From R250 PPS

From R250 PPS



Aquaries Guest House is a small family house built with stone, situated in Sutherland. This self-catering house is fully equipped with everything that you would need on a weekend away.

The house consists of two bedrooms, one bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen with an Aga stove for the winter months and a comfortable lounge area. Every room has blankets, electric warm blankets, electric oil heaters, spare blankets, towels and all bedding. This home is ideal for a family or a group of friends wanting to experience the tranquillity of Sutherland in a rustic, but comfortable accommodation.

120 km North of Matjiesfontein in the Roggeveld of the Karoo, Sutherland is a space of clear, dark night skies. It's where one can marvel at the star scapes that sweep the outer limits, and where astronomers come to use the telescopes of the South African Astronomical Observatory.


    Room Facilities

  • Satellite TV
  • Small Pets
  • Television

    Local Facilities

  • Bar
  • Beauty
  • Golf Course
  • Hiking
  • Shopping/Curios
  • Tours
  • Other


  • This is a Free Accommodation Participant.
  • Booking Reliability
  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Average Response Time: 15 hours
  • Cancellations after payment: 0%
  • This establishment does not have credit card facilities.

All credit cards are accepted when paying through Sleeping-OUT.


5 Republiek Street, Sutherland, 6920

Map Die Stal in Sutherland  Hantam Karoo  Northern Cape  South Africa

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- Gawie Botha

We were accommodated in Damara Cottage, converted rooms linked to the main house. The cost was inexpensive. The host was welcoming offering a home-baked banana loaf and the wi-fi password. She also gave us direction to the Ouberg Pass when I mentioned we would like to drive it on our way home (good ground clearance important).

The building conversion work to create Damara Cottage was slightly roughshod. Main gripe was a slight damp smell from the shower which seemed to have a leaking waste pipe leaving grey water to lie around the edge of the floor behind the basin and toilet. But that can be fixed. The bathroom could do with a mirror, some shelving to put toiletries, a bit more hanging space for change of clothes and perhaps a curtain on the frosted glass door for more privacy when changing.

The area at the time of year was dry and dusty but the rooms were generally clean despite that, beds were comfortable. The kitchen had what we needed. We used the outside braai. There is an indoor braai in the kitchen for winter but the chimney stopped under the eve. If that could be extended and a cowl fitted it would probably prevent too much smoke and draft pushing down the chimney. There were doors on that indoor braai to minimise the draft though. The TV had no cables so no TV or DSTV as advertised, not that we were in town to be indoors. Somewhere to put or hang clothes would have been nice. The artwork on the walls gave a homely feel to the combined living/sleeping area.

Our stay in Damara Cottage was cost effective and although a few gripes, we slept well and made good use of our time there.

- George Barberton12 Jan 2019

Very welcoming host and pleasant country cottage.
- Anita Brown05 Dec 2016

Een kamer het geen hangplekke vir klerasie,die ander kamer baie beperk! Binne huise dekorasie kan baie verbeter dat dit nie so "tydelik" idee gee!

- Gawie Botha14 Jun 2015

The facilities were great and had everything we needed for our stay. Reception was warm and telling of the hearty and friendly Platteland. Thank you so much.
- Ankia Anderson12 Aug 2014

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