Self Catering / Bed & Breakfast
Fraserburg is a quaint little town in the Karoo region of South Africa’s Northern Cape province, easily accessible from Williston, Sutherland, Loxton and Leeu-Gamka, as well as the N1; all of which are approximately a 100 km drive.
We offer a variety of rooms, all en-suite with TV.
Wi-Fi is available.
Self Catering and Bed and Breakfast options are available.
3 designated braai areas are also available.
Breakfast options are available at an additional fee.
We also cater for Vegetarians & Vegans.
Surround yourself in our beautiful garden.
In-Room Dining Area
All units have their own fully equipped kitchen.
Our friendly staff members are available for daily cleaning as needed.
Each unit has its own allocated barbecue area.
Wi-Fi available to all guests.
Die Pers Malva
Right across the street you will find this quirky little Coffee-shop, Gift-shop, and Printing shop all-in-one.
Offers light meals from 9am - 4pm Monday to Friday.
Unique to this region. As there were few trees in the area, early settlers constructed their houses and granaries out of local stone. Many are still to be seen on local farms. This example is a reconstruction, to be seen in the Fraserburg Municipal garden.
Ou Pastorie Museum
This building was erected in 1856 to accommodate the first reverend of the newly founded congregation, Rev Carl Arnoldus Bamberger. With its thatch roof , whitewashed walls, small-paned windows and elaborate front entrance, it has a typical Cape Dutch appearance. At one stage, it was the only formal building in the village.
Fraserburg Logan Toneelfees
The annual Logan Drama Festival takes place in Fraserburg during the first week of August. It is the oldest and biggest festival specifically for school drama, taking place since 1976.
Die Peperbus (Pepperpot)
This six-sided structure, unique in South Africa, and situated on what is known as the old Market Square, has become the symbol of Fraserburg. It was designed by the Reverend Bamberger, and built by Adam Jacobs, a local artisan, in 1861.
Erected by John Findlay in 1870, to store ammunition in case war should break out with the Korannas under leadership of Kupido Pofadder, to limit danger from fire. It was also used by the British troops during the Anglo-Boer War.
From locally produced honey, and various baked goods, to numerous secondhand items, the market takes place once every month.
Gansfontein Paleo Surface
"The footprints” found on the farm Gansfontein is one of the most spectacular surfaces found in the Karoo, displaying several trackways of large four-footed, five-toed mammal-like reptiles known as dinocephalians, and a single set of stubby-toed prints probably made by a primitive reptile known as Bradysaurus.
2 Voortrekker Street. The town obtained its first direct current in 1938. During September 1956 this was converted to alternating current, and on 24 June 1983 Fraserburg received its first Eskom power. Seven Lister Blackstone engines may still be seen.
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