About Crane Cottage
Crane Cottage is a tranquil abode with large comfortable en-suite bedrooms, each with its own private entrance onto a veranda. Each room has got a TV with DStv as well as tea and coffee facilities in each room. We offer you clean rooms and linen daily. There is also a family room with Queen bed divan, as well as a sleeper couch and cot. We have a communal dining room where breakfast is served for larger families. We also offer a cottage which can sleep seven in two bedrooms and includes two bathrooms. Last but not least we also offer a self-catering unit which two bedrooms as well with two bathrooms. This unit can sleep six guests. A Continental breakfast is served for R30 per person extra or a full English breakfast for R60 per person extra... We are in walking distance of three restaurants and a lovely gift & coffee shop. Safe off street parking are available.
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(1.1 km from Colesberg)
Great walking tours can be organized by the tourism office. These tours include historical sights and nature trails. Learn of the approximately 40 families comprising the Karoo Nomads, get a grasp of local history, revisit the past in the old...
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Colesberg Golf Club sports a wonderful 9-hole course, designed by Gary Player. Facilities include a driving range, bar and locker room.
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The Colesberg-Kemper Museum developed from a collection of curiosities and has grown into a fascinating store house of local history and contemporary information. This user-friendly museum is not a place where artefacts are just measured, catalogued...
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