About Hanover Lodge Hotel
Experience the tranquillity and hospitality of the Karoo in this family run hotel. Hanover Lodge Hotel provides comfortable, quiet, en-suite accommodation to rejuvenate body and soul. Enjoy tasty home-style meals and personal attention from management and staff. Refreshing drinks are served in the characterful fully licensed pub or on the shady stoop, an ideal spot to observe Karoo country town life.
Cool off in the swimming pool or laze in the tree-filled hotel garden. In winter, the snug lounge with its supply of interesting books and games makes a relaxing spot to unwind.
The Hanover Lodge Hotel is the only example of an Art Deco styled building in the town where the mostly typical Karoo-style architecture dating from the 1800's makes for an interesting stroll around the town - the Dutch Reformed Church is a particularly beautiful building. The hotel provides off-street parking, child and pet friendly, family, pensioner rates and 24-hour reception. Quoted rates are for bed only.
Optional breakfast and/or a Karoo-style set dinner are served in our dining room on request.
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Housed in an original farmstead, the Hanover Museum exhibits the interesting history of the town. The museum is run on a volunteer basis by the community, and most artefacts have been donated by the townsfolk.
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