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About Prince Albert Garden Guest House

This tranquil garden courtyard oasis has been built around an historic farmhouse. We are situated just off the main road, and offer a selection of rooms. Facilities include a pool, and a sun/moon deck. A hearty South African breakfast is served in the farmhouse.

All rooms offer air-conditioning and fans for summer. For winter we have electric heaters and cozy pot bellied wood burners. Our linen is all white percale cotton, with feather duvets for winter.

The Prince Albert Garden Guest House is an ideal home base, a short stroll from the town centre, from which you can explore the Swartberg, the Karoo and the famed Route 62.

We are happy to recommend local eateries to you.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 24 hours
  • Minimum stay: 5 Days
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 8 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Indoor Fireplace

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans


  • 4 Stars - Tourism Grading Council of South Africa

Prince Albert Garden Guest House Rooms

Reviews for Prince Albert Garden Guest House

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Lesley Caw, South Africa
10 January 2015

We really enjoyed our time at Prince Albert Garden Guesthouse. Michael was a great host, the breakfasts were delicious and the accommodation was comfortable, clean and quiet.

Graham Steyn, South Africa
11 April 2014

Great welcome by the owners and no doubt a place will stay at again. We were accommodated in a new part which will as everything is completed become very acceptable. In the interim it is clean, well equipped and generally pleasant!

elizabeth favaloro, United States of America
05 April 2014

It was wonderful to arrive at this gem after driving through the Swartberg Pass in our cute little blue Fiat (which just about made it over that dirt-road pass). Mike & Tim greeted us upon our arrival and right away, we knew we picked a great place to spend the night!It was fun walking through the iron gate, as I could see the gorgeous garden beyond it (I am a gardener). Huge big old pepper tree was the focal point, some Bonsai plants sunning themselves under the huge umbrella of the tree. We walked through the yard 1st before bringing our bags into the room, which was immaculate. Tastefully...
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Margaret Dixon, South Africa
18 November 2013

Beautiful place to stay - wish it had been a longer visit.Michael could not have made us feel more at home - would not hesitate to recommend this to our friends.

Wyno Simes, South Africa
02 January 2013

I can higly recommend this guest house. The host was friendly, the rooms were pristine and the breakfast was great. The pool was also just what the doctor ordered to cool down in the heat of the summer! Can't wait to go again!

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Prince Albert Garden Guest House is 1.1km from the centre of Prince Albert , the nearest airport 95.6km (George Airport).
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Things to do in and around Prince Albert

Prince Albert Gallery

(0.1 km from Prince Albert)

2 reviews

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(26.9 km from Prince Albert)

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Swartberg Pass

(20.3 km from Prince Albert)

14 reviews

Climbing 1000 metres in 12 kilometres, the Swartberg Pass is one of the steepest passes in South Africa. Running between Prince Albert in the north and Oudtshoorn in the south, the route offers spectacular views over the Little and Great Karoo.The...

Gamkaskloof or Die Hel

(7.2 km from Prince Albert)

5 reviews

Gamkaskloof, also known as Die Hel, is a really special full day’s outing, unfortunately only suitable for 4x4 vehicles. Be sure to pack your picnic basket and fill your tank before heading off into the Swartberg as there is no petrol in the valley....