De Bergkant Lodge

From: $75 Per Room

De Bergkant Lodge is situated in a small village at the foot of the Swartberg Mountain Range in the Great Karoo.  De Bergkant Lodge is a restored Cape Dutch House built in 1858 and furnished with stunning antiques.  The surrounding gardens are lush and green with 2 salt water swimming pools. You will also find a sauna and steam bath. A small heated “star” bath is hidden in a private garden.

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Why choose De Bergkant Lodge:

  • Boutique Accommodation
  • 2 Swimming Pools (one is heated)
  • Poolside dining room available for breakfasts, lunch and dinner
  • Under floor heating for winter
  • Wellness Center

Why choose Prince Albert:

  • Culture, food and wine hot spot
  • Great stop to add to a Garden Route holiday
  • A tiny Karoo town inhabited by artists, academics and students
  • Historical places of interest to visit
  • Rare bushman fossils and cave paintings in the nearby hills
  • Many restaurants, coffee shops and a local farmer’s market
  • The closest village to Gamkaskloof, also known as “Die Hel” which means “The Hell” – one of the Karoo’s last unspoiled natural wonders
“THE HELL”
  • A fascinating and secluded valley close to Prince Albert
  • Inhabited for 100 years, but now deserted due to difficult access routes
  • One of the last unspoiled valleys in the Karoo
  • Completely green and lush, despite the harsh desert only a few miles away

Accommodation:

De Bergkant Lodge offers 8 en suite bedrooms: There are 3 luxury suites, and 5 Double Rooms. All rooms all have ceiling fans, air-conditioning, tea and coffee facilities and TV and most have under-floor heating. The linen is 100% pure cotton and all beds are either twin or king size.

Facilities:

  • Two large salt-water swimming pools
  • Sauna
  • Steam room
  • Private garden with heated pool
  • Braai/ Barbeque
  • Televisions in all rooms
  • Telephone and internet access

Activities:

Star gazing is an absolute must under the clear nights skies during an informative Astro Tour. Ghost Tours with Alisa Tudhope is something rather unique and even fun. Hiking is a popular day time activity together with cycling. The real treat is however discovering the town’s fantastic cheese and fruit products, and exploring local art galleries and markets.

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