About Ebenezer Guest House
Ebenezer Guest House is situated in Colesberg, a popular half-way stop between Johannesburg and Cape Town.
The guesthouse has 12 rooms with en-suite bathrooms, TV with selected DStv, coffee and tea facilities as well as linen. Guests have access to shared kitchen facilities.
Enjoy a refreshing swim in the pool after a long drive. Braai facilities are available and it is close to some good restaurants and across the street from a supermarket. Locked parking is also provided for peace of mind. Ebenezer Guest House is easy to find, as it is close to where the N1 and N9 meet.
Colesberg lies in typical Karoo veld and is surrounded by koppies. The most famous is Coleskop, which can be seen from a distance of over 40km. The town has a nine-hole golf course with challenging Karoo fairways but well-maintained grass greens and good club house facilities.
On offer: we will better all written quotation out of season.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Colesberg
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Over 1000 English and Boer soldiers fought different battles in the Anglo-Boer war in Colesberg. There are quite a few sites in and around Colesberg that provide amazing historical value. The Plato Camp, Grenadier Guard Rock, the Suffolk 'koppie',...
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Great walking tours can be organized by the tourism office. These tours include historical sights and nature trails. Learn of the approximately 40 families comprising the Karoo Nomads, get a grasp of local history, revisit the past in the old...
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The Colesberg-Kemper Museum developed from a collection of curiosities and has grown into a fascinating store house of local history and contemporary information. This user-friendly museum is not a place where artefacts are just measured, catalogued...
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