Swartberg Cottages offers affordable overnight accommodation in Prince Albert, Western Cape. We have three fully self-catering apartments with kitchentte, en-suite bathroom, own DSTV, outdoor braai’s and each with its own entrance. Off-street parking behind locked gates, ensures a peaceful night’s rest. Our guest house is also pet and child friendly
Prince Albert was founded in 1762 on the loan farm De Queek Vallei with Zacharias De Beer as its first incumbent. Originally known as Albertsburg, when it obtained municipal status in 1845 it was renamed Prince Albert in honour of Queen Victoria’s consort, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg.
The famous Swartberg Pass runs between Oudtshoorn in the south and Prince Albert in the north. The pass is not paved and can be treacherous after rain, but offers spectacular views over the Little Karoo and the Great Karoo to the north.
We invite you to come and experience the peace and tranquility of our guest accommodation.