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About Nietgenaamd Bed and Breakfast

This quaint historical cottage is situated in the oldest street of Cradock. It offers cosy, private, comfortable accommodation in an old world atmosphere. It is easy to find and close to shops and restaurants. Each spacious room has TV and coffee tray facilities. Fans or heaters, depending on the season, are supplied. A full English breakfast is served and dinners are available on request. Guests are welcome to relax in the typical country cottage garden. It is a pet-friendly establishment. Secure parking.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: an hour
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Bed and Breakfast
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 31 Reviews

Facilities

  • Braai/Barbecue
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Cosy

Important Information

Please note that in order to ensure yourr reservation a deposit is essential. Rooms will only be reserved for a maximum of 48 hours without a deposit.

Availability and pricing

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  • Double ensuite room Sleeps 2 Includes: B & B Rooms / Units: 4 Four rooms with either double beds or twin beds
    from R700 For 2 guests
    • Rooms Adults

      Reviews for Nietgenaamd Bed and Breakfast

      31 guest reviews Reviews of

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      Hylton Lerwick
      08 January 2018

      The wonderful hospitality and excellent food.

      Geoff Carver
      05 January 2018

      Loved the ambiance of the property

      Anne Mourant
      21 September 2017

      Beutifully decorated and restored.

      Edyta Coetzee
      02 May 2017

      We enjoyed our stay, the place was clean, the host was friendly and helpful, the only thing was that the dogs were barking quite a bit at times so that was a bit off, even though we love dogs when you want to take a nap its never pleasant to have dogs barking.

      Liza Pansi
      02 May 2017

      Wonderful host that truly welcomes guests and really loves animals. Lovely setting, very clean. All round a truly great stay. We will be back

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      Nietgenaamd Bed and Breakfast Map

      Nietgenaamd Bed and Breakfast is 1.4km from the centre of Cradock , the nearest airport 201.4km (Port Elizabeth Airport).
      *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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