About Marina's Guest House
A Karoo Manor-Marinas is situated next to the N1, approximately halfway between Cape Town and Johannesburg, in the Karoo town of Richmond. This old world charm destination is ideal accommodation for families and groups of friends travelling through or that wants to break away for the hustle and bustle of big towns and cities.Our secure premises which is surrounded by walls and fence offers secure parking for your vehicle, and a peaceful garden that you can get lost in.We offer braai-facilities in a courtyard. We have two units including the Family room which has a variety of double bed and or single beds, and can accommodate 6 persons. We also have a three double rooms, with either a double bed or two single beds. All our units have DStv and air conditioning and an en-suite bathroom.We have a very unique, licenced restaurant on the premises called Die Krip Restaurant where all meals are available at an additional cost.
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Things to do in and around Richmond - Northern Cape
(0.4 km from Richmond - Northern Cape)
A few years ago the little dorp of Richmond was established as the first Book Town in the country and on the continent. Today there are a dozen bookshops in the village. The bookshops specialize in Africana with a focus on early travellers,...
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Compassberg is 2502m high. From Ganora it takes about 1 hour todrive to the back from where you can start climbing. If you do not have a 4X4 it takes about 3 hours up and 3 hours down. With a 4X4 you can get further up the mountain to a point...
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The first Dutch Reformed Church was built in 1859, but later replaced by a larger building in 1907. Today, visitors may tour this historical church on arrangement.
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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.