Luxury Bed & Breakfast

Middle Street Manor

Graaff-Reinet the Gem of the Karoo

Establised in August 2012

About Us

Middle Street Manor is situated in lovely quiet area in Graaff-Reinet and offers quality accommodation in this historically rich little town. The guest house offers ideal accommodation for holidaymakers and business travellers, and makes for a lovely overnight stop. Each room has its own patio with table and chairs overlooking the well-maintained garden and safe, secure off-street parking. 

Where to stay

Our Rooms

Each room has its own patio with table and chairs overlooking the well-maintained garden. Please note that there is plenty of safe, secure off-street parking. 

Double Rooms

Sleeps 2 Guests Queen-size bed
6 Rooms in Guesthouse/B&B

3 Sleeper Family Room

Sleeps 3 Guests Queen-size bed & a Single bed
1 Room in Guesthouse/B&B

4 Sleeper Family Room

Sleeps 4 Guests
Queen-size bed & 2 x Single beds
2 Rooms in Guesthouse/B&B

Graaff-Reinet the Gem of the Karoo

The Camdeboo...where space, nature and heritage combine to offer a Karoo tourism experience like no other place on earth.


The oldest town in the Eastern Cape, the fourth oldest in South Africa and certainly one of the most atmospheric, Graaff-Reinet lies enclosed by a bend in the Sundays River, overshadowed by the rocky Sneeuberg Mountain within the Camdeboo National Park. Established in 1786, this town was named after the Governor of that time - 'van der Graaf' and his wife -'Reinet'. It was only the fourth district in the Cape to receive a seat of local government or a 'Drostdy'. Known to be a barren and untamed area, it became the outpost of white civilization for trading by the middle of the last century.  The picturesque Sneeuberg Mountain Range keep watch over this typical 19th century rural town.  The town lies in the horse-shoe bend of the Sundays River and boasts more proclaimed national monuments than any other South African town.  Lies in the middle of the Karoo National Reserve (15 000 ha) where another wonder of nature, Valley of Desolation, keep silent memories of times gone by.