About Chive's Cottages
Chive's Cottages is situated in the peaceful town of Cradock in the Eastern Cape, on the banks of the Great Fish River.
This accommodation consists of two elegantly decorated units. Each unit is equipped with air-conditioning, a safe, a heater, white crisp linen, a TV, and a kitchenette with a microwave, a bar fridge, a microwave, a toaster and tea and coffee facilities as well as a private patio. There is also secure parking, laundry facilities, and a braai area.
Cradock boasts superior architecture as well as a number of significant monuments and museums. The area was considered strategically important by the early 19th century Settlers and this is reflected in many of the well-preserved buildings. It is famous for its historical past and beauty, making Cradock the ideal stopover destination when traveling en-route to all the major tourist attractions.
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Things to do in and around Cradock
(1.6 km from Cradock)
Die Tuishuise in Market Street are fifteen beautifully restored mid-19th century houses with different styles of period furniture in each. Originally these houses were occupied by craftsmen who worked on wagons and with horses before the advent of...
(2.4 km from Cradock)
The Cradock cemetery boasts the grave of a legendary Harry Potter, who, according to the inscription on the tombstone, died on 27 July 1910. The tombstone is also carved with the loving words of his wife, Elizabeth Potter, "I have loved thee with an...
(1.2 km from Cradock)
The Schreiner House is one of Cradock's most interesting and old buildings. It was home to the world-renowned author Olive Schreiner between 1868 and 1870. In the museum there is a display of Schreiner's personal library, pictorial exhibitions of...
(1.3 km from Cradock)
South African author, pacifist and political activist, Olive Schreiner, is best known for her novel, The Story of an African Farm. The book was first published in 1883 in London and quickly became a best-seller, despite causing controversy over its...