PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 540
from R 2,180 - 2,180
NB: Always check with the getaway about taking your pets, so make your intentions clear when you send an enquiry.
Vergelegen Guesthouse and Restaurant sits nestled in the Orange River Valley in a splendid farm setting on the outskirts of Kakamas. The Guesthouse is en-route to the Kalahari and Namibia, Namakwaland, and Richtersveld, as well as being located in the perfect place to visit a variety of attractions and activities.<br /><br />Vergelegen Guesthouse adds a personal and exclusive touch to each of its 25 elegantly decorated and en-suite rooms. All rooms and self-catering units come provided with linens, towels complementary amenity kit, and are air-conditioned. All rooms have fridges. All rooms walk out onto a patio with patio furniture. There are also coffee and tea making facilities, and a healthy breakfast is served. Outside guests can enjoy a braai in a quaint courtyard as well as the crystalline pool.<br /><br />The chef at Vergelegen Guesthouse can prepare meals for your enjoyment outside on the patio or by the fireplace or guests may enjoy intimate dining at the A Le Carte restaurant on the premises, or choose to relax at the cocktail lounge and bar.<br /><br />Facilities are available for conferences of up to 30 people and catering is available for all occasions are available as well. A high level of personal attention is assured for the duration of your stay. Also on the premises is our coffee shop and deli where guests can procure a feast of dried and fresh fruit as well as local produce. Or guests can enjoy light lunches and homemade treats in the tea garden.<br /><br />The Vergelegen Guest house is a perfect base for travellers to Riemvasmaak hot spring, Augrabies National Park, and surrounding activities and attractions. It's also en-route to the Kalahari Gemsbok Park Richtersveld, Namibia, and Namaqualand. Close to the Vergelegen Guest house visitors can choose rafting trips in the Orange River Gorge, game viewing and night drives at Augrabies Falls National Park, horseback riding, historical sightseeing, vineyard and wine tours, and mountain biking to name a few.