Tshwaragano Hotel still popular Serowe haunt

SEROWE: Serowe is one of the biggest villages in the country that boasts a rich history synonymous to the history of the country.

Talk about the history of the ruling party, its founder, the history of the rivalry between the Bangwato and Bakalaka. It all starts in Serowe.  Sometimes we have to leave our serious political history to focus on the entertainment, to rewind our minds and let loose. That is when Tshwaragano Hotel comes to mind with its long history dating back to the old Bechuanaland but still standing and buzzing with activity.

Located in Serowe's commercial nerve centre, perched on the west side of Serowe Hill is the quaint Tshwaragano Hotel. Built in the early 1960's from stone and thatch, Tshwaragano Hotel offers affordable accommodation with 11 unique chalets terraced onto the hillside. From this vantage point guests always enjoy a panoramic view of the village. Tshwaragano Hotel, which is situated behind Ngwato Land Board (NLB) offices, is the only hotel that is so close to nature where visitors can always feel on top of the world due to its unique spot. Just being inside the hotel, gives you an eye view of  the noisy bus rank, the UCCSA church building, the Central District Council (CDC) Chamber and much more.

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