Frans Carel Te Water built this beautiful Karoo house in 1886. The house has been restored to its former glory, with a mixture of modern facilities and Karoo antiques, and has lots of character and evokes memories of a bygone era of Karoo grandeur.
Fourteen air-conditioned rooms are available, as well as satellite TV and a lounge with a cosy fireplace. Four of the rooms are separate flats, originally built as communion rooms (nagmaalkamers) for use by local farmers, decades ago, on their traditional monthly visit to the town.
Self-catering facilities are available, as well as traditional Karoo meals on request.