Steytlerville in the Karoo has always been renowned for its fine angora goats. Of late, there is a new sensation bringing visitors from all over the world to see an outrageously spectacular dinner show in the recently revived Art Deco hotel just outside of town.
You have arrived at your private oasis of style, glitz, laughter and honest food. An unpretentious welcome by our entourage of furry four legged friends assures that you are made to feel completely at home. Put your feet up and relax on one of the deep comfort couches on our stoep. Be entranced by the tranquillity. Cleanse your lungs inhaling the purest karoo air. Embrace the space and magnificent views of wide open plains and surrounding mountains. Enjoy our garden, manicured lawns and the sparkling pool, or take a sunset stroll to our dam where you can observe the abundance of bird life.
Oscar’s private bar, reserved for residents only, boasts an antique snooker table which may entice you to engage in a game and rediscover your skills whilst quenching your thirst.
Children are welcome and there is abundance of things to keep them occupied and entertained.
On week nights, dinner is a la carte. Jacque’s menu offers a variety of tasty dishes, including vegan and vegetarian which he lovingly prepares himself. Whilst dining, you may request that Mark serenades you on his Bluethner grand piano, and Jacques may even render a song or two. As a dessert, nothing can quite match Jacque’s freshly made waffles and home made ice cream drizzled with syrup.
Every Saturday night “Grimaldi’s Theatre Hall” is abuzz with excitement as guests are treated to a delectable three course, candle lit dinner together with a sleek and glitzy show. “The Steytlerville Follies” is presented by Freddy Ferrari and stars the legendary Karoovian diva, Dame Leyla Lamborgini.
GPS : 33° 19' 54.06" S / 24° 21' 32.25" E
On the R329 north of Steytlerville, just north of the Groot River bridge, is a gravel road leading south. The Karroo Hotel is the first place on the left down this road.