Afdakkie is a self-catering free standing house in a quiet street in the heart of Prince Albert. It is one of the older houses in town, thought to have been a Nagmaalhuisie. The house still has some of the original architectural features in the form of old reed ceilings and oregan pine doors.
The house is now simply furnished with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It is fully equipped for self-catering and offers basic supplies such as tea, coffee and fresh milk. The bedrooms have comfortable beds with feather duvets and cotton linen. Towels are provided.
There is an outside courtyard, with shade in summer provided by a large old grapevine. The front stoep has a wonderful view over the town and into the Karoo. The house is walking distance from restaurants and shops. The back yard has a herb garden and fruit trees.