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Prince Albert and Miller’s House

Prince Albert is an almost compulsory stopover for any north-south trip I make because it is one of South Africa’s most delightful villages… and more importantly, it is home to one of my favourite people.  Elaine Hurford has been a close friend for about 30 years and I always find her sense of style and insights inspiring.

We stayed in a house that Elaine has on her books for sale* and a special ‘thank you’ is due to Elise Senekal for having us and especially Beezus to stay.  “Bokkie” is a frequent visitor and has his meals on the lawn in front of the house, so pets are usually a no-no here.

Bokkie at Miller's House
One-horned “Bokkie” at Miller’s House

Miller’s House is a delight — two luxurious, en-suite, air-conditioned bedrooms — but it’s the stoep and setting that make it really special.  It’s set right alongside a dam… with a rowing boat moored a few steps from the front door!

The spectacular setting of Miller's House
The spectacular setting of Miller’s House

Prince Albert itself was as spellbinding as ever.  The following are Tania’s take on a walkabout the village.

Click here to email Elaine for information about purchasing Miller’s House.

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    We are looking to spend a few days traveling around this area and looking for more info 3 adults over 65yrs ! Any info please

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