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Annie’s Cottage is a beautiful old manor house in Springbok, Namaqualand, at the foot of a rugged koppie where the first commercial mine in South Africa was started in 1852 Ideal as a stop-over between Cape Town and Windhoek or Upington, we cater for the discerning tourist and business traveller.

When the old house was restored to its former colonial glory, ambiance and atmosphere was never forgotten and when modern comfort was added to its portfolio of assets the old world charm prevailed. Rest with us and enjoy our beautiful cool garden and swimming pool. Classic little shops and restaurants are only 500 m walking distance to the old town and tourist information office and a lively central open market where a happy atmosphere invite all to stay a while.

We would love to accommodate you in one of our 10 luxury en suite rooms, all with private entrances, either onto our lovely tranquil garden or our verandah. All rooms have cooling/heating or air-conditioning and crisp white Egyptian cotton bedding, 21cm mattresses, electrical blankets, feather duvets, complimentary tea/coffee and M-Net TV Safe parking.

Enjoy breakfast in our voorhuis furnished with old South African Africana cottage furniture with French doors that open into the garden A cooked English breakfast, variety of cereals, fruits in season and bottomless coffee, and juice are included Cappuccino and espresso are available. We also cater for Continental breakfasts or vegetarians on request.

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Golf course, Medical facilities, Restaurant, Tourism attractions

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  • Afrikaans
  • Catering By Arrangement
  • English


Cultural Attractions, Golf

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