Cunningham Cottage Guest House

Cunningham Cottage is situated in Kuruman, Northern Cape. As Kuruman is known for its famous 'Eye', a natural spring that delivers water to the town, Cunningham Cottage also has a fair share of water. Two of the water canals, built by missionaries to supply the well-known Moffat Mission with water, run through the property, as well as a natural rivulet that is caused by the overflow of the Eye.

Whether you are on holiday, visiting the mining towns or a business man, Kuruman is your  gateway to Namaqualand, Namibia, the Kalahari region and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. If you are in need of a quiet and tranquil place to stay, Cunningham Cottage is your choice.

 The nine units all have their own entrances. Every room has an air-conditioner, DSTV,  a small fridge and tea/coffee facilities. 7 rooms are en-suite with showers. Only 2 rooms have full bathroom facilities, while one room is wheelchair friendly. The rooms are beautifully furnished, spacious and comfortable.

 We offer a full breakfast (English and continental) and dinners on request.

Safe parking is available on the premises - trailers welcome.

Whether it is a stop-over or for longer periods, your hosts Gert and Bernice Kotze will make sure that you enjoy a memorable stay.

We look forward to meet you and to receive you at our cottage.


Contact Person Bernice Kotze
Alternative Number 0732266225
Fax Number 0865023416
Email Address
Physical Address 24 Cunningham Street Kuruman
Postal Address Box 100 Kuruman 8460