About Annie's Cottage
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.
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