About Toverberg Guest Houses
Toverberg Guest Houses are a selection of beautifully restored Karoo townhouses in the quiet and historic Bell Street and Stockenstroom Street. These beautifully restored Karoo townhouses are situated in the historic part of Colesberg, right next to the Dutch Reformed Church.
The guest houses offer 2 or 3 bedrooms, some with en-suite bathroom facilities.
15 Bell Street:
15 Bell Street is a unit with two bedrooms en suite (showers only), rooms air conditioned, lounge with DStv Bouquet, microwave, fridge, dinnerware. . One bedroom sleeps 2 the other 3. Tea, coffee, rusks included. Off street parking behind security gate for normal sized vehicle and trailer.
15A Bell Street:
15A Bell Street is a unit with two bedrooms en-suite both with air-conditioners, a private lounge with DStv Hotel bouquet, microwave, fridge, dinnerware and a lockup garage that can house a normal sized vehicle and trailer.
5B Bell Street:
5B Bell Street is a single bedroom unit en-suite with air-conditioner, private lounge, DStv Hotel bouquet, tea/coffee making facilities and a lock up garage. Sleeper couch available for little ones, not more than two. This unit has no outside area for pets.
5C Bell Street:
5C Bell Street is single bedroom unit with a spare bedroom available if needed and sharing the bathroom. It has a spacious lounge/dining room area with fireplace, DStv Hotel bouquet, equipped kitchen and lockup garage.
Should you feel like breakfast - our reception house in Charl Cilliers Street is where you will treated to something scrumptious. Please make the necessary arrangements before hand as it's only available on request.
We are Pet and child friendly.
Excellent restaurants, a museum, shops and a supermarket are all within walking distance. Close by is a nine hole golf course with challenging Karoo fairways but well-maintained grass greens and aprons and well-equipped club house facilities. Other facilities in town include tennis courts, cycling and walking routes, bird-watching and unique sunrises and sunsets.
From its earliest days Colesberg has been a bustling resting and meeting place, a gateway to the north for explorers and hunters - later also for those seeking their fortune on the Diamond and Goldfields. The town still is a traveller’s oasis on the main routes to the interior and the coast. Here the N1 and the N9 meet and the town is the southern gateway to the Lake !Xariep Tourist Route (R58), which covers Gariep Dam, Norvalspont, Venterstad, Oviston and Bethulie.
The Colesberg-Kemper Museum with its 19th century toy collection is also the permanent house to the UNISA Karoo Nomad Photographic Exhibition. Together with Anglo-Boer War sites and a fine selection of 19th century buildings Colesberg offers an exciting reflection on the past and present.