Heritage House B&B - Cradock, Karoo Hartland

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Heritage House B&B

Cradock, Karoo Hartland - Accommodation

Heritage House B&B rating


This accommodation in Cradock is a gracious Victorian homestead in a quiet, tranquil garden setting within walking distance of the Cradock central business district. Heritage House B&B has seven double en suite bedrooms all with own entrances; three are in the main house and four in two garden cottages. They all have a bar fridge, television, tea & coffee making facilities, toiletries and ceiling fan. Heater and electric blankets are provided in winter.

A full English breakfast served in superb style, home cooked evening meals and packed lunched available upon timeous request at this Cradock accommodation.

There are two garden cottages, secure off-street parking and a large sparkling salt-water swimming pool that offers cool relief from the summer heat.

Large comfortable home with 2 garden cottages.
• Bedrooms all en-suite with private entrances.
• TV in every room.
• Tea & coffee in rooms.
• Full English breakfast served in superb style.
• Home cooked evening meals and packed lunch is available upon request.
• Secure off-street parking.
• Large sparkling swimming pool.
• Gay Friendly
• braai (barbeque) facilities are available.

This accommodation Cradock offers, was established in 1999 in a 180-year-old Victorian homestead. The history of Heritage House dates back to just after the founding of the town in 1814 and the building was extensively renovated in the early 1970's.

Attractions in Cradock include the Mountain Zebra Park, Olive Schreiner House and museums. There are also a variety of restaurants and other tourist attractions nearby. Cradock is probably best known for its natural sulphur spring, now the source of the towns modern spa that draws people from all over the country to experience both its open-air and indoor heated pools.

Stay in Cradock at the lovely historic Heritage House B&B and come experience the town and all it has to offer.

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Heritage House B&B, Cradock, Karoo Hartland

Establishment Facilities
  • American Express
  • Animal Friendly
  • BBQ
  • Children Welcome
  • Diners Club
  • Disabled Friendly
  • Gay Friendly
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Mastercard
  • Pools
  • Secure Parking
  • Visa
Room Amenities
  • Non Smoking
  • Phone
  • Television

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Directions to Heritage House B&B

Map of Heritage House B&B in Cradock, Karoo Hartland


Directions to Heritage House B&B

GPS Co-Ordinates: 25° 36' 57.8" E / 32° 10' 23" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Heritage House B&B in Cradock, Karoo Hartland

Departing: Port Elizabeth Airport
Address: Boeing Street, Port Elizabeth Airport (PLZ), Port Elizabeth 6011, South Africa
Distance: 252 km / Duration: 2 hours 41 mins
1. Head northeast 0.4 km
2. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Allister Miller Dr
Go through 1 roundabout
1.4 km
3. Turn left onto Forest Hill N/B Rd 0.9 km
4. Turn right onto Walmer Rd 0.6 km
5. Take the 2nd left onto South Union St (signs for M4/R75/Grahamstown/Uitenhage/City) 68 m
6. Continue onto M4 6.7 km
7. Take exit 751B on the right to merge onto N2 toward Grahamstown 46.2 km
8. Continue onto N10 195 km
9. Turn left onto Voortrekker St/N10 0.5 km
10. Continue onto Commissioner St 0.2 km
11. Turn left onto Bree St
Destination will be on the right
0.1 km

Nearest Airport

Port Elizabeth Airport - Port Elizabeth


Port Elizabeth International Airport was established in 1929 and each year it has more than one million passengers making it the fourth busiest airport in South Africa.

Port Elizabeth International Airport is three kilometres away from the city centre or a ten-minute drive and is close to the South Eastern side of Algoa Bay. Its former name was the H. F. Verwoerd Airport.

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