About The Estate Private Hotel
The Estate Private Hotel was opened to the public as a Boutique Hotel on 5 June 1997. Today we offer our guests six luxurious and air-conditioned en suite bedrooms, all equipped with double or king size beds, DStv, tea and coffee facilities, writing desks and a refrigerator.
The only five star presidential suite in Kimberley can be found at The Estate Private Hotel. Our facilities include the fully licensed Butlers a la carte restaurant, beauty salon treatments and guided tours on request as well as pool and barbecue facilities. The Estate forms part of the Kimberley diamond walk and ghost route stop-over. We also offer secure parking, a private library and laundry service.
Wedding Venues: We cater for small weddings, offering both indoor and outdoor venues.
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