About The Solomon
Located on Solomon Street (between Main and Central Roads), The Solomon is a self-catering guest house in Kimberley. Originally built around 1910, the house was, until recently, a family home.
Nestled between the suburbs of Beaconsfield, Herlear, Klisserville and Belgravia, The Solomon is a stone's throw from the boundary stone used by Cecil John Rhodes to mount his horse after a pint at ‘The Half’, and the McGregor Museum which was his home during the 2nd South African (Anglo-Boer) War.
Self Catering Accommodation
Tastefully converted and furnished with high quality fixtures and fittings, The Solomon now comprises a three-bedroom self-catering house (sleeps two to six guests) and two self-catering studio flats (sleeps one or two guests in each).
The house has two bedrooms with double beds and a third room with two single beds. There are two shared bathrooms; one has a bath, basin and toilet while the other has a shower, basin and toilet. The living room is furnished with leather couches, an open fireplace and DStv compact.
The dining room has a table that seats six – place setting for six are also provided.. The large kitchen is equipped with an electric stove and oven, toaster, microwave, kettle, fridge and freezer. Cutlery, crockery and other cooking utensils are available. The house has a lovely large garden with mature trees and shrubs. Secure parking is provided and there is an alarm system for the house.
We have two studio flats which combine a living room, bedroom and kitchenette. Each flat is furnished with a queen size bed, dining table for two and a kitchenette. DStv Compact will keep you entertained! The bathroom has a shower, toilet and basin. Secure parking is provided.
We are well situated for visitors to the Convention Centre, Big Hole, Diamondveld Battlefields Route, game farms, art gallery, museums, rock art centre, flamingo colony, casino and golf courses.