Dick and Regina Billiet welcome and cordially invite you to their historic Victorian/Karoo Guesthouse dating back to circa 1865.
We are centrally situated in the historic heart of the delightful village of Prince Albert, Western Cape, South Africa within walking distance to all the restaurants, art galleries, antique shops and places of interest.
Although we are in the centre of town a rural atmosphere persists.
On our south boundary, a vineyard of repute makes a prize winning desert wine "Soet Karoo".
Our neighbour to the north has planted an olive grove of 500 trees
Our accommodation consists of five luxury air-conditioned garden bed rooms with en-suite bathrooms and spectacular views of the Swartberg Mountains.
The Honeymoon room has a spa bath. One cottage with two bed rooms, one bath room and lounge/kitchenette.
A full English, Continental and Health breakfast is served under the vines on the patio or in the spacious Victorian dining room.
Guests can relax in 1 acre of park-like garden with swimmingpool and stunning views of the nearby Swartberg mountains.
GPS : 33° 13' 18.42" S / 22° 1' 46.27" E
Saxe-Coburg Lodge is situated in the centre of town at 60 Kerk Street, which is the main street of Prince Albert.
From Cape Town or Johannesburg
From the N1 take the turn off to Prince Albert Road and travel 45km to Prince Albert. We are on the left.
(70km via Swartberg Pass or 110km via Meiringspoort)
Follow the road nto town, pass the big white church on your left and 500m further we are on the right.