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    (Room Type: General) Sleeps: 2; Max Adults: 2; Smoking: No; Children Allowed: Yes We can accommodate up to 25 people in different apartments.Houses and flats have bedrooms with two single beds per room Room IncludesAir ConditioningBathShowerDigital room safesEnsuiteFanFire PlaceGarden FurnitureHeaterIron and boardKitchen UnitLinenMNet / Satellite TVOvenPrivate Garden / PatioSafe DepositStove / Electric StoveTea / Coffee making facilitiesTowelsTVDouble (D)Shower & BathSingle (S)Braai EquipmentSleeper CouchKing (K)Self-catering (S/C)Twin 

General

Rhino Manor Self Catering is a 3-star tourism graded and AA approved establishment. We are situated in Vanderkloof, a holiday destination in the Northern Cape. We have the second largest Dam in South Africa on our door step. We offer self-catering houses for business people, representatives of companies, tourists and visitors.

With air-conditioning, secure under roof parking, DStv and braai facilities we strive to make you feel at home. With fully equipped houses, you only need to bring cloths and food or you can enjoy the hospitality of our restaurants in town.

We can accommodate up to 25 people in different apartments.One 8-Sleeper house has four bedrooms with two single beds per room and two bathrooms. Two houses have three bedrooms with two single beds per room. Two Units have one bedroom with two single beds.One Luxury Flat with a King Size bed and en-Suite bathroom.

Rhino Manor also offers a communal swimming pool, kids jungle gym and braai area.

Vanderkloof is named after the original farm on which the dam was constructed. The former name of the dam, P.K Le Roux Dam was named after the former Minister of Water Affairs who for many years campaigned for the development of the Orange River. Recently the name Vanderkloof was decided on for both the dam and the town to avoid confusion. This Orange River Project was the largest engineering project ever attempted in South Africa. This combined storage and diversion dam also incorporates the Vanderkloof hydro-electricity power station which is connected to Escom’s national distribution network. The dam was officially opened on the 17 November 1977 by the former Minister, Mr. B.J Voster.

The 8000 ha Rolfontein Nature Reserve almost surround the town and it houses more than 10 different species of antelope, 142 Fauna and a rich variety of flora. The 13 866 ha surface area of the reservoir and the 3255 million cub meters of water houses 13 recorded species of fish. Please come and visit our town and experience the unique hospitality of the area.

Establishment Code

120100

Nearby

Bar, CoffeeTea Maker, Countryside, Laundry, Medical facilities, Restaurant, Riverside, Swimming Pool, Tourism attractions

AATravel Code

PA47256

City

vanderkloof

Facilities

  • Afrikaans
  • Air conditioning
  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • Catering By Arrangement
  • Child Friendly
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • English
  • Fire Place
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Laundry
  • MNet / Satellite TV
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Private Garden / Patio
  • Room Cleaning Service
  • Safe Deposit
  • Safe in Room
  • Secure Parking
  • Self-catering
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tea and coffee maker

Activities

Bird watching, Boat/River cruise, Bowls Green, Cultural Attractions, Eco & Nature, Fishing, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Game Walks, Guided Tours, Hiking, Historical Attractions, Medical, Outdoor, Religious, River, River rafting / canoeing, Rock Art, Swimming Pond, Swimming Pool, Water Sports, Water Sports - Kayaks, Water Sports - Water Ski, Water Sports - Windsurfing

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