166 Cradock Street

Self Catering

This is a large and luxuriously-appointed classic Karoo house, a national monument which offers three bedrooms and two bathrooms. One bedroom has a double bed and en-suite bathroom (with bath only).

The second bedroom has twin beds. The third (small) bedroom has two single beds and is more suitable for children. The second bathroom has a shower.

The house also offers a combined kitchen/breakfast room, separate sitting room and a large dining room.

There are rare and interesting antique Cape Dutch features to the house, such as built-in wall cupboards with yellow-wood and stinkwood doors, as well as yellow-wood room doors, bamboo reed ceilings, antique light fittings, etc.

There are also some classic antique furniture items and prints.

There is a large walled garden, with a swimming pool, and and extensive lawned area with views of the mountains surrounding Graaff-Reinet, and a beamed, shaded patio with a table, chairs and braai facilities, under an ancient vine.

There is secure off-street parking for 2 cars and a garage.

Situated in Graaf-Reinet’s famous Cradock Street (often described as “a mile and 230 years of history", being full of historic houses), but within a short walking distance of Parsonage Street and other central areas, museums and restaurants, this house is an ideal and comfortable base for a visit to the town.

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