Swartberg Country Manor is a boutique guest lodge nestled in the picturesque Klein Karoo countryside, and has an impressive 25 stylish double rooms available.
The Main House
The Main House offers 11 comfortable en-suite guest rooms with a comfortable lounge. The lounge extends onto the original farmhouse veranda, offering breathtaking views of the Swartberg Mountains.
This historical dwelling is dated 1864. The original owners reportedly played host to General Barry Hertzog, at the time Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa, who stayed in one of the rooms in this house. It offers 4 enchanting en-suite guest rooms, overlooking a fig orchard with magnificent mountain views. Every effort has been made to retain the original "look and feel" of the farmhouse, with its "Brooky lace", wooden floors and ceilings, adding timeless ambiance to the character of this little piece of history.
A further nine rooms are set in three separate true Karoo Style Cottages which forms part of the guest house. Each cottage contains three independant rooms, each leading onto a comfortable veranda overlooking the Swartberg Mountains. These cottages are not available for self-catering accommodation.
The original "bakhuis" (bakery) was transformed into a dreamy honeymoon suite. The perfect setting to celebrate fond memories.