Boer and Brit is a self-catering cottage that is situated in the charming Karoo town of Graaff-Reinet. Ideal for guests looking for a comfortable stopover, close to various historical attractions and away from city life.
Accommodation comprises 2 units and can accommodate 10 guests. Boer and Brit Unit 1 is fully furnished and comprises 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. The main bedroom is furnished with a queen-size bed and the second and third bedrooms are equipped with 2 single beds in each, with a shower and bath, basin and toilet in the bathroom.
The kitchenette in the cottage is equipped with basic appliances to prepare and cook meals, and the lounge has comfortable sofas to relax on. Boer & Brit Unit 2A features a kitchenette and a TV with DStv in the main bedroom.
The property also has an outdoor braai area for guests to use, and there is secure parking available for 4 vehicles. Boer and Brit is within walking distance of shops, restaurants, museums and other attractions.
Onbedacht Cottage offers comfortable self-catering accommodation in a small, 1-bedroom cottage situated on a remote working cattle farm in the Karoo, approximately 60 km from Graaff-Reinet.
The cottage is ideal for a couple, and comprises a double bed, an open-plan shower, a toilet, and an open-plan kitchenette, lounge and dining area. The kitchenette is equipped with a fridge, a microwave, and a stove, and the dining room contains a 2-seater dining room table and chairs. There is a fireplace in the lounge, and firewood is supplied.
Enjoy the open spaces, ideal for hiking, gentle strolls, mountain biking, bird watching, and star gazing. The location is ideal for those looking for a break from television and Wi-Fi.
Langfontein Guest Farm offers guests a true Karoo farm experience. The farm is situated 50 km from Graaff-Reinet in the picturesque Camdeboo Conservancy. The historic homestead dates back to 1860 and the farm buildings have been carefully restored to their former glory to capture the atmosphere from a bygone era with all the necessary luxuries to ensure a comfortable stay.
Accommodation comprises 3 private, self-catering cottages that are individually decorated. Each unit has a fully equipped kitchen, lounge with fireplace, and braai facilities. The bedrooms are spacious with crisp, white percale linen and the bathrooms have showers as well as Victorian baths. All the cottages have a verandah with breathtaking views and are serviced daily except on Sundays.
Enjoy long walks, relax on the verandah with a book, explore the Graaff-Reinet area or simply spend time with loved ones at your cottage. Children can explore and play freely and for mountain bike enthusiasts the area offers great routes to explore.
4 Louis Trichart Avenue offers comfortable accommodation in a furnished self-catering unit in the suburb of Bergendal in the peaceful town of Graaff-Reinet.
The unit can accommodate 2 guests and is equipped with a double bed and a single sofa bed. The en-suite bathroom contains a shower, a basin and a toilet. The kitchenette is equipped with a kettle, an electric pan, a microwave oven, a toaster, a fridge/freezer and cutlery and crockery.
The open-plan living area is equipped with a flat-screen TV and full DStv. The unit also has Wi-Fi, air-conditioning and an iPod docking station and guests have access to braai facilities. Linen and towels are also provided.
Children are welcome. Safe, off-street parking behind a motorized gate is also available.
Please note that this unit does not have a clock-in or clock-out reception. Keys are located in a key-safe at the gate to the unit. The code of which will be sent by SMS to guests on the day of their booking.
Kambro Cottage is centrally located in the historical section of town, away from the hustle and bustle, yet within walking distance to shops, banks, restaurants, the museum complex and the famous Dutch Reformed ‘Grootkerk’ Church. It is surrounded by numerous examples of Karoo-style architecture which are reminders of a bygone era.
Accommodation is provided in 2 tastefully decorated cottages, each with their own private entrance and safe off-street, undercover parking. The Somerset Cottage and the Cradock Cottage are air-conditioned, and equipped all the modern conveniences that guests may need during their stay.
Guests have a choice of self-catering or bed and breakfast accommodation. These 2 affordable cottages are the ideal overnight stop for businessman, couples and small groups.
Experience the history, nature and beauty of Graaff Reinet while staying at Kambro Cottage, a little refuge in the Karoo. Kambro Cottage is a single-storey, flat-roofed dwelling built in 1840, it is a National Monument and is an intrinsic part of the town’s history.
Agave Self-catering is situated it the tranquil town of Graaff-Reinet. The town is characterised by warm, friendly people, historic 19th-century architecture, rolling hills, and vast open plains.
The guest house offers accommodation in a choice of 2 tastefully furnished bedrooms, each with a private entrance. The first bedroom is furnished with a queen-size bed while the second bedroom has twin single beds which can be converted to a king-size bed. Both bedrooms have an en-suite bathroom fitted with a shower.
The units both have a kitchenette equipped to cater to guests’ basic self-catering needs while air-conditioning, a TV and DStv with selected channels are also available. Braai facilities, free Wi-Fi, a swimming pool and secure parking are available on the premises.
Activities to enjoy in Graaff-Reinet include trout fishing, birding, hiking, paragliding, and specialised tours for game viewing, rock art, fossil studies, and township walkabouts.
The Camdeboo National Park is located in the Karoo and almost completely surrounds the Eastern Cape town of Graaff-Reinet. Formed hundreds of millions of years ago, the Karoo of South Africa is one of the great natural wonders of the world. Camdeboo National Park provides the visitor with insights into the unique landscape and ecosystem of the Karoo, not to mention awesome scenic beauty.
Camdeboo National Park’s accommodation is situated on the floodplains of the Nqweba Dam and accessed via the Lakeview Gate on the N9 towards Middleburg. This area is part of the Park’s game viewing area which is home to buffalo, antelope such as gemsbok, eland, red hartebeest and springbok, smaller mammals such as black-backed jackal, and many bird species.
With an estimated 100,000 people who visit this site each year, the Valley of Desolation is a premier tourist attraction in the region.
There are a number of 4×4 routes that can be explored in both the eastern and western sections of the Park. Day visitors are welcome and can make use of various attractions such as the Valley of Desolation, game viewing area, and a number of picnic sites.