About Carrington Court Town House
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. The town house is situated in the historical Milner Street and Carrington Road, within walking distance from the Virgin Active, Belgrave Walk, and close to all shopping centres and major attractions.
Features include a lounge and a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge and microwave facilities. A continental or English breakfast is served every morning and each en-suite room is equipped with air-conditioning, ceiling fans, a telephone and M-Net.
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