About Carneddie Cottage
Situated in the picturesque town of Bredasdorp, Carneddie Cottage offers lovely self-catering accommodation to guests. It is a great choice for small groups looking for a quiet getaway in this part of the Western Cape.
Set within a lush garden, this delightful little cottage has two en-suite bedrooms, of which both have French doors leading outside. The open-plan living space, with its comfortable lounge and well-equipped kitchen, leads out onto the covered patio and dining area.
The cottage is conveniently located in the centre of the town and is within walking distance to this area’s shops, restaurants and other attractions. After a day of discovery, guests can return to the cottage to relax in the garden before enjoying a delicious braai.
Golf: We have a pretty 9 hole golf course in an excellent condition. The fees are reasonable so come and enjoy the facilities.
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