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Be Blessed Self Catering
Guest Rating: 8

Be Blessed Self Catering

Self Catering Apartment, Flatlet Accommodation in Richmond

Hantam Karoo & Upper Karoo

Be Blessed Self Catering offers flatlet accommodation in Richmond in the Karoo, Northern Cape. Richmond is a town situated next to the N1 approximately halfway between Cape Town and Gauteng making it a perfect stopover. Accommodation comprises of 5 fully-

Desert Dew Guesthouse & Self Catering
Guest Rating: 10
Sleeps 26 in 9 units
From R 720
Per unit, per night
* Rates may vary according to season

Desert Dew Guesthouse & Self Catering

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Three Sisters

76km from Richmond

Desert Dew Guesthouse provides travelers with the option of bed and breakfast or self catering accommodation near Three Sisters in the Karoo, Northern Cape. Total accommodation sleeps 36 people. Located on the Modderfontein farm, situated in the Victoria

Outsiders Bed & Breakfast
Guest Rating: 8

Outsiders Bed & Breakfast

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Nieu-Bethesda

77km from Richmond

In the heart of the quaint Karoo hamlet of Nieu-Bethesda, lies Outsiders B&B. Cosy double rooms offer an en-suite shower with toilet and a private entrance. Relax on your stoep and watch village life pass you by at the unhurried pace of bygone times.

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Loop Street in Richmond  © Morné van Rooyen, License


The small town of Richmond in the Northern Cape Province is situated roughly halfway between Johannesburg and the Cape coast between Hanover and Beaufort West. The town makes a wonderful stepping off point for all parts of the Great Karoo, its location being right at the centre of the Karoo desert. The town was founded in 1843 and is named after the Earl of Richmond, father-in-law of the then Cape Governor.

Richmond is in the heart of miles and miles of beautiful mountains and vast plains, once teeming with herds of springbok, the grazing has now been taken over by large flocks of sheep, which give rise to the world famous Karoo Lamb. Visitors to Richmond can be sure to get a warm Karoo welcome from the very hospitable locals. Summers here are warm and dry, but visitors should be sure to take something warm to wear in wintertime, when it can become very cold at night.





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