Originating in 1762, Prince Albert came about when the Kweeckvalleij farm was founded in a lush valley at the base of the breathtaking Swartberg Mountains.
The town is incredibly scenic and offers visitors a tranquil retreat wherein the niks(stillness) is said to be the ultimate balm for one's soul.
A colourful history, friendly locals and a bustling ecosystem make this a great Karoo getaway for any traveller, and the perfect place from which to explore the Swartberg. Prince Albert weekends away are said to be very relaxing, and the town is said to offer some of the most friendly hosplitality during your Prince Albert holiday. There are several options on offer when searching for Prince Albert accommodation, and the town of Prince Albert offers many things to do in the Karoo. Choose from the many guest houses, lodges, bed and breakfasts we welll as self-catering cottanges and enjoy the best of what accommodation in Prince Albert accommodation. The town is the perfect base point from which to explore the Swartberg.
Hlosi Game Lodge offers an intimate and exclusive family safari in the Eastern Cape at the Amakhala Game Reserve. With only six exclusive chalets, including two family suites, 4-star Hlosi welcomes and caters for children of all ages and specialises in creating exclusive and unforgettable child-friendly safari experiences.
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What a beautiful Lodge, excellent service (5 star), location is one of the best in this country. We received outstanding service from a team that exceeded every need we had as a family. The breakfast is outstanding and they catered for my children's needs which included items not on the normal breakfast menu.