Swartberg Cottages offers affordable overnight accommodation in Prince Albert, Western Cape. Prince Albert was founded in 1762 on the loan farm De Queek Vallei with Zacharias De Beer as its first incumbent. Originally known as Albertsburg, when it obtained municipal status in 1845 it was renamed Prince Albert in honour of Queen Victoria’s consort, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg.
Swartberg Cottages has 3 self-catering units, each with its own entrance. The units can accommodate between 2 and 3 guests, depending on the unit. Each unit comprises an en-suite bathroom, kitchenette, DStv, air-conditioner, free Wi-Fi.
Swartberg Cottages has secure off-street parking, behind locked gates and a private outdoor braai. The guest house is child friendly.
Nearby attractions include the Fransie Pienaar Museum, Prince Albert Gallery, African Relish Culinary School and the Prince Albert Farmers Market. The beautiful Swartberg Pass is located only 11 km away.
Nieuwehuyz is an eclectic mix of history and art. It is the only 5 Star self-catering guest house located in Prince Albert, a town nestled at the foot of the Swartberg Mountain which is ringed by vineyards, fruit and olive farms. Nieuwehuyz is ideally situated within close proximity to restaurants and shops; and is fully wheelchair friendly.
This guest house has one bedroom, en-suite with underfloor heating and air-conditioning. The house comprises of an open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining area which leads out onto an enclosed and very private courtyard. Relax on the leather couch in front of the fireplace or on the handcrafted oak chairs outside where fountains create a tranquil ambience. Eat indoors or alfresco.
The kitchen is equipped with Le Creuset kitchenware and Smeg appliances. The fresh coffee beans, as well as unpasteurised milk, juice and yoghurt from the local dairy await guests and add to making your stay at Nieuwehuyz a special experience.
Enjoy the great outdoors, the fresh air and the amazing skies at night where the stars seem brighter due to little light pollution. There is so much to do and see in Prince Albert, that one night just won’t be enough.
Go hiking, cycling or just take a stroll. Visit the olive, wine, dairy and fig farms for fresh local produce and products. Take a guided ghost walk. Learn about the history and the vegetation of the region. Once guests have made a booking the owner will send a document with all details and information to see and do.
By-Die-Koppie Guesthouse offers overnight accommodation in Prince Albert, Western Cape. We invite you to come and experience the peace and tranquility of this homely guesthouse, approximately 40km off the N1 between Beaufort West and Laingsburg.
We would like to welcome you to our child, wheelchair & pet friendly luxurious self-catering accommodation married with all your “home from home” comforts overlooking the village of Prince Albert 350m away.