Kures Guest House
Kures Guest House offers guests a true rustic luxury experience. A true Kuruman Guest House
Situated on a 2.5 hectares in town estate in the more quiet part of Kuruman Northern Cape. We take great pride in our rooms and our ability to offer accommodation to suite every need and budget. That is why we ask you to take your time when viewing our rooms and make sure you decide on the room that suits you the best. Kures Guest House offers corporate clients the ideal accommodation whether it be for work or relaxation, away from the busy and noisy town our guests will wake up to the sounds of birds not the sound of traffic. Tourist will also find the setting perfect for a stop over on their way to Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park , Namibia or Namaqualand.
Selecting the right guest house in Kuruman can be a difficult choice since there are so many establishments. Every client has a different need and budget and that is why we made sure we have a room for everyone. Accommodation in Kuruman has never been easier when choosing THE KURUMAN GUEST HOUSE.
Aside from accommodation Kures Guest House also offers a variety of conference packages. Our magnificently appointed conference facility is equipped with air conditioning (heating and cooling) . Kures Guest House conference venue can accommodate up to 100 delegates and is also equipped with a backup power generator.
Whether it’s for business or pleasure Kures Guest House in Kuruman is a perfect place to overnight or stay for a extended period. We offer special rates for stays longer than 10 days! Make the right choice for you and your wallet.
Off Street Parking
24 Hour On Standby Reception
Value For Money
How to find us
+(27) 83 603 4066
92 Poolman Street – Same entrance as Safari Travelodge
The Eye Of Kuruman
The Eye of Kuruman is a spring in the town of Kuruman in the province of Northern Cape, South Africa. Some believe it is the largest known natural spring in the Southern Hemisphere.
The spring forms a small lake in the middle of the town, directly on the N14 road and is located in a fenced park. It has a daily flow of about 20,000 m³ of crystal-clear, potable water. Water from the spring supplies the town of Kuruman.
The Kuruman Moffat Mission at Seodin outside Kuruman, South Africa, traces its establishment, by the London Missionary Society, to 1816. Missionaries William Edwards and Robert Hamilton founded the mission but it was Robert Moffat, who joined them in 1820, whose name became synonymous with the Kuruman Mission. He with his wife Mary remained there until 1870. Having learnt Setswana, Moffat produced a complete translation of the Bible by 1857, in which year it was printed on the mission press at Kuruman – the first time that the Bible had been printed in its entirety anywhere in Africa, and the first time in a previously unwritten African language.