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Aan't Dorpseind
R290
per person sharing
 
Location: Vanrhynsdorp (Western Cape)
Type: Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Self Catering (4 rooms/units)
Child Policy: Children under the age of 12 are not permitted. Children age 12 and over are charged as adults.
Check in/out: 2:00 PM (in)   10:00 AM (out)
Reviews: (8 customer reviews)
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Description

Vanrhynsdorp is the ideal town as a stay over choice when travelling the N7 – we are at the intersection of the N7 north (en-route to/from Namibia) and R27 (en-route to Upington/Johannesburg). It is about a 3 hours’ drive from Cape Town and as yet a Crime free village! Aant Dorpseind is at the very end (east side) of town and borders farmland thus you can enjoy a quiet and peaceful overnight. We pride ourselves with comfortable and neat accommodation. Make your business trip an enjoyable experience! We are within walking distance of the world-renowned quiver tree and succulent nursery. Despite the old world feel all 4 studio cottages of Aan't Dorpseind are upmarket, spacious, fully equipped for self catering. We also operate as a B&B. We are wheelchair friendly.

Each cottage is fitted with 2 twin beds with high quality linen/towels and electric blankets; en-suite bathroom (only showers); aircon; hairdryers; DStv; wall-mounted heaters, fridge/freezer; microwave and all you need in a kitchenette; braai on patio; undercover and secure parking; swimming pool. Daily cleaning services available.

Vanrhynsdorp is at the intersection of the N7 north (en-route to Namibia) and R27 (en-route to Upington/Johannesburg). It is about 3 hours from Cape Town. It is the most southern town of Namaqualand and borders the arid Knersvlakte, where a third of the world's succulents grow. Three botanical kingdoms converge here, namely the Name Karoo vegetation, succulents in the Knersvlakte and Cape fynbos on the mountains. In spring this botanic diversity bursts into a kaleidoscope of colour. It is an absolute miracle and thousands of tourists annually travel this route for this amazing happening! It is an area of contrasts - to the northwest you have km's of flat, barren Karoo; to the south-east the mountains - Matzikama mountain range, with its two best known sub-ranges: Maskam and Gifberg. Aan't Dorpseind has a beautiful view on the Maskam. The Gifberg is known for its high quality rooibos tea, fynbos, dinosaurus-like rock formations and hiking trails.

Attractions: Latsky Radio Museum; Victorian architecture; bird watching; 4 x 4 drives; hiking trails; Olifants River wine route/wine tasting; 40 minutes drive to the ocean town of Strandfontein; salt mining at Papendorp; mining activities along the west coast and in the Knersvlakte; The Nama village, Ratelgat, is about 40 minutes away; the Vanrhyns Pass built in (circa) 1881 by Thomas Bain, son of Andrew Geddes Bain who built amongst others the Bainskloof Pass near Wellington.
"Due to high electricity rates, a levy will be charged with the issue of aircon remote"

Room info & pricing please note that low season rates are shown in brackets

Standard (4 rooms)
Max guests: 2 guests
Beds: 2 beds, main is Single
Bathroom: Ensuite Bathroom (Bath and Shower)
Single: R350 to R400
Double: R290 to R330

Description: 4 upmarket, fully equipped self-catering cottages with air-conditioner, electric blankets, DSTV, swimming pool, security, safe parking, modern and spacious, freezer space, high quality linen and patio braai (under cover). Due to high electricity rates, a levy will be charged with the issue of air-con remote.

Map & Directions use controls on map to zoom/pan etc

Address: 65 Kerk Street
Vanrhynsdorp
Western Cape
Latitude: -31°36"15.38' (-31.604271)
Longitude: 18°44"3.97' (18.734436)
 
Directions: From cape town, take N7 north en route to Namibia, Vanrhynsdorp turn-off to right, 'up to DR Church, left, immediate right, straight down church street till you reach Aan't Dorpseind on your left.

Reviews (see all 8 reviews)

  Comfortable stay
(South Africa)   anonymous 29 August 2014
Aan't Dorpseind is what the name says - in the quiet end of town.
Very comfortable with all that the traveller needs after a travelling day.


  Staying over
(South Africa)   Mrs Annemie Visser 23 July 2014
This is an excellent place to stay over on your way to or back from Namibia. Neat clean and everything you need. Friendly people and very helpful. We had a lovely braai. Will recommend to anyone even for a weekend away from the hustle of Cape Town.

Attractions & landmarks

Attraction km
Namaqua Flowers in season 5
Waterfall 30
Fynbos on Mountain 30
Mountain passes 30
River farming 24
Rooibos tea farming 5
Ocean 40
Succulents 0
Nama activities 30

Facilities

  • Accreditations
    • Local Tourism Bureau
  • Surroundings
    • Countryside
    • Mountain Views
  • Languages
    • English
    • Afrikaans
  • Wining & Dining
    • Breakfast on request
  • Leisure facilities
    • Bird Watching
    • Braai / Barbecue
    • Communal Satellite TV
    • Flower Viewing
    • Golf
    • Library
    • Swimming Pool
    • Walking / Hiking
    • 4x4 Trails
  • Business & conferencing
  • General Facilities
    • Tourism Information Desk
    • Disabled friendly
    • No Children under 12
    • Fireplace on premises
    • Laundry Service
    • Secure off-street parking
    • Parking available
  • In all rooms
    • Air Conditioning
    • Balcony
    • Bar Fridge
    • Fireplace
    • Hairdryer
    • Heater
    • TV
    • MNET
    • Satellite TV
    • No Smoking
    • Tea and Coffee
    • View
    • Fully Equipped
    • Bed Linen supplied
    • Towels
    • Microwave
    • Freezer
 

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