Located in the heart of the historic town of Stellenbosch.
The original building dates back to 1946, and was owned by Prof. Gerrit Kruger, a professor in Greek and Latin Classics for 33 years. In 2007 it was purchased by the current owners to convert into what is now Albarosa Guesthouse. The house was home to a vast collection of books, which inspired the names of the various rooms. The self-catering flat, Stories Cottage, and the Mystery apartment were built during these alterations. One of the few remaining thatch roofs in the area and possibly the highest creeping bougainvillea in town.
This restored Cape-Dutch building has several elegantly furnished and air-conditioned rooms with free wireless internet in and around the house. Relax in the lounge, with its cozy fire place and big range of interesting books, or outside on the patio. Also see our splash pool. A healthy and hearty breakfast is served in the dining room. We also have a Honesty Bar at the guests disposal in the lounge area.
Work and Play
- Free wireless internet in and around the house.
- Outside patio and pool
For your Comfort
- A healthy and hearty breakfast is served in the dining room.
- We have a Honesty Bar at the guests disposal in the lounge area.
- Elegantly furnished and air-conditioned rooms