We spent two nights here at the start of our holiday in the Northern Cape.
The overall ambience of the place is that of a gentleman's club from years ago in a frontier town. There is a billiard room with 2 full size tables, a card room, a ladies bar, the main bar and a restaurant. The place is full of dark wood and old photos. Not only does it look the part, the service was lovely and attentive, with very friendly, helpful staff.
We had Room 1, which was a massive suite and had a balcony looking onto a not very exciting road. (We did not notice any road noise) The bathroom did not hark back 100 years, it was completely up to date, with his'n'hers sinks, roll top bath and good shower. Lovely.
We had two satisfactory evening meals in the restaurant.
If you want to experience a piece of South African history, we can recommend a stay here. Kimberley itself has plenty to see for a few days, with a good museum and art gallery as well as the Big Hole.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking