Graaff-Reinet, a historical town boasting more heritage sites (220 in total) than any other in South Africa, is practically surrounded by the fossil-rich Camdeboo National Park in the Great Karoo. Drostdy House, a luxury boutique hotel, is the ideal base from which to explore.
Activities in the area are both varied and numerous. You can gaze upon the entrancing landscape or dive into it via 4x4 adventures, hiking, or mountain bike trails. You can travel back in time, all the way to prehistoric times or to the 1800s, via Graaff-Reinet’s various museums. This are is home to world’s biggest cacti collection and nearby the country’s finest example of outsider art in Helen Martin’ Owl House, Nieu Bethesda.
Afterwards, ease into the comfort of the Drostdy House accommodation comprising of 48 different rooms. All creature comforts from bathrobes and 100% cotton linen to complimentary Wi-Fi and satellite television are provided, while on-site facilities include a restaurant, gym, Africology Spa and three swimming pools.