Experience the wealth and luxury of yesteryear at this historical property built in 1895. Our eight elegantly decorated rooms can accommodate 18 persons and are all en-suite with either bath or shower.
We are centrally situated and within walking distance from most of Kimberley’s historical homes and monuments as well as the city’s business centre, shopping malls, art galleries, theatre, private hospitals, Karen Muir swimming pool and restaurants.
We offer a tea garden, which is open 7 days a week with scrumptious home-made delights. Tours of Kimberley, De Beers mine and the battlefields can be arranged with a specialist tour guide.
Elri and Lyndon de Meillon are the owners. Our friendly and efficient staff will cater to your every need. Come sit in our shady garden under our beloved mulberry tree and enjoy the sparkle of Kimberley.
Facilities & Services:
- Children under 12 years
- Honeymoon Couples
- Airport Shuttle Service
- Laundry Service
- Ironing Service
- Special Meals on Request
- Conference facilities
- Dining room
- Bar on the Premises
- Cots available
- Fax & Photocopy Machine
- Parking (off-street - open)
Cecil John Rhodes Guest House Guest Reviews
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 4
Comfortable accommodation in a convenient location for access to city centre and sights such as the 'Big Hole'. Not owner operated at time of stay and run by staff, Anna was especially friendly & helpful. Mario's restaurant across the road is very good.
Rating: Reviewed by Dominic Wright over a year ago
We felt very welcome. Extremely comfortable rooms with aircon & en-suite bathrooms. Lovely setting. Great host. Lovely & peaceful garden. Close to shops, Spur, Big Hole, etc. Highly recommended.
Rating: Reviewed by Riana Lobar over a year ago
My stay at CJRGH was most enjoyable. It’s a nice clean establishment and the staff is very helpful, 5 star for them. The price is reasonable. What are lacking though are cool drinks or something to drink during the day (it don't need to be free) and Internet access. In today’s world we need information and I really missed the Internet to provide me with “things to do” during my stay in Kimberley.
Rating: Reviewed by J.A. de Kock over a year ago
A lot of thanks to our host who explained us so many thinks about Kimberley and South Africa.
Rating: Reviewed by Anne Canel over a year ago