Miller’s House is a 4 Star graded Karoo cottage, situated on a farm in the village. Enjoy the freedom of open space, no neighbours,...
Miller’s House is a 4 Star graded Karoo cottage, situated on a farm in the village. Enjoy the freedom of open space, no neighbours, absolute privacy, breathtaking views of the Swartberg mountains and bird life on the dam, yet be only 2 km away from the centre of town. Millers House is ideal for an overnight, weekend or longer stay. The cottage is a lovely setting for a family, two couples travelling together or even a honeymoon.
Miller's House lies on 180 hectares of private, unspoilt Karoo veld. You can wander up the koppie to admire the view, perhaps even taking a picnic with you, or simply stay on the verandah to indulge in birdwatching, painting, reading or lazing. A brief stroll takes you to the historical Alberts Water Mill.
Miller’s House is tastefully decorated in cool Karoo shades, and provides accommodation which is both spacious and extremely comfortable. The original clay walls and reed ceilings not only add to the ambience and character of the cottage but keep it cool in summer as well.
Both of the bedrooms open onto the patio and each feature a private lounge area with DStv and air-conditioning. Each room also has a king-size bed or twin beds and a fold-out sleeper couch for young children. Ceiling fans provide a breeze in summer, while heaters and electric blankets ensure snug nights in winter. The luxurious en-suite bathrooms contain corner baths, separate showers and heated towel rails. Hairdryers are supplied in each room. The kitchen is fully equipped and features a microwave, a stove, a fridge and a washing machine. A selection of coffees, teas, homemade rusks, milk and sugar are provided. There is also a Weber braai for guests' use.
For those who choose the bed and breakfast option, there are cereals, yoghurt and fruit juice. Should you prefer a heartier breakfast, there is a choice of five restaurants in town.
In the evening you can watch the changing hues of the sky and at full moon, an almost unbelievably huge, buttery, yellow globe slowly rises above the foothills of the Swartberg.