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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.

  • Response Rate: 81%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 2 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 18
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 62 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Satellite TV*
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • Restaurant on Premises
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans


  • 3 Stars - Tourism Grading Council of South Africa
  • AA Highly Recommended
* Please enquire for further details.

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Reviews for Marina's Guest House

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Emma Miles
28 December 2017

Very lovely place for a stop over. The rooms are very clean and comfortable. There is a restaurant just opposite making dining easy. The food at the Klip was lovely. I highly recommend the guest house.

Katharine Meeding
02 December 2017

Great to have found a lovely place that caters for all one’s stopover needs. Will definitely stay here again when we find ourselves on the N1.

Cobus Erasmus
31 October 2017

it was good to stay with them

Christelle Keyser
30 September 2017

The owner did not feel it important to welcome us in person. We were placed at a room next to the restaurant with noises until 2:30 am with other rooms available away from the noise. We waited an hour for our food at the Krip restaurant yet there was only three tables. The blinds at the windows broken as well as the warm water tap in the bathroom. I won't recommed it.

Peter Cooper
20 March 2017

All fine and well looked after

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Marina's Guest House is 0.3km from the centre of Richmond - Northern Cape , the nearest airport 304.1km (Kimberley Airport).
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