Karoopark Guest House is situated at 81 Caledon Street, in the centre of Graaff-Reinet. It is an ideal location to soak up the relaxed ambience of the Karoo. Graaff-Reinet is the fourth oldest town in South Africa and definitely worth a visit.
Accommodation at Karoopark Guest House is available in the Colonial-style manor house that was built at the end of the 19th century. Today as a guesthouse, bed-and-breakfast accommodation and self-catering cottages are available that are within walking distance of shops, banks and historical places of interest. It's a great place to experience the homely hospitality of the Karoo.
Visitors can also enjoy tasty meals such as Kudu Steak or Karoo lamb chops in the a'la Carte Restaurant. Withond, the house drink, is locally brewed at the Reinet Museum and no one can leave town without a taste.
Karoopark Guest House has a swimming pool where guests can relax. The establishment also offers safe and secure private parking.
Cradled in a meander of the Sundays River, Graaff-Reinet is an oasis in the desolate surrounding landscape, practically every visitor remarks on its unique old-world character.
Graaff-Reinet is situated en route from Johannesburg to Cape Town in the Eastern Cape Province. Many people stop over while traveling to or from the Garden Route. Graaff-Reinet also boasts with the Valley of Desolation, which is a geographical phenomenon that has been declared a National Monument. Other highlights include, game viewing and numerous museums in town. There are numerous walks available too in the Camdeboo National Park.