About Milner House

Milner House is the right choice for visitors to Kimberley who are searching for a combination of charm, elegance, peace, quiet and a convenient position from where to explore surroundings.

Elegant Accommodation in Kimberley | Milner House

Its no secret that Milner street forms part of the heart of Kimberley and more so Milner House with its eccentric history.

John Orr came from Ireland to South Africa and settled in Kimberley in 1886, he was renowned for his entrepreneurial skills and went on to be not only be the Mayor of Kimberley  for many years but also a well-respected icon in Kimberley. Leaving his footprints at both Mcgregor Museum as well as Dunluce House.

John Orr’s daughter Eileen and her husband Lionel Cooper were one of the first residents to own Milner house and lived here till 1932 enjoying the historic architecture and hipped roof before modern structures became a norm.

Milner House holds the memories and poise of the past and mysteries of the future and has had the privilege of welcoming guests from all over the world for the past 20 years, offering our clientele a bouquet of both privilege and comfort to ensure a luxurious stay.

Whether you are travelling for business or leasure, Milner house will offer a home away from home

Milner House Guest House | Kimberley
Milner House Guest House | Kimberley

Our facilities include 8 luxurious bedrooms and a restaurant on-premise.  Relax outdoors and enjoy the serenity of the Koi pond and the peaceful sound of water flowing. For your safety, we have security guards on duty 24/7.

The availability of Conference and Corporate facilities goes without saying

For the more active guests, we offer a private gym and a “Fastlane” swimming pool. 

The swimming pool is particularly valuable for swimmers and triathletes who want to keep up their exercise regime while travelling.

Milner House Guest House | Kimberley

All guests have free access to our private gym.

The gym is fully stocked with professional apparatus including cycle trainer stands.