With a variety of offerings to choose from, we're sure you'll be happy staying with us. We hope to see you again!
Fully equipped self catering units in the center of Graaff-Reinet.
Walking distance to schools, historical sites and museums.
Secure off-street parking, behind remote gates.
Owner stay on the Property
Beauty salon on the premises.
In Room Facilities:
Fully Equipped Kitchen
Tea and Coffee Facility
TV with Satellite
Surrounded by the Camdeboo National Park, Graaff-Reinet, the heart of the - Great Karoo's Place of Thirst - is a boundless and mysterious area covered by vast sheep and game farms, where broad plains roll away to distant koppies and multilayered mountains that seem to touch the indigo sky. Listen to the silence, breathe in the aged earth and the Karoo bossies (which conjure up the taste of Karoo lamb!), and gaze at a startlingly clear horizon that seems drawn at the other end of the earth. Our clear night skies are studded with countless stars and huge bright planets; even other galaxies are visible with the naked eye, offering some of the best star gazing in the world. Fossils of some of the earliest forms of one-celled life have been discovered here, indicating that life has existed in this region for three billion years. The richness of pre-dinosaur fossils in this region is world-renowned.
Graaff-Reinet, the fourth oldest town in South Africa, is recognized as the home of magnificent examples of Cape Dutch architecture, and over 220 heritage sites (more than any other town in South Africa!). The past is preserved in four extraordinary museums which hold collections of photographic memorabilia, firearms, artworks and fossils, tracing the story of the Karoo - and the town - from pre-history right up to the present day.
We invite you to experience the magic of this area, discover eccentric little hamlets, sprawling farmsteads and the historical town of Graaff-Reinet, populated by warm and welcoming people that love to share their stories and legends.
Braai Facilities ( Portable braai )
Safe off-street Parking
Hester Rupert Art Museum - On exhibition Twentieth-century South African Art.
A former oefeningshuis (activity center), school and mission church, this charming building was saved from demolition in 1965 by the Rembrandt Corporation and named after the mother of Dr Anton Rupert, head of the corporation. Built in the shape of a cross, the building now houses a collection of contemporary South African art by more than 100 artisits.
Camdeboo National Park - Camdeboo National Park nestled in the horseshoe bend of the Sundays River and protected by the Sneeuberg mountains, the 200 year old town of Graaff-Reinet is the 4th oldest town in the country and steeped with history, both indigenous and settler.