Kimberley, Diamond Fields - Accommodation
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Jungnickel Guesthouse is a turn of the century Victorian House restored to perfection and is situated close to Kimberley's central business area, hospitals, Karen Muir swimming pool, restaurants and interesting historical sites.
Jungnickel Guesthouse has seven luxurious en suite bedrooms, they have private entrances, coffee making facilities, TV with DSTV and air conditioning.
A full English breakfast is served and they have conference facilities. This accommodation Kimberley offers, also caters for disabled persons, with special wheel-chair ramps providing access to their facilities. Their room options include single, double and family (sleeps 4-5) rooms.
The guest house provides safe parking for all their guests. With impeccable service and wonderful hospitality, this guest house is one of a kind.
There are also another eight rooms that are situated in a beautiful Victorian house at 44 Memorial Road where they joined hands with Wilhelmina's food gallery. Breakfast is served in the coffee shop by chef Wilhelmina and her team.
Seven hundred meters down Park Road at nr 31 we have the Jungnickel annex with five rooms in a quiet suburban house with self-catering facilities. Guests staying at the annex can have breakfast at the main house at 12 Park Road if they do not want to take the self-catering option.
So come stay at Jungnickel Guesthouse and have an experience like no other.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at Jungnickel Guesthouse, Kimberley, Diamond Fields
- American Express
- Animal Friendly
- Children Welcome
- Conference Facilities
- Diners Club
- Disabled Friendly
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
- Wedding Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Non Smoking
Accreditations & Gradings:
Accreditations for Jungnickel Guesthouse, Kimberley, Diamond Fields
- AA Travel Guides
- Tourism Grading Council
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Directions to Jungnickel Guesthouse
Map of Jungnickel Guesthouse in Kimberley, Diamond Fields+ OPEN FULL MAP
GPS Co-Ordinates: 24° 46' 19.7" E / 28° 44' 37.9" S
By Car / Driving
Driving to Jungnickel Guesthouse in Kimberley, Diamond Fields
|Departing: Kimberley Airport|
|Address: Maroela Street, South Africa|
|Distance: 6.4 km / Duration: 10 mins|
|1.||Head northwest on Maroela St toward Oliver Rd/N8
Partial restricted usage road
|2.||Take the 2nd left onto Oliver Rd/N8
Continue to follow N8
Go through 1 roundabout
|3.||Turn right onto Lyndhurst Rd
Destination will be on the left
Kimberley Airport - Kimberley+ OPEN WEBSITE
Kimberley Airport lies in the heart of the Northern Cape province and each year it has 15 500 air-traffic movements and has around 132 000 passengers come through, which mostly are business travellers.
Around six kilometres south of Kimberley lies the airport, its former name was B.J. Vorster Lughawe (Afrikaans for airport) and the Kimberley Airport had its beginnings in 1912.
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Reviews for Jungnickel Guesthouse
"Value for Money"
We booked via the internet and were surprised to find that there are more than one guesthouse. We were booked into the annex close to the bloodbank. The rooms are excellent, and you had a supply of home-made biscuits and rusks, tea, coffee and sherry in the room. You also could use the coffee making facilities in the dining room. Staff was always friendly and helpful. This is good value for money and we will recommend this guest house.
Reviewer: Rita Nienaber
Country: South Africa
Posted: April, 3rd 2014 19:43 PM
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