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Kuruman Inn

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Kuruman Inn
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Address: Corner of De Jager Street and Main Road
Kuruman
Northern Cape
South Africa

The intimate atmosphere and caring staff make you feel welcome, relaxed and part of the family.

The Kuruman Inn is your home away from home. With its friendly staff and quality of service the Kuruman Inn is your first choice for accommodation in Kuruman. Ideally situated for business people visiting the area, hunters taking a rest before traveling further into the Kalahari or tourists and travelers on the N14.

Guests arriving at the Kuruman Inn immediately experience what true South African country hospitality is about as they book in at the picturesque reception with its thatched roof.

Offering single and double rooms that are en-suite, each with their own small bar fridge, coffee and tea making facilities, air-conditioned and a variety of DSTV channels available. Some rooms have a work space area and wifi for the travelling business man. We also have Deluxe rooms that come with their own outside shower area.

Kuruman Inn has a swimming pool, restaurant and bar on the premises and conference facilities are available.

Just a short distance away from the Inn on Main Street is where you will find the Eye of Kuruman. This natural spring in the heart of the town gushes forth 20 million litres of crystal clear water every day, even in the dry season and is critical to the town. Surrounding the spring is a beautiful pool of water, surrounded by willow and palm trees. This pool is home to a variety of aquatic life, including crabs and many fish, among which you will find a rare ciclid. The pool is also home to many water lilies.

On Seodin street, you will see a a camel thorn tree standing on the side of Seodin Road and this Thorn tree is rich in history. Back in 1914 a treaty was signed under its very branches guarantying the safety of government in return for a free passage through Kuruman.

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