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About Albert House Bed & Breakfast

Albert House is a beautiful early Victorian Manor House, set in a large and tranquil shaded garden.

The rooms all have DSTV and are equipped with tea and coffee trays, toiletries, towels , air-conditioning and electric blankets.

Spa: Manicure & Pedicures with SA leading nail care Bio Sculpture products.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: an hour
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Bed and Breakfast
  • Sleeps: 12
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 9:30 AM
  • Reviews: 15 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Satellite TV*
  • Wi-Fi
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans


  • 3 Stars - Tourism Grading Council of South Africa
  • AA Highly Recommended
* Please enquire for further details.

Albert House Bed & Breakfast Rooms

Reviews for Albert House Bed & Breakfast

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Michelle Hardy-Berrington
06 November 2017

The accommodation was not worth the price

Lisa Tsai, South Africa
02 January 2017

The rooms are neat and comfortable. The owner is friendly and humorous. The garden is beautiful. The breakfast is delicious. We had a happy stay there.

Andrew Hamilton, South Africa
27 June 2016

This is an excellent b and b in a town that maybe has seen better days, but will hopefully do so again.  It's not Graaff-Reinet, but it is historic and interesting.  But the best place in town is the large garden of Albert House.  A delightful location.  Charles the proprietor is an affable host and facilities are excellent.  Strongly recommended.Andy Hamilton, Durham, England (formerly EU).

Arlene Deetlefs, South Africa
02 June 2016

Stars for the wi-fi, safe parking, comfortable bed and pillows, aircon and not being stingy with the coffee in the rooms. No noise from the huge trucks passing through.  Breakfast was great too.

Angelo ilinkin, South Africa
04 January 2016

It is a great house and the hospitality of the owners was very good. It is just unfortunate that the accommodation offered is not In the house, but rather at he granny flats at the back. It would be great if the accommodation could be in the house where one can feel the spirit and the history of the caroo better. Well for that reason probably one can choose other facilities in Cradock. Nothing special at the granny flat rooms except a bit of renovation required and installation of an aircon is a must especially for the in summer season, but all together good experience for one stop over.
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Albert House Bed & Breakfast is 1.9km from the centre of Cradock , the nearest airport 202.1km (Port Elizabeth Airport).
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