Albert Manor Guest House, Ladismith

The most recommended place to stay when in Ladismith, Albert Manor is a historical monument building for the town and rightly so. The property is set in lush gardens with mountain backdrops and the building and house itself has an exterior and interior that oozes with history. In typical colonial meets Afrikaans influence the house is filled with large rooms, lounges and dining rooms and the conversion to a guest house has brought all that charm with it. Try a meal at Andri’s Restaurant down the road.

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The most recommended place to stay when in Ladismith

This grand and spacious Victorian home (circa 1892) was declared a National Monument and provides an authentic, personal experience of the affluent lifestyle during the boom of the ostrich era. Owners Bennie and Elizabeth Stroebel are your hosts and ensure warm hospitality, making your stay a memorable and personal experience. Albert Manor is set in a beautiful garden with majestic views of Towerkop, Elandsberg and surrounding Klein Swartberg Mountains. Guests can relax on the verandah and enjoy the peaceful ambience of the Klein Karoo.

“For the second year in a row Albert Manor hosted us with warmth and comfort. The Victorian house, now a national monument, is a touch of old and new. The charm and character remains while host Elizabeth is all smiles. Conveniently you are within walking distance to Ladismith shops and restaurants. Discover under-rated Ladismith and surrounds and use Albert Manor as your base.” Roger, The Expedition Project.


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