Your hosts, Alex and Rene Dumas, will offer you a warm welcome at Colesview
Guest House, where the comfort and satisfaction of their guests is their top
The guesthouse is situated in the town of Colesberg, an oasis in the Karoo, halfway to everywhere. Conveniently located in the upper part of town, we are just one kilometer off the N1 highway in a quiet, secluded, residential area, conducive to a good night’s rest.
Recently refurbished, this elegant guesthouse offers a stunning view of Coleskop Mountain, visible from 40km away. When the sun slips below the horizon, brushing the sky with brilliant hues, Coleskop’s former name, Towerberg (meaning Magic Mountain) seems more appropriate.
Our "rooms with a view" can accommodate 26 people in 8 stylishly decorated bedrooms, all with their own entrances. The rooms sleep from 2 to 6 people (we have three family rooms), all with bathroom en-suite (either with bath, shower or both). The comfortable rooms are all equipped with double or twin beds, boasting hotel-grade mattresses, crisp linen, ceiling fans and heaters, electric blankets in winter, tea and coffee-making facilities and televisions, safes and bar fridges. All rooms are air-conditioned. Cots, hairdryers, extra mattresses and bedding are all available on request.
There is a small pub and guest lounge (with satellite TV), where you can unwind after an arduous day’s traveling, as well as a sparkling pool to refresh you and a barbecue area where you can braai, lounge in the sun and get into the holiday spirit! We have secure parking available in the form of undercover, lock-up garages, as well as sufficient fridge and freezer space for your perishable items.
We offer a generous "English-style " breakfast in the morning, comprising a selection of cereals, fruit juice, bacon, sausage, eggs, tomato, yoghurt , toast and spreads and that essential bottomless cup of tea or coffee to kick start you on your way! Breakfast is available from 6.30 am in our dining room.
Colesberg offers a selection of restaurants, all within 5 minutes of the guest house - if you fancy a night out on the town! We have all the menus available and can point you in the right direction!
Colesberg has retained much of the charm of an early Karoo town and for such a small place has a remarkable number of national monuments. It was also the scene of considerable fighting during the Anglo-Boer War. For those interested and with a little time to spare, guided tours of the town or of the Anglo-Boer sites can be organised with the staff at the Colesberg-Kemper Museum.
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