About The Nook B&B
The Nook B&B is a 3 Star TGCSA and AA accredited establishment and is graded as a semi self-catering bed and breakfast. We offer four luxury bedrooms in the bustling town of Kimberley.
Our rooms are all fitted with self-catering facilities including a microwave, a fridge, a kettle, a toaster and an egg boiler. We also include a health breakfast with your rates comprising cereals, juices, muffins, health bread, yogurt and cool drinks which are set out in the rooms. We also include tea, coffee and rusks which you can enjoy on the patio in front of the rooms.
Outside in the quite garden we also have a splash pool and braai facilities. The property has secure parking for guest vehicles.
The Nook is within 300 m of the Mohawk Spur and North Cape Mall with a range of restaurants for alternative meal options. We can also arrange for dinner to be served in your room at an additional fee if requested.
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