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Game drive and scenery!
I enjoyed my meal at Bordeaux Restaurant.
Very friendly place.
Friendly staff at all the places you visit
All roads lead through Colesberg - Colesberg is rich on history of the War between the Britsh and the Boors. Old houses like Coniston Guesthouse, build in 1835, use to be the Hospital during that time and during your stay, please ask around or contact me on 0713.537.537 - the Info Centre [ great restaurants and shops]
Quaint little town.
Halfway stop between JHB and Cape Town, good restaurants, quiet and save town with SAP patrol all night long. safe undercover parking at the Garage motor Inn accommodation - 0713.537.537. Lots of History about the English and Boer War.
It is a quaint town with all the basics.
More info about Colesberg
Breathe in the fresh Karoo air and soak up the amazing old world charm of Colesberg, Northern Cape. The beautiful sheep-farming and racehorse breeding town is surrounded by hills of which the towering Coleskop can be seen from a distance as far as 40 kilometres. Conveniently located on the N1 route between Cape Town and Johannesburg Colesberg is a popular stop-over.
Colesberg offers a bounty of accommodation options each with its own character and complemented by unbelievable hospitality so typical of the Karoo country people. Within the town area are quaint little town houses depicting the fine Karoo architecture of yesteryear and have been given national monument status. Stunning guest houses / rooms, chalets, self-catering cottages, hotels and bed and breakfasts are just some of the lodgings you can expect when visiting Colesberg. Other accommodation includes a caravan park, several guest / game farms and hunting lodges in the area. The town is saturated in fast food outlets... Show more
About Guest Houses
For a more down to earth experience there are guest houses. Less expensive than hotels, they offer a more homey environment, as well as more privacy. Converted from a private house it’s a much gentler environment and for those with furry friends, there are also pet friendly options. They are usually well situated with shops and places of interest nearby. Being so small it offers a much more personal and intimate attention to it’s upkeep, leaving you with a more polished and homely experience.