Historic & luxurious – The Mont d’Or Swartberg Hotel has it all & more!

Posted on Mon September 16, 2019.

An established National Monument in the Swartberg Mountains, the 150-year-old Mont d’Or Swartberg Hotel is a charming luxury escape like no other. The hotel’s location in the heart of Prince Albert makes it the perfect base to explore the vast expanses of the Karoo.

The moment you arrive you will experience outstanding rural hospitality and delicious local cuisine in their dining room. The natural beauty of the area is something you will never forget; take in the majesty of the Swartberg Mountains and enjoy a view of the starry sky in the evenings.

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Escape the Cape and come relax in the Karoo

Posted on Mon June 18, 2018 in Accommodation in Prince Albert.

To all our friends in the Cape Town area, why not take a break from the Cape and join us in the Great Karoo for some hearty food, nostalgia and a true home-away-from-home experience.

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Go on a culinary adventure in the Karoo

Posted on Fri February 16, 2018 in Things to do in Prince Albert.

If you have a passion for cooking and you want to raise your skill level, or you’d like to learn to cook under a great South African chef in a real restaurant environment, why not head out to the Karoo and have a little taste of African Relish?

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Humble Karoo beginnings that turned into a fruitful family empire

Posted on Wed January 24, 2018 in Things to do in Prince Albert.

Prince Albert is well known for its stunning natural beauty, the famous Swartberg pass and the fascinating 150-year-old heritage of this small town. The landscape around Prince Albert tells a million stories of the people that lived here, their humble beginnings and the treasures they uncovered. And as history will show, treasures can be very fruitful indeed.

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The famous Sunday roast at the Mont d'Or Swartberg Hotel

Posted on Fri December 8, 2017 in Things to do in Prince Albert.

If we had to pick a favourite day of the week, it would probably be Sunday. Why? Because on Sundays we like to get people together to reflect on the week that has passed over a hearty Sunday roast.

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