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About Rosedale Guest Cottage

Rosedale Guest Cottage is ideally situated on a hill which allows you to view the ultimate beauty of the vast Karoo plains from above. An ideal overnight stop for the tired traveler whilst experiencing true country hospitality. We invite you to discover our farm with its peaceful and beautiful surroundings and of course our breathtaking sunsets.

The bachelors flat features a private entrance. One bedroom with a double bed, a single bed and an en-suite bathroom with shower. Crisp white linen and towels are provided. TV with DStv. A counter kitchen equipped with a fridge, microwave as well as coffee and tea facilities.

Braai facilities are available (free wood provided) and farm-style meals can be served on request. Enjoy relaxing in the garden, swimming or taking a walk around the farm. This cottage is ideal for a couple or family of 3.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 2 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 3
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 15 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

Availability and pricing

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  • Rosedale Guest Cottage Sleeps 3 Includes: Self-catering The bachelors flat features a private entrance. The bedroom has a double bed, a single bed and an en-suite bathroom with... see more Features:  Double beds, DStv, En-suite, Shower only, Mountain views, Air-Conditioning see more Double beds, DStv, En-suite, Shower only, Mountain views, Air-Conditioning, Self-catering, Single beds, Television, Swimming pool views, Garden views
    from R550 For 2 guests
    • Adults

      Reviews for Rosedale Guest Cottage

      15 guest reviews Reviews of

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      Sharon Kuisis
      20 October 2017

      A lovely lady greated us and was very friendly and helpful and we felt at home and safe. Beautiful view of the surrounding areas and were told of the many old historical areas to visit in the area. We had everything we needed and beds were comfy!

      Alta Pretorius
      26 August 2017

      We really enjoyed our short stay. Dillys made every effort to make us feel at home and comfortable. I would recommend the cottage with confidence that it would be enjoyed. The view from the hilltop is breathtaking and the gardens beautiful. Very nice braai area as well which was well stocked with wood.

      Heather Kemp
      07 June 2017

      We appreciated the honesty bar for a drink while watching the sun set. We should have organised for supper with Rosedale before we arrived as there's not much to be found in Britstown.Thanks for the lovely accommodation with everything we needed!

      Heike Hagelmann
      16 March 2017

      The room was lovely. The Landlady very friendly. Really nice place. But the Breakfast needs a bit attention no question what you like or how you would like it and only one cup of powder coffee in a very dark airless room while it's so beautiful outside.

      Carin Calvet, South Africa
      13 September 2016

      What a welcome oases after a long day on the road. Dillys made us feel so at home and small touches like home made rusks and cookies in the room was a real treat. She had a baby bath available for our 7 month old , and the dinner we had was stunning. Well worth the little detour of the N12

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      Rosedale Guest Cottage Map

      Rosedale Guest Cottage is 19.8km from the centre of Britstown , the nearest airport 255.1km (Kimberley Airport).
      *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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