About Horseshoe Inn
Country elegance, lush gardens and friendly, personal service are hallmarks of the Horse Shoe Motel, and each of our rooms was designed with maximum comfort in mind. The Horse Shoe Motel boasts a delightful a’la carte restaurant and a traditional English breakfast second to none. We are also famous for our top-notch lunches and ladies bar.
Guests are welcome to take a dip in our large swimming pool, while enjoying a refreshing beverage or a typical Northern Cape barbecue under the lapa. We ensure our guests a pleasant stay and our rooms feature air-conditioning, en-suite bathrooms with either a bath or a shower, and a TV with M-Net. Laundry and room services can be provided, and safe undercover parking is also available.
Horse Shoe Motel is located within walking distance from the newly built Diamond Pavilion Mall and is 10 minutes from the Kimberley Big Hole. The motel is undoubtedly the most favourite stop for travellers visiting the Diamond City. With over 7,000 successful weddings, conferences and company functions, as well as rooms equipped with wireless Internet connections, there is no comparison to the diversity of this landmark of Kimberley.
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