Prince Albert Game Lodges & Resorts
Groot Sleutelfontein Private Game Reserve is situated near the picturesque Victorian town of Prince Albert in the Great Karoo, some 440 km from Cape Town and 160 km from George. The reserve provides ... More Info
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Wolvekraal guest farm welcomes you to experience the calmness and silence of the wonderful Great Karoo, where time seems to stand still.
Enjoy your stay in our cosy fully equipped cottage.
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CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Spreeufontein Guest Farm is situated about 40 km from Prince Albert, in the Great Karoo. It offers a peaceful and quiet atmosphere that caters for the outdoor lovers.
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Karoo Lodge, nestling in two acres of tranquil gardens, is a haven to the most discerning traveller passing through this oasis of the Great Karoo.
Take time, enrich your life and discover the hidde... More Info
Swartberg Cottages offers affordable overnight accommodation in Prince Albert. We invite you to come and experience the peace and tranquility of our self-catering apartments.
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Getaway, Fair Lady and GO! magazines, as well as other local and international newspapers are all giving Brakdakkkie rave reviews.
Out of a love and passion for all things old, Brakdakkie pioneered ... More Info
The Artist's Cottage was built ca.100 years ago in the typical labourers' flat-roofed style. Its original entrance facade has mouldings around the door and windows. Extended to include a new bedroom, ... More Info
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We would like to welcome you to our 4 Star & Superior AA rated child, wheelchair & pet friendly luxurious accommodation married with all your "home from home" comforts overlooking the village of Princ... More Info
Bushman Valley is located in the foothills of the Swartberg mountain area. It offers hiking and a quiet retreat away from hustle and bustle. Prince Albert is a tranquil and quaint town with much to do... More Info
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The Great Karoo is in the middle of nowhere but is the heart of everything. Prins Albert is situated at the foot of the majestic Swartberg Mountain Range. ... More Info
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Prince Albert Reviews
Prince Albert is a wonderful place like the spook stories :)
- Talita Moore
A great country town, we will be back
- John Manning
Prince Albert is a fantastic town with it's breathtaking scenery and all the historic buildings. We need to spend more time there.
- Lucy Du Plessis
Our first visit to Prince Albert was a real highlight of our trip. A quaint town with major effort taken to make it as beautiful as possible. Everywhere you turn the place smacks of the pride residents take to make the town a tourist paradise. Places to eat, to browse, to relax, to seriously shop are in abundance. Definitely not just a quick stop-over place. You have to stay a while!
- Jan Snyman
One of those towns you easily pass travelling between Gauteng the Western Cape, and yet once you do take the small detour to it, you realise just how much of our country you miss by travelling the straight and narrow and keeping to the highways
- Barry Austin