About Colesberg Lodge
Not only does Colesberg boast a quiet beauty, but also links all the national roads to the major cities of our beautiful country. Perfectly nestled within the heart of central South Africa, the Colesberg Lodge is strategically positioned for a fun holiday.
If you find yourself travelling through the Karoo on a sweltering summer’s day, our pool deck will provide you with the perfect haven in which to cool down and freshen up as well as the bar for some much needed refreshments. Our accommodation options range from luxury suites to the budget friendly rooms. Come unwind in the comfort of our sumptuous lounge and in winter relax in front of the country-style fireplace. You will always be assured of peace of mind during your stay, as we provide secure undercover parking for all our visitors.
Even the biggest appetite will be satisfied at our quaint in-house restaurant, boasting great Karoo cuisine. Our restaurant bar, situated on the ground floor, is also ideal for those not quite ready for shut-eye. Guests are more than welcome to come and relax in the laid-back atmosphere or simply join us for a quick nightcap.
Visit the Colesberg Museum in Murray Street Square, where you’ll see treasures such as the piece of glass upon which the first diamond found in Hopetown was cut in 1868. It was this very stone that began the Diamond Rush to Southern Africa. The area boasts many historical buildings and Anglo Boer War battle fields. One can enjoy boat and barge cruises on the majestic Orange River.
Thanks to the Doornkloof Nature Reserve, one can commune with nature by enjoying the many walking and hiking trails. The Toverberg Game Farm houses small game, such as springbok and steenbok. Colesberg is surrounded by many Merino sheep farms, offering a fascinating insight into the day-to-day activities involved in successful sheep farming. Race horse breeding is also prolific in this region.
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