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Located in Kuruman, a few steps from The Eye Of Kuruman, Eldorado Lodge CC provides accommodations with a shared lounge, free private parking, a garden and barbecue facilities. The lodge is modern and well equipped. We were travelling with friends so we enjoyed the communal kitchen and lounge. The king size bed was very comfortable. The security guard was friendly and kept an eye on our vehicles.
Located in Kuruman, a 13-minute walk from The Eye Of Kuruman, Cunningham Cottage Guest House has accommodations with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a shared lounge and a... Tucked out of the way, beautiful garden, access to guest lounge, pool.
Moffat Museum - the main reason for our visit - was a huge disappointment. Buildings seemed OK, though all locked up, and seemed to function only as a conference venue. None of the staff even greeted us, let alone provided directions, except for a young man we found carrying chairs who offered to let us through if we paid him R20 each. Eye of Kuruman somewhat littered with plastics, polystyrene etc, but the morning we left, we saw a whole team cleaning it up.
It was a middle point in our journey to Springbok from Joburg . Unfortunately the town is rather a mess and looks run down and the Moffat mission was deeply disappointing. It could be a real gem as the history is so interesting but it’s totally neglected .
The town itself are not well look after, and seemed to be neglected from what it was before. We wanted to visit the Eye of Kuruman, however was advised not to, as it unsafe and are not looking well after. The spring pumps out 20000 cubic litre of Water per day, and supplies water to Kuruman. If something is not done, who knows how long can this be preserve for future generations? Very sad.
Town very busy. However some restaurants and stopover point in Northern Cape rural area. Local restaurants and shopping centres with brand name chain stores. The eye in Kuruman is very large fountain/spring (apparently one of the largest in Southern Hemisphere.) Close to Moffat (missionary) museum.
Unbelievable dirty - pollution by littering (plastic bags, beer bottles, polystyrene food holders, plastic bottles. As you pass through town, the Eye of Kuruman, purportedly one of the largest springs in the southern hemisphere were littered with plastic bags
The breakfast was as I had expected it to be. The prepared it as we had ordered it.
This is my go to place when I'm in Kuruman. Always exceeding my expectations.
Tucked out of the way, beautiful garden, access to guest lounge, pool.
Will most certainly stay over again when travelling
Very amazing, beautiful and very clean