PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 475
from R 1,050
NB: Always check with the getaway about taking your pets, so make your intentions clear when you send an enquiry.
Die Herehuis is a Victorian-style house built in 1910 with beautiful ceilings and wooden floors. The stables have been rebuilt into luxury en-suite family chalets. Here you will feel at home and comfortable in an Old World charm and all your needs will be catered for.<br /><br />We offer four luxurious and spacious en-suite rooms equipped with 100% cotton bed linen, hypoallergenic duvets and pillows, bar fridges, complimentary tea and coffee, DStv, air-conditioning, insect repellents, hairdryers, complimentary toiletries and electric blankets. Each room has its own entrance. Rooms lead out to a refreshing country atmosphere in the enchanted garden which is full of bird life and with the most amazing mountain views under the breathtaking starlit nights.<br /><br />On request, a full English and Continental breakfast can be served. For dinner we have braai packs available for those who want to enjoy the famous organic, super A-grade Karoo lamb chops and beef sausage. Secure off-street parking is available behind locked gates and enjoy warm hospitality and excellent service. Smoking is permitted in the garden area and on the verandah. <br /><br />Our guest house is near a golf course and the Karoo National Park - with lovely scenic routes and more than 6000 fauna and flora species. There are two endangered species, the riverine rabbit and the black rhinoceros, which have been successfully resettled. The park is home to five tortoise species - the most in any conservation area in the world. The park also has challenging 4x4 routes into the mountains, as well as walking and fossil trails.<br /><br />We are near the N1, but guests can only hear the sounds of nature. We are approximately 10 km away from the airport and within the vicinity of the Chris Barnard Museum. Visit 400-year-old engravings from the herb guru king in Nelspoort, visit the Malteno Pass and the indescribable Meiringspoort.