrington Court Town House

1 Review
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Your hosts, Johan and Alet, welcome you to Carrington Court Town House in Kimberley. Carrington...
Your hosts, Johan and Alet, welcome you to Carrington Court Town House in Kimberley. Carrington Court provides comfortable affordable accommodation for travellers set in a quaint garden, where you will immediately sense tranquility and a peaceful ambiance.
from R840

House Yada

Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Self-Catering:Ideal for the business traveller, with internet points in all rooms.
Self-Catering:Ideal for the business traveller, with internet points in all rooms.
from R780

Dankie Pa Guest House

1 Review
Sleeps 22 in 11 rooms

Self-Catering:Graded 4 Stars by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa.
Self-Catering:Graded 4 Stars by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa.
from R600

McKala Guest House

Sleeps 8 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.
from R680

Nightbreeze

7 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Experience the magic of the South African Bush. Nightbreeze is 10 km from Kimberley and 160 km from Bloemfontein, this tranquil spot in...
Experience the magic of the South African Bush. Nightbreeze is 10 km from Kimberley and 160 km from Bloemfontein, this tranquil spot in the bush is close enough to city convenience, but is a true African experience. Relax and listen to the sounds of the birds while looking out for some game. Springbok and Gemsbok often come to the waterhole at sunset.
from R570

Executive Self-Catering

4 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 3 rooms

Situated in the historical Belgravia area in Kimberley, this lovely townhouse offers guests three comfortable bedrooms. The rooms are...
Situated in the historical Belgravia area in Kimberley, this lovely townhouse offers guests three comfortable bedrooms. The rooms are furnished with double or single beds and share two bathrooms. Linen and towels are provided.
from R550

Marrick Safari

4 Reviews
Sleeps 58 in 11 rooms

Self-Catering:Marrick Safari has plenty to offer in terms of excitement, adventure, sporting activities or more relaxing pursuits.
Self-Catering:Marrick Safari has plenty to offer in terms of excitement, adventure, sporting activities or more relaxing pursuits.
from R700

La Casa Mia Guest House

7 Reviews
Sleeps 35 in 16 rooms

Self-Catering:We have conference facilities available, with a white board, data projector, screen and many more. Contact us for a quote.
Self-Catering:We have conference facilities available, with a white board, data projector, screen and many more. Contact us for a quote.
from R600
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    Kimberley South Africa

    Kimberley Self-catering 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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