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Toverberg Guest Houses

132 Reviews
Sleeps 15 in 4 rooms

Toverberg Guest Houses consist of restored historical town houses in the quiet part of Colesberg. Colesberg is a traveler's oasis on the...
Toverberg Guest Houses consist of restored historical town houses in the quiet part of Colesberg. Colesberg is a traveler's oasis on the main routes to the coast and interior where the N1 and the N9 meet. In Bell Street, rich in history, we offer two- and one-bedroom private units with limited self-catering facilities, DSTV bouquet and lockup garages. Breakfast is provided on request. All our accommodation is pet and child friendly. Restaurants, museum, and shops are within walking distance. From its earliest days Colesberg has been a bustling town yet also a resting and meeting place. It became the gateway to the north for explorers and hunters, later for those adventurous enough in seeking their fortune on the Diamond and Goldfields. Colesberg today, is also the southern gateway to the Lake Xariep Tourist Route R58. This route R58 covers Gariepdam, Norvalspont, Venterstad, Oviston and Bethulie. The Colesberg-Kemper Museum with its 19th century toy collection and memorabilia is the permanent house to the UNISA Karoo Nomad Photographic Exhibition. Of interest are also the Anglo-Boer War and the Struggle rooms. Together with Anglo-Boer War sites and a fine selection of 19th century buildings Colesberg offers an exciting reflection on the past and present. In close proximity you can enjoy a nine-hole golf course with challenging Karoo fairways, well-maintained grass greens, aprons and well-equipped club house facilities. Other facilities in town include tennis courts, cycling and walking routes, the family and pet walking route, bird watching and unique sunrises and sunsets as only the Karoo has to offer. The Doornkloof Nature Reserve is approximately 45 km North-west of Colesberg around the confluence of the Zeekoei and Orange Rivers. We welcome you to experience and explore the town, enjoy the warm hospitality of this unique place and its people.
from R720

Die Kleipot Guesthouse

27 Reviews
Sleeps 29 in 10 rooms

Die Kleipot Guesthouse is located in the upper part of Colesberg, we are the overnight stop-over for people travelling between...
Die Kleipot Guesthouse is located in the upper part of Colesberg, we are the overnight stop-over for people travelling between Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. We are in the middle of our country and the Gariep dam is 50 km away. Our guesthouse has 10 rooms most of them are family rooms with double and single beds. All the rooms have coffee and tea-making facilities and a fridge. The rooms also offer a heater, a fan, DStv and all rooms are en-suite. We have a playground for children and a swimming pool.
from R700

Okiep Country Hotel

20 Reviews
Sleeps 75 in 29 rooms

Okiep Country Hotel is a convenient stopover or holiday base for tourists, nature lovers, businessmen, and travellers. Located 100 km from...
Okiep Country Hotel is a convenient stopover or holiday base for tourists, nature lovers, businessmen, and travellers. Located 100 km from the Namibian border on the N7 in the heart of Namaqualand, the hotel is the ideal stopover between Cape Town and Windhoek. Malcolm and his friendly staff offer you traditional country hospitality in a modern and elegant setting in the historic town of Okiep, once the site of the richest copper mine in the world. Tours to the surrounding areas are also available on request. All rooms are en-suite, with air-conditioning and DStv. Okiep is the oldest mining town in South Africa, where copper was first discovered and mined in 1855. A railway line from Okiep to Port Nolloth was built in 1866 for the shipping of copper, and because there was not enough water for the steam engines, the Namaqualand Mule Train was pulled by mules until 1890. In 1918 the Okiep copper mines ceased operating and the place almost became a ghost town. In springtime, Okiep is - like the whole of Namaqualand - very rich in blossoming wild flowers.
from R1036

Hadida Guest House

107 Reviews
Sleeps 61 in 16 rooms

Comfortable and private accommodation in fully equipped single, double and family units. We are conveniently situated in a quiet...
Comfortable and private accommodation in fully equipped single, double and family units. We are conveniently situated in a quiet residential neighborhood, close to the famous Big Hole and other tourist attractions. Breakfast is self-catering or available on request. Visitors mainly consist of national and international tourists, business travelers and family groups. Hadida Guest House is also a popular sleepover when traveling between Cape Town and Johannesburg. All our self-contained units are unique and individually decorated to provide a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere where visitors will feel immediately at home. The en-suite bathrooms, self-catering facilities and own outside entrances of each unit provide complete privacy for guests. Units are serviced daily and our friendly personnel are always available for assistance. Facilities includes tuck shop, television with M-net or DStv in each unit, all units have self-catering facilities with microwave oven, refrigerator, kettle and more, breakfast is available on request and disabled friendly only some units. Children of all ages are welcome in a single/double and family units. Private self-contained units with en-suite bathrooms and own outside entrances.
from R550

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

Honnehokke Resort

24 Reviews
Sleeps 29 in 6 rooms

The Honnehokke Resort was the first establishment offering accommodation in Hondeklipbaai. The Honnehokke Resort was established in 1993,...
The Honnehokke Resort was the first establishment offering accommodation in Hondeklipbaai. The Honnehokke Resort was established in 1993, renovated in 2013, and has been pointed out by various magazines as the most friendly holiday establishment on the Namaqualand, West Coast. Our chalets are spacious, homely, comfortable, clean, and fully equipped. Should you need anything, we will try our best to provide it. Experience an exquisite sleep under our goose down duvets. We can accommodate one to six guests at affordable prices. All our chalets have en-suite bathrooms in the main bedrooms, no need to venture outside in the middle of the night. Each chalet has a private braai area, but should you refer, you can also make use of the braai area in the entertainment area. The Honnehokke Resort is a tranquil oasis for those tired of the buzz of City life. You can relax with a book from our extensive library, enjoy hours at the beach, without having to share it with others, wander around in safety, watch the beautiful sunsets, go cycling and many more. We also offer you table tennis, a pool table and foosball. For the energetic, we have a Trojan Power Station Gym. We also welcome your socialized pets, as we know you love yours as much as we love ours. We pride ourselves with the fact that we have the only swimming pool in town where our guests, those not brave enough to face the cold waters of the ocean, can cool down. The swimming pool and entertainment area now is under-roof to provide shelter against the well-known West Coast wind. Breakfast and dinner can be booked prior to arrival.
from R650

Akkedisbult Cottage

30 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Akkedisbult Cottage offers comfortable accommodation situated on a working farm, off the N12 in the Northern Cape. The cottage consists of...
Akkedisbult Cottage offers comfortable accommodation situated on a working farm, off the N12 in the Northern Cape. The cottage consists of two bedrooms, a private bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen and an open-plan living area. A select DSTV is a fixture in the cottage. There is a lovely patio area and the garden is completely fenced off, making it safe for young children and pets. With all the open space surrounding the farm, guests can enjoy long walks or mountain bike rides. The large stone reservoir at the main house provides a refreshing break in summer time. There are braai facilities available with wood supplied. Experience a very unique opportunity to feed Springbok, as they come within two metres of the vehicle. It offers a perfect chance to take stunning photographs. Snacks and beverages can be taken along by prior arrangement, while enjoying the sunset at the same time.
from R400

Ou Skool Guesthouse

13 Reviews
Sleeps 26 in 7 rooms

Ou Skool Guest House is recently renovated from an old school, which was closed down in the early seventies. Ou Skool Guest House is a...
Ou Skool Guest House is recently renovated from an old school, which was closed down in the early seventies. Ou Skool Guest House is a convenient stopover or holiday base for the tourist, nature lover, businessmen and travellers alike on the route to the Kalahari, Augrabies Falls, Riemvasmaak, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and the West Coats of South Africa. We are situated on the Kenhardt Main Road, just 5 km outside Keimoes. Set amongst luscious vineyards in the heart of the Northern Cape, our stylish decorated establishment guarantees a comfortable stay. We offer a range of accommodation that includes a choice of Ten luxury bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms this includes a self-catering unit and family room. Card facilities are also available. We also offer camping facilities with outstanding ablution facilities, a farm stall as well as a bar on the premises and the coffee shop is open from 10:00 to 20:00. Ou Skool Guest House is pet friendly and should you have any dietary requirement; we cook to your preferences. We look forward to a visit from you. We give the best value for money. Note that dinner can be requested. Please do so before 15:00 on day of arrival.
from R140

Cunningham Cottage

18 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 9 rooms

The Cunningham Cottage is located along a rivulet sourced from the The Eye, a natural spring that runs part of its course through the...
The Cunningham Cottage is located along a rivulet sourced from the The Eye, a natural spring that runs part of its course through the property. This phenomenon delivers 20 million litres of water daily to the town of Kuruman and through the years it has never ceased in capacity. They say, "The ornament of our guest house is the people who grace it". Your hosts, Gert and Bernice Kotze look forward to meeting you. The stone cottage has nine en-suite rooms, decorated with care and comfort in mind and built around the main house with individual private entrances. We offer a full breakfast English and continental breakfast and for your convenience, lunch packs and dinners on request. Safe parking is available on the premises. A place of interest near Kuruman would be the White and Roaring Sands Nature Reserve, where the sand roars when it is dry. Kuruman, also known as the Oasis of the Kalahari, lies on the main route between Gauteng, Namibia and Cape Town via Upington. This is a part of South Africa is a medley of unspoilt beauty to experience.
from R1100

Dundi Lodge Augrabies Falls

17 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 9 rooms

Situated in close proximity to the renowned Augrabies Falls and in the heart of South Africa’s...
Situated in close proximity to the renowned Augrabies Falls and in the heart of South Africa’s largest export table-grape producing region, Dundi is a cool, quiet and convenient retreat for both leisure and corporate visitors to the region. Tranquil and spacious interiors open on to a central courtyard and pool area, while our popular restaurant is an ideal venue to entertain clients, celebrate with friends or simply enjoy a delicious meal with select wines at the end of a busy day. Stylish accommodation (11) is well-appointed and with guests needs carefully considered. The Dundi airstrip allows for the convenience of charter flights into the region; and our sister operation Kalahari Out ventures offer a range of river activities including rafting, fly fishing, nature paddles and overnight safaris, which can be booked. Also available (by arrangement) on our private game reserve is a three hour game drive on open game-viewers with professional guides to view some of Africa’s big game in a region known for its spectacular scenery. Dundi Lodge is also the perfect stop over en route to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park or flying enthusiasts on a fly-in safari. Our staff has a thorough knowledge of the area and will gladly assist you with bookings.
from R1390

Tarantula Self-catering Accommodation

34 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 3 rooms

Tarantula Self-catering offers comfortable accommodation in two fully furnished units located on...
Tarantula Self-catering offers comfortable accommodation in two fully furnished units located on the outskirts of Calvinia. The units are ideal for couples or small families visiting the small town and they have spectacular views of the beautiful Hantam Mountains. These private units have their own entrances and are fully equipped for self-catering. Each open-plan kitchen is equipped with a microwave, stove, hob, kettle, toaster, cutlery and crockery. All units are equipped with king-size beds, with bedding and electric blankets provided. The units are fully air-conditioned and each has a private patio with braai facilities. Calvinia is an attractive little town in the Northern Cape. Guests can enquire at the local tourism office about guided walking tours of the town's special places of interest.
from R680

Slypsteen Guest Farm

19 Reviews
Sleeps 24 in 6 rooms

Slypsteen Guest Farm is situated near Upington on the way to Namibia. The guest farm is built on a small mountain and overlooks the...
Slypsteen Guest Farm is situated near Upington on the way to Namibia. The guest farm is built on a small mountain and overlooks the beautiful Orange River Valley. The Chalets have beautiful views of the Orange River, all the different vineyards and the most beautiful sunsets. We offer three self-catering Chalets with four beds in each. Each unit is air-conditioned and well equipped. There are three smaller Rondavels with a single bed in each and they are also fully equipped for self-catering. A restaurant is available on-site for booked breakfasts and dinners. A beautiful chapel built of stone offers seating for 30 people, making it ideal for small weddings. All of the buildings have thatched roofs. Mount Zion Bible School is on-site and teaching is given to Bible study groups, other groups, youth and other leaders. If you find yourself in need of a special time of spiritual growth, Slypsteen Guest Farm invites you.
from R600

Kathu Inn

2 Reviews
Sleeps 222 in 111 rooms

Kathu Inn is ideally situated in Kathu. Kathu is conveniently located in between Upington and Vryburg with about a two hour drive to each....
Kathu Inn is ideally situated in Kathu. Kathu is conveniently located in between Upington and Vryburg with about a two hour drive to each. Kimberley is a mere three hour drive away. Each room contains either a double bed or twin single beds, an en-suite bathroom, a TV with DStv, tea and coffee-making facilities and is air-conditioning. Units are self service and well equipped. On-site parking is available. Outside we have braai facilities and a splash pool to cool down in. Come try our newly opened restaurant, or make use of our conference room, general manager will be happy to discuss your requirements.
from R850

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

Kenhardt Hotel

4 Reviews
Sleeps 40 in 16 rooms

Kenhardt Hotel is situated on the R27 to Cape Town, halfway between Pretoria or Johannesburg and Cape Town. For real country hospitality...
Kenhardt Hotel is situated on the R27 to Cape Town, halfway between Pretoria or Johannesburg and Cape Town. For real country hospitality and home-cooked meals, a stop at Kenhardt Hotel is beyond compare. Each room is equipped with air-conditioning and an en-suite bathroom, as well as a TV with local channels. The self-catering flat features a kitchenette with fridge and is ideal for a family, or for slightly longer stays. For hospitality and value for money like nowhere else, Kenhardt Hotel is the ideal location for you.
from R400

Blesfontein Guest Farm

13 Reviews
Sleeps 32 in 9 rooms

Blesfontein is situated 28 km southwest of Sutherland in the Northern Cape. This large working farm offers nine self-catering rooms, each...
Blesfontein is situated 28 km southwest of Sutherland in the Northern Cape. This large working farm offers nine self-catering rooms, each on a different part of the farm. The stone units are all basic yet offer all the necessary amenities for self-catering. Each unit has its own bathroom facilities and most units have an indoor fireplace or a braai outside. The farm itself offers a large terrain to explore either by taking a long relaxing walk or heading out on your mountain bike. There is also an abundance of animals and bird life on the farm. In the cement reservoir next to the Poplar trees down the hill we have a lot of friendly Koi fish. The tame farmyard animals are harmless and friendly. Although all the animals are fed regularly you are allowed to feed them at any time of the day.
from R460

Anneline's

86 Reviews
Sleeps 11 in 4 rooms

Anneline’s is situated in Colesberg and provides the perfect stopover in the centre of South Africa for tired travellers. The guest house...
Anneline’s is situated in Colesberg and provides the perfect stopover in the centre of South Africa for tired travellers. The guest house is located in a quiet street that runs parallel to the main street, and which is within walking distance to all amenities. Each spacious room features selected DStv, air-conditioning, electric blankets, tea and coffee-making facilities, and a fridge. Secure parking with a private entrance and remote control gate is provided and guests are also welcome to use the barbecue facilities and swimming pool.
from R580
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Villa Borghesi

9 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

February Special   Villa Borghesi is located in Upington and is within walking distance to the town and set close to the mighty Orange River. The villa...
Villa Borghesi is located in Upington and is within walking distance to the town and set close to the mighty Orange River. The villa offer three twin rooms and one double room. Room service is available and each room is fitted with air-conditioning, satellite TV, a mini-fridge and tea-and-coffee making facilities. The en-suite bathrooms are equipped with a shower. The friendly and welcoming managers lives on site and are there to assist. The owner has travelled for the past 11 years and recognises what guests needs.
from R600

Verbe Caravan Park

20 Reviews
Sleeps 100 in 50 rooms

To enjoy the authentic Namaqualand experience which has so much to offer its guests in terms of the environment, Verbe Caravan Park is the...
To enjoy the authentic Namaqualand experience which has so much to offer its guests in terms of the environment, Verbe Caravan Park is the ideal place for pure tranquillity. Situated in Kramieskroon district, the heart of the flower country, Verbe makes for the best spot from which to explore the beautiful natural wonders of Namaqualand. The park is surrounded by mountains with Sneeukop in the north, Boesmankop in the west and Kardouw in the east. The famous Namaqua National Park is only 27 km from Kamieskroon. The private park has 50 campsites, each with water and electricity. The spotless ablution facilities have hot and cold water and there are covered and open-air braai facilities. Make this your home base while exploring the heartland of Namaqualand's famous flower world. Our farm accommodation reflects the old Namaqualand culture and is located between Garies and Springbok.
from R240

Orania Réhobot Self-help Tuishuis

7 Reviews
Sleeps 7 in 2 rooms

Orania Réhobot Self-help Tuishuis is located in the small town of Orania, on the banks of the...
Orania Réhobot Self-help Tuishuis is located in the small town of Orania, on the banks of the Orange River. Guests have a choice of staying in one of two units; the Small Apartment or the Big Apartment. Each unit has a kitchen with a gas stove, a fridge, a microwave, a kettle and a toaster. We provide fans and baby cots on request and towels are available at an additional cost. The Small Apartment offers two single beds and a bathroom with a shower. The Big Apartment has one bedroom with a single bed, a double bed and a sleeper. Under-cover parking is available to guests staying in the Small Apartment. Please note that the rates displayed for the Big Apartment are for the the first two guests, each additional adult pays an additional rate of R85 and children under 12 years, R60. Please enquire for more accurate rates. Orania offers a range of activities and attractions. Those not in the mood for water sports can visit the museum, go birdwatching or search for rock art in the hills around the town. The Koeksister Monument is located by the town pool.
from R330

Northern Cape South Africa

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The Northern Cape is South Africa's biggest and least densely populated province. Consisting mostly of Karoo semi-desert and Kalahari thirstland, it's all about wide open spaces, big skies and immense distances. But it's not all drab and dusty by any means. The Orange River, which flows through the province, is a long, luscious, linear oasis where the combination of generous irrigation and year-round sunshine produces succulently sweet grapes for the fashionable tables of the world as well as a significant crop for wine production. Dates, too, are grown in profusion in the warm sunshine. The Ai Ais/Richtersveld Transfrontier Park consists mostly of a spectacular desert mountain range that straddles the Orange River, which is the border between the Northern Cape and Namibia. It's a hotspot of botanical diversity with an impressive array of flowering succulent plants. It's also an interesting cultural destination, where nomadic herders still tend their flocks of goats and live in their traditional matjieshuise, which are basically stone age tents - portable homes made from straw mats and a framework of sticks.

As well as the awesome botanical diversity and dramatic scenery, visitors to the Richtersveld are likely to see lots of birds and some small game. There are only three ways of seeing this austerely beautiful landscape. There is a four-by-four trail, which can be done either independently or escorted, a hiking trail only for the very fit and - the easiest of the lot - fantastically relaxing escorted multi-day canoeing and rafting trips on the Orange River. The Augrabies National Park, which is centred on the thundering Augrabies Falls and its spectacular granite gorge, has great birding, some small game and a fun hiking trail. Close by is the settlement of Riemvasmaak, which the original inhabitants regained in South Africa's first land restitution agreement. There is a four-by-four trail, warmsprings and some pretty self-catering cottages, all run by the Riemvasmaak community. A part of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park has also been the subject of a land restitution agreement and was returned to a band of San (or Bushmen) but with less success than Riemvasmaak. Nevertheless, it is an awesome game viewing destination straddling the border between the Northern Cape and Botswana.

The coast is sparsely populated - a few fishing villages here and there and some offshore diamond miners who dredge the ocean floor for the elusive gems that form the basis of the Northern Cape's economy. It was in Kimberley that the South African diamond industry first started. And the glittering baubles hidden under the austere surface of this somewhat Spartan and minimalist landscape are reflected in the mega bright stars sparkling in the crystal clear night air unpolluted by urban lightsources. The small town of Sutherland is the site of the Southern African Large Telescope, otherwise known as SALT. In spring the sere browns and ochres of the desert are transformed into an iridescent carpet of multi-coloured flowers as far as the eye can see. It's probably all the more spectacular for the contrast with its usually subdued palette. The main flower-viewing areas are around the towns of Nieuwoudtville, Garies, Kamieskroon and Springbok.

There are numerous cultural attractions. Many of the mission stations that were built in the Northern Cape over the centuries are practically unchanged. David Moffat's Kuruman Mission, where David Livingstone met his wife, the then Mary Moffat, still stands close to the town of the same name and the enormous freshwater spring, the Eye of Kuruman. There are museums aplenty, fabulous rock art sites and some lovely old buildings. So, yes. Although the Northern Cape is a huge expanse of semi-desert, there is so much to do and see. The many small towns each have their own attractions. Much as Kimberley only exists because of diamond mining, the relatively new town of Kathu exists only because of iron mining. You can tour the huge open cast mine where everything is significantly larger than life.

Even the trains that transport the ore are over two kilometres long. The small, and rather isolated, Karoo town of Victoria West has become a mecca for movie buffs with its art deco Apollo Theatre running regular film festivals. The unusual town of Orania, which is owned by the Afrikaner community that has settled there and tried to form an independent 'republic' within South Africa, is an indication of the level of tolerance that exists in South Africa. The small town of Jan Kempdorp is renowned as an excellent winch-launched paragliding venue with enormous thermals and the town Hotazel gives an indication of what the Kalahari can be like in summer.

Planning a trip to the Northern Cape? A useful and inspirational book to have on the road is the  Getaway Guide to the Karoo, Namaqualand & Kalahari - Out and About in the Northern Cape by Brent Naudé-Moseley & Steve Moseley, who are also the proprietors of Karoo Cottage in Loxton.

Karoo, Namaqualand and Kalahari represents not only some of the most remote areas in southern Africa, but also the most scenic and rustic on the subcontinent – a region framed by a stark beauty that provides an ideal getaway from well-trodden tourist paths. This fascinating guide provides a unique exploration of its hidden treasures, national parks and wildlife reserves. Find out where to go and what to see, sound advice on finding your way through the Karoo, Namaqualand and Kalahari as well as alphabetical accounts of all the towns, villages and stopovers, maps and the what, where and how of adventure activities.

Authors Steve Moseley & Brent Naudé-Moseley live in the Karoo where they’ve spent the past ten years writing and photographing this and neighbouring regions. During this time they have developed a great love and respect for its natural and historical heritage, people and culture - all of which have opened their eyes to a simpler lifestyle and different values. Their travel articles and images appear in local and international publications and, after years of travel and research, they have launched a unique photo library (www.karooimages.co.za) specialising in the Great Karoo, Kalahari and Namaqualand.

The Northern Cape is South Africa's biggest and least densely populated province. Consisting mostly of Karoo semi-desert and Kalahari thirstland, it's all about wide open spaces, big skies and immense distances. But it's not all drab and dusty by...

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