About A Barn Lodge
A Barn Lodge is situated in a safe environment with a great atmosphere. The lodge has three luxury en-suite units available, and is situated only 3 km outside of Kimberley, on the eastern outskirts.
The en-suite units each have one bedroom, a comfortable lounge and kitchenette. Each unit has a lounge area with a TV with DStv. The kitchenettes are well equipped for self-catering and features a bar fridge, a microwave, a kettle and a frying pan. Both the lounge and bedroom have views of the garden. The units all have private verandah with braai facilities and there is safe parking.
Each unit is individually decorated and comfortable with all the necessary luxuries like water-cooling system for the summer and heaters and electric blankets for the winter, which can be extreme in Kimberley.
A Barn Lodge is suited for overnight or long term stays. Dinner is available and can be arranged with management on request. Assistance with any travel arrangements to and from the airport and to other local destinations, are only a pleasure to help with. There are many popular attractions and excellent restaurants nearby.
The property is within easy reach from either the airport, Bloemfontein, Cape Town or Johannesburg and Upington.
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