Self Catering Accommodation in Prince Albert
Swartberg Cottages offers you affordable overnight self catering accommodation in Prince Albert, Western Cape. We invite you to come and experience the peace and tranquility of our self catering guest accommodation.
Swartberg Cottages has three apartments, each with its own entrance. We offer secure off-street parking behind locked gates, ensuring you a peaceful night’s rest. Our guest house is also child friendly. You will be welcomed by our friendly staff and made to feel at home in no time.
Affordable Self Catering Accommodation – Prince Albert
Our rates start from as little as R330 (Single) to R600 Double. View our rates page for more information.
Facilities at Swartberg Cottages include:
- Safe parking behind locked gates
- Own Full DSTV
- Free Wi-Fi available
- Outdoor braai
- En-suite bathroom
Prince Albert and its beautiful surroundings offer attractions for everybody from hikers and bikers, to birdwatchers, stargazers and botanists. You can visit the Saturday morning market, go star gazing with Astro Tours, take a scenic drive or visit the Fransie Pienaar Museum. Other attractions include The Showroom Theatre, Karoo Atronomy, Weltevrede Game Drives, the Prince Albert Garden Club and more.
The village has many well-preserved Cape Dutch, Karoo and Victorian buildings, thirteen of which are National Monuments. There are also several olive farms and other very large export fruit farms in the area, as well as sheep farms, an export mohair trade, and each year the village celebrates the well-known olive festival. The town of Prince Albert has much to offer.
Come and explore our beautiful little town with its friendly community.
Book accommodation in Prince Albert
The town was founded in 1762 on the loan farm De Queek Vallei with Zacharias De Beer as its first incumbent. Originally known as Albertsburg, when it obtained municipal status in 1845 it was renamed Prince Albert in honour of Queen Victoria’s consort, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg. Find out more about Prince Albert’s history.