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African Relish is a Recreational Cooking School, set in the Karoo town of Prince Albert, South Africa. Our culinary hall is the only purpose built facility of its kind. Here our guests will enjoy luxury accommodation and discover the culinary pulse of South Africa, they can enjoy African Relish either as a stand-alone destination or part of an extended gourmet tour.
Sudden Comfort Bed and Breakfast
Sudden Comfort Bed and Breakfast is a lovely Victorian-style house located in the centre of Prince Albert. Guests can cool down in the swimming pool and towels are available on request. We provide safe parking and the B&B is located within a short walk of all the restaurants and places of interest.
Guests have a choice of four rooms that are located upstairs or downstairs. Two of the upstairs rooms offer either a double bed or two extra-length single beds which can convert into a king-size bed. The third bedroom offers two extra-length single beds which can also convert into a king-size bed and we can add a third single bed on request for a small family. The downstairs room offers an extra-length queen-size bed and each room has an en-suite bathroom with a bath or shower. We provide all linen and towels. Each room is equipped with a TV with DStv, air-conditioning and a ceiling fan. Tea and coffee trays, safes and electric blankets are also available
Dennehof Guest House
Experience the grandeur of South Africa's unexplored spaces from Prince Albert's oldest homestead, a serene & comfortable base at the foot of the Swartberg Pass.
Ria and Lindsay, are your hosts. “We know that your visit to Prince Albert will be a memorable one and we are delighted that you have chosen to stay with us at our historic farmstead.”
Well on its way to a double century, Dennehof Karoo Guest House is the oldest surviving building in Prince Albert. Built in 1835 on part of the fertile Kweekvallei farm for old Zacharias de Beer's granddaughter on the occasion of her marriage, this sturdy two-roomed farmhouse (as it was then) conformed to a style popular in this part of the country in those early pioneering days. In its original guise it had a thatch roof and whitewashed walls and the exposed timbers were painted green. Near the main house were a barn, some sheds, several smaller outbuildings and a dairy, but set apart from the main cluster of buildings was another barn whose purpose was reserved for the production of vinegar and brandy – and of witblits, an extremely potent raw spirit not to be recommended for anyone but the most seasoned of drinkers. Perhaps this is why the barn was built a respectable distance from the family home…