The peaceful suburb where we are situated contribute to a time of rest and peace for all our guests. KUHNS RUS & VREDE has a homely atmosphere and our guests enjoy it as their home away from home.If a group book with us and they want a real South African Braai (Barbecue) I can do that at a fee that we will discuss.A La Carte Dinner can also be provided.
Me and my wife, Naomi, are at our happiest when we can welcome and care for our guests.Your satisfaction is our priority.We often hear how satisfied our guests are and all our guests plan to come back and many are regulars already.We pride ourselves in the standards we set.
The neighbourhood is very quiet and the only people in our street, are the people who live here.No cars or pedestrians that do not belong in this area.We also have a neighbourhood watch and you will feel safe.The property is protected by an electric fence and remote control gate.KUHNS RUS & VREDE in El Toro Park, Kimberley has one of the best locations in the city.The city’s private hospital is only 650 metres away.There are two shopping malls within 2,5 km from the guesthouse.At the North Cape Mall there are movie theatres, restaurants, bookshops, clothing shops and many more. The Diamond Pavilion Mall is a paradise of shops for the consumer.The BiG HOLE and other historic monuments are between 3 and 5 kilometres from us.
KUHNS RUS & VREDE GUESTHOUSE
When you reach Kimberley from the Cape Town side on the N12, turn LEFT into Mac Dougal Street at the FiRST traffic light. OR as you exit Kimberley from the Johannesburg side, turn RiGHT at the very LAST traffic light, into Mac Dougal Street. (There is a shopping centre on the left and a CALTEX filling station opposite the road at the intersection)
Cross the first intersection in Mac Dougal Street (4 way stop) and proceed approximately 1 km to a second 4 Way Stop.Cross this second 4 Way Stop but after approximately 40 metres turn LEFT into John Schoeman Street.It is the first street on your left.You will find KUHNS RUS & VREDE GUESTHOUSE on your left, 5 John Schoemann Street. (The 3rd premises)