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Annie's Cottage

24 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 11 rooms

Serene ambience in a lovingly restored colonial home situated at the foot of the ‘koppie’ where South Africa’s first commercial mine was...
Serene ambience in a lovingly restored colonial home situated at the foot of the ‘koppie’ where South Africa’s first commercial mine was found. During August to October when the Namaqualand flowers go into bloom nothing compares to the beauty of our area. Eleven luxury en-suite rooms offer comfort and a feeling of ‘coming home’ for the weary traveller. Enjoy a cool afternoon in our oasis-like garden filled with fantasy and little private corners under ancient Jacaranda trees, a lazy afternoon on our veranda with a book and something to drink or a fun-filled day with the children by the swimming pool. All rooms have private entrances onto the veranda, into the garden or their own private patio to ensure that our guest enjoy their stay here. Every room is decorated in a unique style to give it its own personality, with Egyptian cotton bedding and feather down duvets and pillows you can rest assured you sleeping in luxury. All rooms are en-suite with either bath or shower or both, with crisp white towel sets and matching his and her robes. Rooms are equipped with internet-connections, television with selected DSTV channels and M-Net as well as fully stocked bar-fridges for your enjoyment. The friendly staff at Annie’s Cottage will also provide for all your further requirements.
from R1560

Jeanrico Farm Accommodation

50 Reviews
Sleeps 34 in 8 rooms

Jeanrico Farm Accommodation is a rustic working farm nestled in the crimson shadows of the...
Jeanrico Farm Accommodation is a rustic working farm nestled in the crimson shadows of the Kamiesberg mountain range and offers three comfortable en-suite bedrooms and one stone cottage. Let the Namaqualand explosion of fauna and flora entice you to an enchanting and colourful visit. Enjoy walking, hiking, mountain biking, swimming, bird watching or simply unwind in a very tranquil and serene setting. Great 4x4 tracks to the top of the property. At night, guests can relax by open fires under a carpet of stars that seem to be close enough to touch, while good cuisine and friendly company will soothe the stress and weariness caused by city life. Enjoy wholsome breakfasts and dinners provided by the farm.
from R150

African Dawn B&B

14 Reviews
Sleeps 13 in 5 rooms

Welcome to Calvinia Retreat which comprises of African Dawn B&B and Coffee Shop. African Dawn B&B is a tranquil retreat, a place to relax...
Welcome to Calvinia Retreat which comprises of African Dawn B&B and Coffee Shop. African Dawn B&B is a tranquil retreat, a place to relax and unwind in the heart of the Karoo. We offer quality, spacious and private accommodation to leisure and corporate travellers. Calvinia is situated in the Northern Cape about halfway between Cape Town and Upington. The town is at the foot of the Hantam Mountains. Hantam being a Khoi word meaning “where the red bulbs grow.” At our Coffee Shop, enjoy a cappuccino and a slice of homemade cheese cake or indulge in something from our comprehensive menu.
from R730

Calvinia Guesthouse

3 Reviews
Sleeps 11 in 4 rooms

Situated in the heart of Calvinia with its three majestic mountain ranges and seemingly endless views, the Calvinia Guesthouse offers...
Situated in the heart of Calvinia with its three majestic mountain ranges and seemingly endless views, the Calvinia Guesthouse offers guests an ideal stopover between Upington and Cape Town. Calvinia Guesthouse offers exceptional value for money with unprecedented hospitality, friendliness and service. The fusion of old and new makes each of the four rooms spacious and comfortable with well equipped facilities. This attractive Karoo town lies in one of the largest wool-producing districts in South Africa, located about half-way between Cape Town and Upington. Your hosts Talita and Leon will make you feel welcome and right at home. Special rate for families of three or more. Please enquirer when requesting a quote.
from R580

Kleinplasie Gastehuis

9 Reviews
Sleeps 50 in 21 rooms

Kleinplasie Gastehuis in Namaqualand is an ideal stopover for travellers en route to Namibia. It is conveniently situated close to the...
Kleinplasie Gastehuis in Namaqualand is an ideal stopover for travellers en route to Namibia. It is conveniently situated close to the centre of town and the tourist information office. Kleinplasie Gastehuis provides conference facilities, DStv, air-conditioners, Wi-Fi Internet access and safe parking. Overnight or stay longer in one of 23 luxuriously-equipped chalets in a secure, home-from-home environment. Enjoy the peaceful and tranquil setting, friendly staff and management. Spend a lazy afternoon or a fun-filled day with the children by the swimming pool. Take a scenic drive to the lovely town and surrounding area. All rooms and chalets have private entrances into the garden as well as a private braai facility on the patio.
from R1200

Sutherland Guest House

14 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 3 rooms

A four-bedroom guest house with countryside charm and atmosphere. Perfect accommodation for up to 10 people. Sutherland is nestled in the...
A four-bedroom guest house with countryside charm and atmosphere. Perfect accommodation for up to 10 people. Sutherland is nestled in the Roggeveld Mountains. They say we are the coldest town in South Africa, but at Sutherland Guest House we will warm-heartedly welcome you.  This is a typical Karoo-style house built with stone and sporting a big verandah and thick walls. The house is suitable for two to 10 people and may be hired to a group of people who would like to do self-catering. We can also spoil you with a lovely farm-style breakfast. The rooms have their own bathrooms and the beds have electric blankets for those chilly winter nights. Each room has coffee and tea facilities. In the big lounge and dining room you can relax in front of a warm fire and forget about all your troubles. Sutherland is known for the Southern Africa Large Telescope at the observatory, a mere 15 km from town. You can do a day or night tour at the observatory, but bookings are essential. The museum, the birthplace of the Afrikaans writers and poets, NP van Wyk Louw and his brother, EG Louw is also worth a visit. The Dutch Reform Church, with its beautiful organ and history of the Anglo Boer War is a must see. Our fauna and flora, the place of the riverine rabbit, rare butterflies, sutherlandia and many more flowers in spring will amaze you.
from R500

Kliphuis Country Inn

7 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 6 rooms

Klipshuis Country Inn offers comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation on the edge of the small town of Fraserburg. The accommodation...
Klipshuis Country Inn offers comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation on the edge of the small town of Fraserburg. The accommodation offers five rooms ideal for travellers looking for a unique vacation destination. The country-style accommodation is simple yet elegant with all bedding provided. The rooms are furnished with antique furniture and have that country-living feel. Guest can relax on the patio, take a dip in the swimming pool or simply take a stroll through the small town. We also offer a conference facility on request. On the property you will also find a restaurant to cater for any additional meal requirements. The town may be off the beaten track but has a certain charm that reflects the history and culture of the residents.
from R910

Jakkalswater Gasteplaas

22 Reviews
Sleeps 48 in 8 rooms

Jakkalswater is a beautiful guest farm located near Springbok. The farm is a new development located next to a golf course. Here you will...
Jakkalswater is a beautiful guest farm located near Springbok. The farm is a new development located next to a golf course. Here you will find a tranquil campsite along with five chalets among the wild flowers. The chalets are all comfortably furnished and bedding and towels are provided. The rooms are equipped with tea and coffee-making facilities and minibars with soft drinks. A breakfast can be ordered from our menu. The camping and caravan sites are located at the main entrance and can accommodate both caravans and tents. At Jakkalswater we only make use of solar power and gas. Breakfast baskets are available to campers, as well as self-catering braai packs and firewood on request. Guests will need to ensure that food is kept locked away at all times as the baboons might come looking around for a snack. Feeding the animals is prohibited. Other farm animals can be viewed and fed. Activities and facilities include nature hikes, a children’s play area, a splash pool for children and a traditional farm dam for adults to cool off in.
from R650

Old Mill Lodge

12 Reviews
Sleeps 37 in 13 rooms

Situated in the heart of Namaqualand at the foot of a solid rock face, the Old Mill Lodge lies nestled among tall trees, offering a cool...
Situated in the heart of Namaqualand at the foot of a solid rock face, the Old Mill Lodge lies nestled among tall trees, offering a cool haven for the weary and discerning traveller. Old Mill Lodge provides both bed and breakfast and self-catering accommodation, making it an ideal choice for an extended stay should you be exploring Springbok in the Northern Cape. We offer beautifully appointed spacious suites, luxuriously furnished with an Old World charm. Every effort is made to ensure that guests at Old Mill Lodge have a pleasant and memorable experience. The lodge is located a stone's throw from the Goegap and Namaqua National Parks, and is an ideal base from which to explore the Richtersveld, Fish River Canyon, Orange River, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, and Augrabies National Park.
from R1080

Kambro Kind B & B

17 Reviews
Sleeps 17 in 6 rooms

Kambro Kind B & B is situated in Sutherland, which is the coldest place in South Africa. You get the warmest welcome by your hosts, Gary...
Kambro Kind B & B is situated in Sutherland, which is the coldest place in South Africa. You get the warmest welcome by your hosts, Gary and Juanita Hutchings; Juanita is the daughter of Jurg and Rita Wagener. The guest house consists of six en-suite rooms. Each room has a wall heating panel, electric blankets, linen, towels and toiletries. They are furnished in traditional country style and there is Selected DStv in the bedrooms, a cosy fireplace and the Universe Room with many books and magazines about astronomy. The Tolhuis is an outside, fully sheltered braai area, a fully equipped kitchen area for guests’ use. Safe parking is available with five carports. Visit the famous South African Large Telescope or do a scenic route towards the Ouberg Pass on the escarpment and see how the road winds down some 1000 m below.
from R900

Desert Rose Guest House

2 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 9 rooms

Desert Rose is an upmarket guest house situated in the heart of Namaqualand, Springbok, offering superb B&B and self-catering accommodation...
Desert Rose is an upmarket guest house situated in the heart of Namaqualand, Springbok, offering superb B&B and self-catering accommodation at reasonable rates. Spectacular views of the surrounding granite hills and picturesque town are visible from your room. All the rooms are spacious with air-conditioners, DStv, en-suite bathrooms, private entrances, fridges and tea and coffee-making facilities. The self-catering units each have one bedroom containing a double and a single bed. It also has a double sleeper couch in the living area. The units have secure parking. Situated in a quiet residential area, yet still a very central place to stay whether on holiday, working or driving through. We are also within walking distance of restaurants, shops, banks and many more.
from R1085

Boesmanland Guesthouse

7 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

Boesmanland Guesthouse can be found in the quaint little town of Springbok in the heart of Namaqualand in the Northern Cape. It is...
Boesmanland Guesthouse can be found in the quaint little town of Springbok in the heart of Namaqualand in the Northern Cape. It is situated on the N7 between Cape Town and Namibia, offering the perfect stopover for the traveller or the tourist exploring the lovely countryside. We have four spacious, air-conditioned bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and a self-catering kitchenette in the house that sleeps eight guests. There are braai facilities outside for a truly South African experience. Be sure to visit us during the flower season when the entire countryside is covered in a myriad of colours. We pride ourselves in making your stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible.
from R500

Elkoweru Guest House

22 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 12 rooms

Elkoweru Guest House offers upmarket accommodation at budget tariffs and is a wonderful option for those travelling through the small town...
Elkoweru Guest House offers upmarket accommodation at budget tariffs and is a wonderful option for those travelling through the small town of Springbok. Surrounded by lush gardens it is ideal for those looking for a tranquil retreat. The guest house offers a range of rooms from luxury en-suite rooms to self-catering units. All of the rooms are equipped with great facilities including DStv, coffee and tea facilities, bar fridge, fans, heaters, safe, radio alarms and safe off street parking. Free Wi-Fi at reception. Should guests require meals, wonderful home-cooked breakfasts, dinners and lunchboxes can be arranged at an additional charges. We have a gym on the premises at additional charges.
from R820

Die Blou Nartjie Guesthouse and Restaurant

33 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 8 rooms

Die Blou Nartjie Guesthouse and Restaurant comes highly recommended by the AA as a bed and...
Die Blou Nartjie Guesthouse and Restaurant comes highly recommended by the AA as a bed and breakfast in the guest house industry. We offer first class guest house accommodation with a fully licensed restaurant on the premises. We have eight luxurious and spacious double rooms available, each with their own en-suite bathroom and safe parking. Two of the double rooms have sleeper couches for children. Satellite TV and air-conditioning ensure that guests have a comfortable and enjoyable stay. There is a swimming pool situated in a spacious garden which is ideal for the notorious Karoo summers. Children and pets are most welcome.
from R680

Kliprand Guesthouse

25 Reviews
Sleeps 15 in 7 rooms

Kliprand Guesthouse is situated in the lovely town of Springbok, which is world-renowned as the Namaqualand Flower Capital. It is the...
Kliprand Guesthouse is situated in the lovely town of Springbok, which is world-renowned as the Namaqualand Flower Capital. It is the perfect stopover on the main N7 highway between Cape Town and Namibia. We offer six comfortable rooms equipped with full DStv, air-conditioning and heaters. There is a lovely communal lounge area with a library for all guests to relax. Breakfast is also available at an additional charge. Enjoy the charming swimming pool with sun loungers on a hot summers day, or even a great barbecue with some friends. Springbok lies in a narrow valley between the high granite domes of the Klein Koperberge, which are locally referred to as Klipkoppe. It is also the perfect stopover for a trip to the Richtersveld National Park, where river rafting on the Orange River or 4x4 trails can be enjoyed.
from R1060

Primrose Cottage

37 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Having travelled around the world together, Denise and her husband David, amateur astronomer and retired tour manager at the Observatory,...
Having travelled around the world together, Denise and her husband David, amateur astronomer and retired tour manager at the Observatory, now welcome you to their stone cottage on grounds dotted with fruit trees and grapevines. Private lazer star gazing can be provided on request. There is a double room en-suite and a twin bedded room with private bathroom. All rooms are equipped with heaters and electric blankets for those cold winter nights. We also have undercover parking for all vehicles to shelter them from the frost. There is an excellent music collection and an extensive library for those who want to relax and experience the snow in comfort. An authentic English breakfast is provided in the yellow wood dining room. Take time to relax on the drive from Matjiesfontein, enjoy the Karoo scenery and stop occasionally to listen to the silence. The climb through the Verlatenkloof pass is stunning, after which the telescopes at the observatory can be seen quite clearly on the eastern horizon. Sutherland has become well known for the Southern African Large Telescope, inaugurated in November 2005 at the already world-famous observatory. Visitors should take advantage of one of the regular, extremely interesting tours of the observatory telescopes including the visitors centre and the SALT project. For those interested in history, there are military graves in the Boer war cemetery and a tour of the NG church where the soldiers were billeted is a must. A door containing graffiti written by the soldiers can still be seen. Sutherland is also the home of the Louw brothers, well known Afrikaans authors. Their house is now a museum. For the birdwatcher, Sutherland has a species count of 191, more than 20 of which are endemic. Most of these endemics can be seen within the grounds of Primrose Cottage at the right time. Let David and Denise identify these birds for you and of course point out the constellations visible in the incredibly clear night skies over Sutherland.
from R680

Grootvalleij Farm Accommodation

13 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Grootvalleij Farm Accommodation is situated 18 km west of Kamieskroon on the farm Grootvallei and...
Grootvalleij Farm Accommodation is situated 18 km west of Kamieskroon on the farm Grootvallei and is en route to Soebatsfontein and Hondeklipbay, making it ideally situated for exploring the entire area stretching from mountain to coast. The guest house offers two self-catering cottages; the romantic Blommehuisie or the Kliphuisie. Percale linen and towels are provided for both units. The Blommehuisie is furnished with a double bed and has an en-suite bathroom with a shower. The cottage does not have electricity but gas is used for heating and cooking. The kitchen is equipped with a gas stove, cutlery and crockery, and guests can enjoy their meals at the dining table. The cottage also has a cosy fireplace and a boma outside, and braai wood is for sale. The Kliphuisie is furnished with twin beds and has an en-suite bathroom with a shower only. Situated near the homestead, this cottage has electricity and the kitchen is equipped with an oven, stove and fridge. Grootvalleij Farm Accommodation offers guests a chance to enjoy complete privacy as well as some of the most breathtaking flowers in the area; not open to the general public. Take the walking trail leading to the “Top of the World” or to just spend some time under the stars.
from R500

Sterland Baroe Bed and Breakfast

2 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 2 rooms

Sterland Baroe Bed and Breakfast is ideal for four to six people travelling together. The cottage...
Sterland Baroe Bed and Breakfast is ideal for four to six people travelling together. The cottage can be rented on a bed and breakfast basis with the option of self-catering. The cottage has two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. The bedrooms share a cosy lounge with a TV, Selected DStv and indoor fireplace - perfect for the cold winter months. Breakfast is served at the main house, Kambrokind, only two blocks away. The cottage has a fully equipped kitchen and facilities include a fridge, a microwave, a two-plate stove and tea and coffee-making facilities. There is also an outdoor braai area. Sutherland is a beautiful, quiet area in the middle of the Karoo and is best known as the site for the South African Large Telescope (SALT). An observatory tour is a must, as well as a private stargazing session right outside town.
from R840

Rosa Villa Guest House

2 Reviews
Sleeps 5 in 2 rooms

Situated on a farm close to Sutherland, guests will find Villa Rosa Guest House. Located near the main farm house, guests stay in a quaint...
Situated on a farm close to Sutherland, guests will find Villa Rosa Guest House. Located near the main farm house, guests stay in a quaint wooden house with three bedrooms. The rooms are furnished with single beds and guests share a bathroom. The kitchen is fully equipped with a stove and a freezer and a small dining area where guests can enjoy their meals. The lounge has comfortable couches and a TV with DStv is available. Guests can make use of the barbecue facilities and watch the Karoo sunsets and the starry skies. Sutherland has wide open spaces, making it ideal for watching the stars at night and enjoying the peace and quiet of the surroundings. It is also home to the South African Astronomical Observatory. Sutherland is one of the coldest towns in the country and visits during the winter promise a snowy wonderland.
from R300

Sterland Skrywershuisie & Annex

1 Review
Sleeps 6 in 2 rooms

Sterland Skrywershuisie & Annex is ideal for four to six people travelling together. The cottage...
Sterland Skrywershuisie & Annex is ideal for four to six people travelling together. The cottage can be rented on a bed and breakfast basis with the option of self-catering. The cottage has two bedrooms with a shared a bathroom. The bedrooms share a cosy lounge with a TV, Selected DStv and indoor fireplace - perfect for the cold winter months. Breakfast is served at the main house, Kambrokind, only three blocks away. Skrywershuisie Annex is a small, comfortable room which is ideal for a one night sleepover or extra room for a group joining the other guests at Skrywershuisie. The cottage has a fully equipped kitchen and facilities include a fridge, a microwave, a two-plate stove and tea and coffee-making facilities. Sutherland is a beautiful, quiet area in the middle of the Karoo and is best known as the site for the South African Large Telescope (SALT). An observatory tour is a must, as well as a private stargazing session right outside town.
from R840

Namaqualand South Africa

Namaqualand Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
You enter the Namaqualand wonderland approximately 5 hours drive north of Cape Town. The annual transformation of this semi-desert wilderness is a wonder of the world not to be missed.

Evidence of the spring flowers begins even in Cape Town on your drive out, and progresses as you drive North along the N7. The wild flower route includes the Richtersveld National Park, Goegap Nature Reserve, and Skilpad Wild Flower Reserve.

Thousands of seed varieties lie dormant, awaiting germination, then bursting forth between July and October for both tourists and locals delight and absolute pleasure.

Standing amongst the world famous Namaqualand spring flowers is a breathtaking experience you will never forget, likened to being inside an artists flamboyant palette.

While you are there, take the opportunity to try angling at the Olifants River and Clanwilliam Dam, well-known for smallmouth bass, yellowfish and largemouth bass.

The Clanwilliam Dam itself offers ideal opportunities for boating, canoeing, waterskiing, yachting and powerboating. Pack a picnic, and make a day of it with the family that they will never forget.

The Cedarberg has idyllic pools, a godsend on a hot day. The Olifants River also offers swimming opportunities throughout its course.

The experience of hiking in the Cedarberg will remain with you forever. It is truly a unique and magical place, treasured in the hearts of those who have discovered it.
You enter the Namaqualand wonderland approximately 5 hours drive north of Cape Town. The annual transformation of this semi-desert wilderness is a wonder of the world not to be missed.

Evidence of the spring flowers begins even in Cape Town on... Read more
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