About Casa Linge Guesthouse
Casa Linge Guesthouse bids you a warm welcome to Kuruman. It is with pleasure that we introduce you to a unique experience in staying away from home. A stunning guest house for the discerning guest who's looking for style, tranquility, luxury, comfort and the renowned hospitality of the Northern Cape folk. Casa Linge offers guests and tourists visiting the Kuruman a combination of style and comfort in a relaxed atmosphere.
Enjoy your stay in a peaceful enclosed tropical garden setting, situated in a safe and quiet neighborhood. The national route from Johannesburg takes you via Kuruman to the SANparks: Augrabies Water Fall National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and Namaqualand Land (Springbok).
We have eight spacious double rooms to choose from, decorated and furnished with flair, meticulous attention to detail and a personal signature. Each room has its own bathroom and tea / coffee facilities, air-conditioning and DStv.
Bedding consists of feather down duvets and pillows, Percale cotton linen and electric blankets. All our rooms are en-suite with either bath / shower or both. Bathroom amenities include crisp white towel sets, robes, toiletries and hair driers. All rooms are non-smoking.
This luxury Guesthouse provides Bed and Breakfast accommodation for business executives, holidaymakers, local and international tourists. A delicious breakfast is prepared and served by us personally. We serve Full English and Continental Breakfasts which can be served on the terrace or in our beautiful garden if weather permits.
Air-conditioning & ceiling fans
Heaters & electric blankets
Dinner on request
Televisions in all rooms
Internet banking facilities
Fax & email facilities
Credit cards accepted
Booking of tour guides / bird guides / game viewing trips
Excellent bird life
Personal attention of owners
Daily room service
Attractions and Activities
The Moffat Mission
The mission is also well known as the first African home of Dr David Livingstone.
Kuruman Raptor Center
The renowned Kalahari Raptor Route, starting at Kuruman's Raptor Rehabilitation Centre - where birds in rehabilitation can be viewed at close range
The Eye is a natural fountain delivering approximately 20 million litres of crystal clear water daily.
Truce tree - Seodin Road
The 1914 Rebellion left its mark on Kuruman. General J Kemp and 700 rebels invaded Kuruman to replenish their rations. Captain Frylinck and Lieutenant Gash were responsible for the safety of Kuruman and, after a short skirmish, the garrison surrendered. An armistice was negotiated beneath this shady camelthorn tree.
The Wonder Caves
43km south down Daniλlskuil Road on the farm Wonderwerk. Archaeological excavations of the 140m long cave suggest datings of more than a million years old to the early twentieth century when members of the Boesman family made it their home. Rock paintings - from which graffiti was recently removed - were made with red and yellow ochres obtained in the vicinity.
A unique natural sinkhole, renowned as the second deepest and largest of its kind in the world.
Kalagadi Transfrontier Park
Kalahari Gemsbok National Park was proclaimed in 1931 mainly to protect migratory game, especially the gemsbok. During the late 1990's it was combined with the adjacent Gemsbok National Park in Botswana to form the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park - one of the first in the world and the first in Southern Africa.
Namaqualand is a semi-desert environment, however in the spring (July to September), depending on the rains, a miracle occurs. As the rains soak into the thirsty earth, millions upon millions of flowers emerge in a phenomenal explosion of colour, which transforms the landscape into a wonderland of beauty.
Few sights are as awesome or a sound as deafening as water thundering down the 56-m Augrabies Waterfall when the Orange River is in full flood.
We are looking forward to welcoming you at Casa Linge. A warm welcome, a smile, instant unwinding and a personalized service will await.