About The Lighthouse Guesthouse Colesberg
Looking for complimentary WIFI in luxury, reasonably priced overnight accommodation. Rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated with antiques. Nine air-conditioned units, free wifi, centrally situated with four restaurants nearby. Secure parking provided. 13 en-suite units ideal for the family or business traveler.Approved as Superior by the AA. Ideally situated on the N1 route, halfway between all major centres: Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Durban. Breathe fresh Karoo air and enjoy the unique old-time atmosphere of Colesberg. Recline in our comfortable sitting room or tranquil garden in a friendly home from home atmosphere.
Please note: check in is strictly from 2-9pm only
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Things to do in and around Colesberg
(1.1 km from Colesberg)
Great walking tours can be organized by the tourism office. These tours include historical sights and nature trails. Learn of the approximately 40 families comprising the Karoo Nomads, get a grasp of local history, revisit the past in the old...
(43.8 km from Colesberg)
Doornkloof Nature Reserve is situated on the south-eastern banks of the Vanderkloof Dam. The 9388-hectare reserve boasts kudu, eland, brown hyena, reedbuck, steenbok, duiker, bat-eared fox, aardvark and aardwolf. A myriad of bird species can be...
(0.6 km from Colesberg)
Over 1000 English and Boer soldiers fought different battles in the Anglo-Boer war in Colesberg. There are quite a few sites in and around Colesberg that provide amazing historical value. The Plato Camp, Grenadier Guard Rock, the Suffolk 'koppie',...
(1.2 km from Colesberg)
The Colesberg-Kemper Museum developed from a collection of curiosities and has grown into a fascinating store house of local history and contemporary information. This user-friendly museum is not a place where artefacts are just measured, catalogued...