About Birds Nest Guest Cottages
Birds Nest Guest Cottages offer comfortable self-catering accommodation in Beaufort West, the capital town of the Great Karoo. It is ideal for small groups looking to explore this historically rich area.
Each cottage has two bedrooms with double beds, and a shared bathroom. A comfortable lounge has ample seating, while large windows provide plenty of natural light. There is also a sleeper couch available for an additional guest. The outside braai facilities are perfect for enjoying traditional Karoo lamb chops.
The Karoo National Park and the Beaufort West Dam are just a short distance away, and provide an opportunity to view a variety of bird- and wild life. There are several restaurants in the area, of which many are housed in old historical buildings and are definitely worth a visit.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Beaufort West
(0 km from Beaufort West)
Join the popular Sundowner Tour on a comfortable donkey cart and enjoy a spectacular Karoo sunset with a glass of champagne or orange juice and delicious Karoo nibbles. A local tour guide will entertain you with stories about Beaufort West and the...
(33.7 km from Beaufort West)
Badshoek Game Farm 4x4 Routes is located 35 km from Beaufort West. The routes vary from 10 km to 70 km and range from 1 to 5 hours to complete. The routes travel against and on top of the Nuveld Mountain Range with cliffs and gorges. The 4x4...
(65.2 km from Beaufort West)
Beginners and experienced drivers will find plenty of thrills and pleasant driving on Bergplaats three 4x4 routes graded 2 – 3; all with stunning views of the Karoo. The game farm includes flat and plateau areas. There is an option of staying at a...
(9.8 km from Beaufort West)
Overshadowed by the soaring peaks of the Nuweveld Mountains, the stark landscape of the Karoo National Park is once again home to endangered black rhino, buffalo, Cape mountain zebra and riverine rabbit. Large herds of springbok, 20 pairs of...