About Horse and Mill Guest House
All roads lead through Colesberg, as it is located in the centre of South Africa. Enjoy true Karoo hospitality in this charming town where The Horse and Mill is the perfect haven for weary, hungry, and thirsty travellers.
The guest houses is situated in the centre of Colesberg, in a quite one-way street which runs parallel to the main road. It Consist out of Bell Street 1, 2, 3 and 4 . Reception is at 4 Bell Street
There is five Restaurants within walking distance from the Horse and Mill Guesthouse
Just next to the Guesthouse is the English-style Horse and Mill Pub and Restaurant in a beautifully restored coach house, built in 1840. The horse mill was erected on the Sewefontein farm in 1891 and was renovated and installed into the old coach house in 1977
Opposite is the Allards Bisto and Grill, Around the Corner is "In die Kraal" Restaurant and at the top end of the street is Bordeaux Restaurant and The Plattelander opposite the Dutch Reformed Church
All these serve a variety of dishes, specializing in Karoo Lamb Cuisine. There is a menu of each Restaurant in your room to help you with your choice...
We offer fourteen en-suite rooms, each with air con , selected DStv bouquet, bar fridge, heater, electric blankets, and tea and coffee facilities. We are not self catering but do have a microwave as well to make it convenient for the people who preferer takeaways. The guest house offers secure parking, debit and credit card facilities, and some rooms are also pet friendly.
When next your journey takes you through Colesberg, saddle off at the Horse and Mill. We're the perfect stop over between Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Johannesburg, and Durban.
Covid Safety Approved: Rooms used every third night sanitize with alcohol and chlorine products All Linen washed, pillows and duvets in tumble dryer after every use Sanitize and Temperature taken at reception Minimal contact
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling