About Repos Trouvé
This beautifully and lovingly restored Karoo retreat is called “Repos Trouvè” which is an old French phrase meaning “true place of rest”. Here you will find personalised touches that have led guests to say that they feel like they are staying in a friend’s special holiday home.
We offer three comfortable bedrooms furnished in true Karoo style. All the bedrooms have luxurious linen, ceiling fans and mosquito nets. Enjoy cooking delicious meals in a well-equipped authentic Karoo kitchen including a French country table, a four-plate electric stove and oven, a fridge-freezer, a microwave, and cutlery and crockery. You will find coffee, tea, milk and rusks on arrival. The dining room and lounge area is a warm and inviting mix of comfort and country décor.
Relax with a good book in the cosy reading room or curl up on the sofa in front of the fireplace; we provide wood on arrival. The tranquil and private garden is a delicious mix of citrus and olive trees, herbs and Karoo succulents enhanced with lavender and geraniums.
The braai area and splash pool with loungers invites you to simply savour the stillness of country living. There is secure parking on the property.
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