Colesberg is an ideal stop-over between Cape Town and Johannesburg. It is located within the Karoo amidst beautiful little hills (koppies). The most famous of these was called Towerberg which means Magic Mountain.
Temperatures are moderate in Coleberg ranging from 10 – 35 degress celsuis in Summer and 4 – 30 degrees Celsius in Winter.
Colesberg offers may attractions including several national monuments.
It is a local Northern Cape Karoo town that was first inhabited by the ancient stone-age hunter-gatherers.
A visit to Colesberg is worth your while to add to your experience of the local culture and Karoo feel.
Your local Colesberg Accommodation and Karoo Accommodation is sure to enable an enjoyable experience to partake fully in the local tradition and culture.
A particular Coleberg accommodation establishment that I have substantial knowledge about will ensure your stay a memorable one. They have a selection of beautifully restored Karoo townhouses in the quiet and historic part of Colesberg. The town still a traveler’s oasis on the main routes to the interior and the coast. Here the N1 and the N9 meet and Colesberg is the southern gateway to the Lake! Xariep Tourist Route (R58) which covers Gariepdam, Norvalspont, Venterstad, Oviston and Bethulie.
These beautifully restored Karoo accommodation houses are situated in the historic part of Colesberg, right next to the Dutch Reformed Church. The guest houses offer 2 or 3 bedrooms, some with en suite bathroom facilities. Each house has its own lounge and a television. The kitchen has a fridge and tea or coffee-making facilities. Many of these also offer self-catering facilities.
The reception is in Charl Cilliers Street is where you will treated to something scrumptious. Safe parking is available in lockup garages next to the houses. There are also excellent restaurants, shops and a supermarket are all within a short walking distance.
The rates are very affordable and a scrumptious breakfast awaits you.