Acondri Guest House | Accommodation Kathu, Guest House Kathu, Northern Cape
ACONDRI Guesthouse is an AA quality assured, Highly Recommended establishment (a Three-star rated) guesthouse in KATHU.
Our quality room will make you come back for more. Make also time to visit the Kumba Iron Ore Mine, one of the largest open pit mines in the world.
Rates : Single – Bed & Breakfast = R800 VAT included
Rates : Sleep Only = R700 VAT included
Rates : Double = Bed & Breakfast = R1100 VAT included
Rates : Double = Sleep Only = R900 VAT included
We are situated close to the well-known and very popular Sishen Golf Course. The golf course is rated amongst the top 20 in SA.
If you love a challenge, bring your golf clubs along or enjoy the tranquillity.
Kathu is an ideal stopover from Johannesburg to Namaqualand or Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. If you are looking for quality – this is the place to stay!
Situated in Kathu ( Northern Cape) and we would like to show our real Kalahari hospitality by inviting you into our home. We offer a friendly environment and truly welcoming atmosphere.
One is to marvel at the huge open case iron ore mine – Kathu has one of five of the largest iron ore mines in the world. And the other is the incredible forest of camel thorn trees, Acacia erioloba, one of only two in the world (the other lies between Mariental and Reboboth in Namibia) that endowes the town with 4000 hectares of trees that form a reserve registered as a Natural Heritage Site. Kathu lies in the middle of the Kalaharidesert. It’s a mining town that lies strategically alongside the N14 between Kuruman and Upington, and three hours’ away from Kimberley, to which it is connected by road, rail and air.
The town, which lies 12 km north east of another mining town called Dingleton, but which was then known as Sishen, was originally formed to house workers for the new mine that opened in 1973. The town of Kathu, one of the fastest growing towns in the Northern Cape, actually lies south of the camel thorn forest, despite being known as the ‘town under the trees’. Kathu used to form part of the forest, which today, although protected, lies mostly on privately owned farms and land, and relies heavily on the goodwill of residents and visitors, to help protect these thorny trees. There is a third reason that visitors come to Kathu.
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