Accommodation for families: travelling with kids in the Northern Cape

Northern Cape Family Friendly

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Destinations in Northern Cape

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Find child-friendly establishments catering for families travelling with kids in the Northern Cape. These child friendly establishments include family hotels, guest houses, bed & breakfasts, holiday apartments, suites, cottages and holiday homes.

The establishments below accept children of all ages (from babies and toddlers to teenagers). If none of these establishments take your fancy, please adjust the filter to show results for the specific age group(s) required.

Self Catering in the Northern Cape

Hotel in Kimberley

The Kimberley Club

The Kimberley Club, famous since 1881, is an historical 4-star boutique hotel situated in the Kimberley CBD area, ... [cont.]

Amaziah Guesthouse

B&B in Kuruman

Amaziah Guesthouse

For a refreshing stop-over when travelling in the Northern Cape en-route to and from Windhoek, Johannesburg and Cape ... [cont.]

Casablanca Overnight & Camping

Self Catering in Brandvlei

Casablanca Overnight & Camping

Casablanca Overnight is located in the small Bushmanland town of Brandvlei in the Northen Cape. Offering self catering ... [cont.]

Toverberg Guest Houses

B&B / Self Catering in Colesberg

Toverberg Guest Houses

Toverberg Guest Houses is a selection of beautifully restored Karoo townhouses in the historic part of Colesberg. The ... [cont.]

Bun Clody Guesthouse

Guest House in Hanover

Bun Clody Guesthouse

A typical South African farmhouse with architecture that hails from the 1800's, Bun Clody is an oasis for the ... [cont.]

Moonlight Manor Boutique Guesthouse

Guest House in Victoria West

Moonlight Manor Boutique Guesthouse

Moonlight Manor is located in the small Karoo town of Victoria West, halfway between Johannesburg and Cape Town on the ... [cont.]

Tkabies Camping & Self-Catering

Self Catering in Keimoes

Tkabies Camping & Self-Catering

Enjoy an unforgettable camping experience on a working grape farm at Tkabies Camping & Self-Catering. Breathtaking ... [cont.]

Colesview Guest House

Guest House in Colesberg

Colesview Guest House

Situated in the town of Colesberg, an oasis in the Karoo, Colesview Guest House is conveniently located in the upper part ... [cont.]

De Nachtuilen Guest House

Guest House / Self Catering in Upington

De Nachtuilen Guest House

Situated in the tourist corridor of Upington, the river city of the Green Kalahari. De Nachtuilen Guesthouse’s rooms are ... [cont.]

Holhoed Gasteplaas

Self Catering in Sutherland

Holhoed Gasteplaas

We welcome you to Holhoed Gasteplaas with open arms and open hearts! Here in Sutherland, the air is fresh and the skies ... [cont.]

Coniston Guest House

Guest House in Colesberg

Coniston Guest House

Coniston House is one of the few genuine double storey Cape Georgian houses in the country. It was built in 1835 by an ... [cont.]

Halfway House Hotel

Hotel in Kimberley

Halfway House Hotel

The Halfway House Hotel, Kimberley is situated on the Belgravia historic route and offers guests visiting the "Diamond ... [cont.]

Namastat Lodge

Self Catering in Springbok

Namastat Lodge

Choose from four wooden chalets or 25 camp sites, each with their own electrical point and grassy patch. There are shared ... [cont.]

Aletheim Homestead

B&B / Self Catering in Kimberley

Aletheim Homestead

Aletheim Homestead offers self catering and bed & breakfast accommodation in Belgravia, Kimberley. Choose one of two ... [cont.]

Wolwefontein Lodge

B&B in Colesberg

Wolwefontein Lodge

Wolwefontein Lodge is a spacious, four bedroom guesthouse on the farm Wolwefontein, situated 30km outside Colesberg on ... [cont.]

Northern Cape Family FriendlySuburbs/Towns by Region

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Diamond Fields {view all Diamond Fields}

Barkly West (1), Campbell (1), Douglas (3), Hartswater (1), Jan Kempdorp (2), Kimberley (25), Warrenton (1)

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Kalahari {view all Kalahari}

Askham (1), Kathu (3), Kgalagadi (1), Kuruman (10), McCarthys Rest (2), Tswalu (1)

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Green Kalahari {view all Green Kalahari}

Augrabies (6), Kakamas (3), Kanoneiland (1), Keimoes (5), Upington (25)

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Namakwa {view all Namakwa}

Hondeklip Bay (1), Kleinzee (4), Nababeep (1), Pofadder (1), Port Nolloth (3), Springbok (17), Vioolsdrift (3)

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Upper Karoo {view all Upper Karoo}

Brandvlei (1), Britstown (1), Calvinia (6), Carnarvon (1), Colesberg (14), De Aar (3), Fraserburg (1), Gariep Dam (12), Hanover (5), Nieuwoudtville (1), Norvalspont (2), Richmond (3), Sutherland (8), Three Sisters (2), Victoria West (3)

Kids in Northern Cape

Divided into five regions, the Northern Cape is truly a collection of treasures. From the challenges of the outdoors with its 4x4 trails, safaris and wide open spaces through the Big Hole of Kimberley and the wonders of the Karoo to the harsh climate of the Namakwaland and its rich and rare plantlife, this is a part of the world that draws families from far and wide. [cont.]

The biggest of South Africa's nine provinces the Northern Cape might be slightly larger than Germany and take up almost a third of South Africa, but it has the country’s smallest population, and is also home to the last true remaining Bushmen or San, who, having retreated as far north of the Western Cape as possible, are now confined to a tiny area of the province. The Northern Cape has an inordinate number of national parks and conservation areas, all of which provide wonderful getaway opportunities for families. The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, which crosses the frontiers between Botswana and South Africa combining the Gemsbok National Park with the Kalahari National Park into a transfrontier park of 3.6 million hectares, is the finest example. But the Augrabies Falls National Park, west of Upington; the Richtersveld National Park; and the spectacular Witsand Nature Reserve in the Kalahari are all worth a visit.

The astronomical observatory on a desert hilltop near Sutherland is a treat for children of all sizes, particularly as South Africa and her partners are busy building the largest single telescope in the southern hemisphere here, and there are tours through the observatory - make sure you book as it’s very popular.

Besides the already too many activities to fit into one holiday, there are no fewer than five routes in the Northern Cape that include the Flower Route, in the succulent Karoo, the Orange River wine route, where a number of wine cellars have family-friendly venues, and the Red Dune route - all of which are carefully designed to provide those with families the facility to plan daily trips with plenty of places to stop en route to stretch little legs. [close]

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