The luxury chalets and self-catering units were old horse stables that were converted into five en-suite units.
Experience the peace and tranquillity of this luxurious guesthouse posed against a backdrop of the Nieuwveld Mountains. Die Herehuis Guesthouse is perfectly situated between Johannesburg and Cape Town / George, and has a romantic and unique sense of style in the heart of the Great-Karoo.
We provide secure off-street parking behind locked gates, Warm hospitality and excellent service. We speak English, Afrikaans and Zulu. Smoking is permitted in the garden area and on the veranda. We are pet (with prior arrangement at an additional cost) and child friendly.
On request a full English or Continental breakfast can be served which includes yogurt, cereals, fresh milk, tea and coffee. Eggs, bacon, sausage, tomatoes, mushrooms, toast and cheese are also served. Dinner is available with prior arrangement. For dinner we have "braai" packs on request available for those who want to braai and enjoy the famous organic super A-grade Karoo lamb chops and beef sausage.
A world of wonderful surprises awaits once you enter this magnificent part of the Western Cape in South Africa. Beaufort West is finally awakening and the nearby future will reveal even more of its still hidden potential and treasures, just waiting to burst out into the open! Besides its natural beauty, Beaufort West offers vast and unique entrepreneurial opportunities. A huge variety of unexpected possibilities will take you way beyond your imagination. Let the big horizons of the Karoo inspire you and...
Be prepared to expect the unexpected!
In Room Facilities:
The luxury chalets and self-catering units were old horse stables that were converted into five en-suite units, which are equipped with, 100% cotton bed linen, Anti-allergenic duvets and pillows, bar fridge, complimentary tea, coffee, sugar and fresh milk, DSTV, air-conditioning for relief in the summer months, insect repellents, hairdryer, complimentary soap, shampoo, shower gel, hand cream, tissues and heated blankets in a fascinating architectural Victorian-style house that was built in 1910 by a Mr Keiser from England, each with its own entrance.
Horse back riding
Visist the Karoo National Park
Girls' Public School
Beaufort West Club
Old Jacob's House, and many more