For a refreshing-stop-over when travelling in Northern Cape en route to and from Windhoek, Johannesburg and Cape Town. Make Amaziah Guesthouse
Old world charm in a quiet neigbourhood. Amaziah Guesthouse is situated in Kuruman, 540 km from the Oliver Tambo Airport,
in Johannesburg and 262 km from Upington, along the popular N14 main route to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Augrabies Waterfalls, Namaqua Flower Region and the West Coast.
The origin of the town`s name is uncertain but it is generally accepted as being a variation of the name of an 18th century San-leader, Kudumane.
Known as the Oasis of the Kalahari
, Kuruman is blessed with a permanent and abundant source of water.
It`s water flows from Gasegonyana (the little water calabash) commonly called The Eye
Accommodation at Amaziah Guesthouse:
All rooms are en-suite with a private entrance and have television and air conditioning.
Comfortable Family Suite. All rooms have tea and coffee facilities and a bar fridge to keep drinks cold. All rooms are equipped with a hair dryer and an electric blanket during the winter months. Peaceful garden to relax.
Full English or Continental breakfast.
Well equipped air-conditioned rooms and secure surroundings provide both peace and tranquility to the weary traveler.
Safari Travelodge is situated on a 2.75-hectare "in town" estate in the fast-growing Northern Cape town of Kuruman. The accommodation offered can surely be described as luxury accommodation.
Guest Rating: (2 reviews)
Twenty two en-suite rooms, airconditioned, DSTV, safe parking, friendly owners, well trained staff, a la carte restuarant, fully stocked and licenced bar.
per person sharing