Cecil John Rhodes Guest House, situated in Kimberley (Northern Cape), offers accommodation in eight bedrooms that all come fully equipped with en-suite bathrooms.
Kimberley offers many things to see and do in the area including visiting the Kimberley Big Hole and Mine Museum, visiting the McGregor Museum, walking the Belgravia Historic Walk, sunset cruises on Davaria and visiting the many restaurants, bars, shopping centres and businesses in the surrounding area.
This highly recommended property offers accommodation in eight bedrooms that all come fully equipped with air conditioning, electric blankest, tea and coffee making facilities, TV (DStv), complimentary toiletries, telephone, en-suite bathroom, queen/double/twin size beds and bath or shower. Some of the rooms offer a queen size or double bed and one single bed, which is ideal for families. The honeymoon room offers a luxury fireplace and all the same amenities as the other rooms.
Cecil John Rhodes Guest House offers reception open from 7:00 to 19:00, transfers, baby cot, conference facilities for small groups, credit card facilities, dining room, Internet access, laundry services, safe at reception, tea garden and secure parking. This 4 star property is ideally located close to many restaurants, bars, shops and businesses in the surrounding area.
Please inquire with establishment about cancellation penalties.
Airport Nearby, CoffeeTea Maker, Town / City Centre
PricePrice : 350.00 ZAR - 450.00 ZAR p/p sharing
- Air conditioning
- BBQ | Braai Facilities
- Breakfast Only
- Catering By Arrangement
- Child Friendly
- Coffee Shop
- Conference Facilities
- Credit Card Facilities
- Fire Place
- MNet / Satellite TV
- Non Smoking Establishment
- Private Garden / Patio
- Secure Parking
- Tea and coffee maker
- WiFi (Internet access)
Bird watching, Eco & Nature, Hiking, Historical Attractions, Of Historic / Literary or Architectural Interest, Outdoor
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The Northern Cape is South Africa’s largest and least densely populated province. With its endless vistas, big skies, small towns and long distances, it can be a bit of a culture shock for the unwary. It’s not a good destination if you’re looking for instant gratification, constant entertainment and neatly packaged experiences. For tourism purposes,