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At Judy’s Guest House in Rhodesdene (Kimberley, Northern Cape) offers accommodation in 10 cosy and luxurious bedrooms that are all fully equipped.

Kimberley offers many things to see and do in the area including visiting the Big Hole, the McGregor Museum, the Duggan-Cronin Gallery, the Oppenheimer Gardens, Magersfontein Battlefield Museum, Kamfersdam which is a bird lovers paradise, Wildebeest Kuil’s rock art can be observed at the visitors centre, Nooitgedacht glacial pavings offers guests a chance to view the marks that shifting ice left on the rocks as well as Khoi San rock art.

This property offers accommodation in 10 bedrooms that all come fully equipped with en-suite or private bathrooms, three kitchenettes area available for use by guests, twin or double size beds, TV, sitting area (in most rooms), microwave and fridge. At Judy’s Guest House offers breakfast served every morning and included in the room rates.

At Judy’s Guest House also offers secure parking, braai facilities, swimming pool and dining room. This property is ideally located close to the Big Hole and many restaurants, bars, shopping centres and businesses in the surrounding area. This is the ideal place to stopover for business and leisure travellers alike.
Please inquire with establishment about cancellation penalties.

2016 RATES:
Single: R630.00 pp bed only
Single: R690.00 pp B&B
Double: R745.00 pp sharing bed only
Double: R860.00 pp sharing B&B

Establishment Code



Swimming Pool, Town / City Outskirts


Price : 630.00 ZAR - 860.00 ZAR per person

AATravel Code





  • Afrikaans
  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • Breakfast Only
  • Catering By Arrangement
  • English
  • Secure Parking
  • Swimming Pool
  • Telephone


4x4 Trail, Abseiling, Eco & Nature, Guided Tours, Hiking, Horse Riding, Mountain Biking, Rock Art, Safaris, Swimming Pool

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