The unique design features twelve north-facing luxury suites and one bachelor apartment.
The lodge is fully accessible to our disabled guests and one suite has been specifically designed to cater for their special needs.
Bishops Lodge offers it’s guest a home away from home with it’s delightfully shaded courtyard complete with sparkling pool, barbecue and comfortable garden furniture.
Ample and safe off street parking is available.
Continental breakfasts are delivered on request.
The lodge is situated close to the city centre, restaurants, hospitals, airport and all of Kimberley's world famous “must see” attractions.
This superb self catering lodge and it’s trained staff are committed to meeting the high standards set by our business travelers, holiday-makers and disabled visitors.
The combination of innovative design and competent and friendly staff makes this accommodation “a cut above the rest”.
Facilities & Services:
- Fax & Photocopy Machine
- Parking (off-street - covered)
- Communal Television
- Swimming Pool
- Communal Satellite TV
A full suite comprises a bedroom with double bed and full en-suite bathroom and a comfortable sitting room with fully fitted open-plan kitchenette, a second bedroom with twin beds and en-suite bathroom with shower cubicle.
Guests thus have the choice of either:
a three roomed full suite apartment,
a two roomed half suite with double bed and sleeper couch or
a twin bedded room with en-suite bathroom with shower.
In addition, the suite has three remote controlled split unit air conditioners and two television sets with DSTV providing Super Sport and Movie Magic channels.
Each suite is decorated in pastel shades with matching curtains and comforters and purpose made oak furniture.
High quality beds and bed linen is a norm at the lodge.
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Bishops Lodge Guest Reviews
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 2
Accommodation was very good, clear and enjoyable, but expensive.
Rating: Reviewed by Ron Lawson over a year ago
A well managed place with friendly people.
Rating: Reviewed by Leon Koekemoer over a year ago