About Jungnickel Guesthouse
Jungnickel Guesthouse is a beautiful Victorian House situated close to central business area, three hospitals, many restaurants and historical sites. We are walking distance from three hospitals, pharmacy, and medical centre, a variety of restaurants and shops.
We offer luxurious en-suite bedrooms, full English breakfast, private entrances, facilities for the disabled, safe parking, coffee making facilities, equipped kitchen available to guests, television and beautiful entertainment area ideal for staff functions. Lovely garden, tea garden on appointment, transport from airport can be organized, and braai facilities
We are situated on the corner of Park and Lyndhurst Roads, Belgravia. We are next to Medi-clinic Hospital, behind the Blood Transfusion Services opposite Karen Muir swimming pool main entrance.
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Things to do in and around Kimberley
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The McGregor Museum houses natural history and cultural history collections including a botanical herbarium, zoology collections, a history archive, ethnography collections, archaeology and rock art collections, physical anthropology, palaeontology...
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