Camdeboo Cottages comprises nine self-catering cottages which are all national monuments, situated in the heart of historical Graaff-Reinet. These cottages form a secluded courtyard with covered carports, a swimming pool and a garden.
Bed and breakfast or self-catering accommodation is provided and a variety of evening meals are also available, with dinners being served in the cottages or on the veranda next to the swimming pool. All cottages offer air-conditioning, electric blankets in winter, en-suite bathrooms, televisions with selected DStv, fully equipped kitchens, and coffee and tea-making facilities.
In Room Facilities:
Air-Conditioning, Fan, Heater, Self-catering, Tea and Coffee Facilities, Bar Fridge, No Smoking in Rooms
TV DStv, Television and Satellite TV.
Surrounded by the breath taking Camdeboo National Park, Graaff-Reinet, South Africa's 4th oldest city, lies at the heart of the Great Karoo. Whether you're into history or nature, looking to relax or seeking your next big adrenaline rush, Graaff - Reinet has something for everyone.
ADSL / WIFI Internet Internet
Credit Card Facilities
Top 5 Tourist Attractions
The Valley of Desolation, a geological wonder of weathered dolerite pillars with magnificent views over the Karoo plains has also been declared a national monument.
The Camdeboo National Park of 19 000 ha, on the outskirts of the town with its interesting flora and fauna.
Reinet House Museum - a Cape Dutch building, formerly the Dutch Reformed Church parsonage - and other important Karoo architecture sites.
The Dutch Reformed Church in the centre of the town is a prominent stone building in the high street with seating for more than 1000 people.
The Drostdy Hotel - A Cape Dutch building erected in 1806 as the local seat of government by the VOC. Currently a hotel with Stretch's Court, a picturesque restored street of Karoo cottages with brightly painted shutters and doors.