Camdeboo Cottages South Africa
16 Parliament Street Graaff-Reinet , South Africa
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4 Star Hotel

Camdeboo Cottages South Africa

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Location : Camdeboo Cottages is situated in the heart of historical Graaff-Reinet. Each cottage is a national monument that has been lovingly restored to its former glory. Now again the cottages boast with yellowwood floors and reed ceilings. Each cottages is serviced daily and all linnen and towels are provided. Camdeboo Cottages also have a restaurant & bar, a swimming pool, secure parking and B&B or self-catering accommodation. 

Tours are also on offer to the nearby highlights such as the Valley of Desolation, Agava (Tequila) Factory and Camdeboo National Park. Come and enjoy a relaxing time in the Gem of the Karoo, as Graaff-Reinet is fondly called. Take time to relax and stroll through the streets and see the more than 200 homes that have been declared national monuments or visit the interesting museums in town.  No one can leave town without a taste of Withond our local house-drink. Come and enjoy the delights of the Karoo and explore South Africa's newest National Park, the Camdeboo National Park. 

Accommodation : The cottages have lovingly been restored to their former glory. Now they once again boast with yellow-wood floors and reed ceilings. The cottages provide all linnen and towels and have a fully equiped kitchen. They are also serviced daily. These 19th century Karoo-style cottages form a secluded courtyard with covered carports, a swimming pool & garden.


Facilities : Camdeboo Cottages offers: A Coffee shop on the premises Dinner available by prior booking Breakfast served in your cottage Each Cottage has: One or two bedrooms with double or single beds, a living room, bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen Bed linen & towels provided Features of Camdeboo Cottages: Each cottage is serviced daily Safe & secure covered parking parking available Braai facilities in swimming pool area Televisions in rooms

The Van Ryneveld's Dam was recently renamed to the Nqeba Dam. The dam's construction had started in 1921 and had been completed in 1925. It cost in the region of £450,000. The damwall is 381m wide and 32m high.

Sunset or sunrise in this region is a photographer's paradise.
Spandau Hill is another famous landmark in the Graaff-Reinet region.

The name, Spandau, is told to have originated from a German settler in the area drawing similarities between the kop guarding Graaff-Reinet in similar fashion to Spandau guarding Berlin in Germany.

The church is a replica of Salisbury Cathedral. The cornerstone was laid on 12 April 1886 and it then cost a staggering 7,500 pounds.

Bisset had been the architect and it is said to be one of the best examples of early Gothic style architecture in South Africa.

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