About Halfway House Hotel
The Halfway House Hotel is situated in Kimberley, the capital of South Africa's Northern Cape Province and the diamond capital of the world. The Hotel was established in 1872, and situated on the Belgravia historic route, offers guests and tourists visiting the Diamond City a combination of style and comfort in a relaxed atmosphere. Whether for business or pleasure, this historic hotel is the perfect place to stay. Our restaurant, Annabell’s, is a pleasant surprise delivering great quality fare with all the trimmings. We strive to make dining out in Kimberley a pleasurable and memorable occasion. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available. Doc's coffee, the onsite coffee shop, offers a choice of exclusive coffee's and teas and served by well trained baristas. The Halfway House Hotel offers elegantly decorated Standard, Deluxe or Luxury rooms, all with en-suite bathrooms equipped with a shower or claw-foot bath. The luxury rooms are grand and distinctively styled, luxuriously decorated with desk and armchairs. Each room also features a TV with DStv. Iron and ironing board is available upon request.
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Things to do in and around Belgravia
(0.3 km from Belgravia)
Opulent lifestyles, famous people, unique architecture, entertaining anecdotes and gossip of years gone by, as well as the ambience of Kimberley's first exclusive residential suburb are what visitors doing the Belgravia Historical Walk will be...
(1.1 km from Belgravia)
Opened in 1952, the William Humphries Art Gallery features many works, predominately from South African artists. Acting as a education and cultural centre, the gallery offers temporary exhibitions, art workshops, classes, workshops for unemployed...
(1.2 km from Belgravia)
The Diggers' Memorial fountain in the Ernest Oppenheimer Gardens was erected in honour of diggers past and present. The gardens are a memorial to the late Sir Ernest Oppenheimer, a mining magnate who was the first mayor of Kimberley.
(2.2 km from Belgravia)
Home to cricket team Griqualand West, De Beers Diamond Oval was formerly the De Beers Country Club and Kimberley Country Club. The 11 000-seater stadium hosted three matches during the 2003 ICC Cricket World Cup.