Built in 1905 by Sidney Herbert Adley during the "Ostrich Feather Boom" this magnificent Victorian home was bequeathed in 1948 to the orphans of the Second World War.
Mr/s Macmoran tended 16 Polish orphans until they completed high school in the early sixties. It was then sold.
We bought it in 1989 and undertook the arduous task of restoration - Hilda started a B&B in 1994 which is now a true guest house - a retreat for you to enjoy - in true Victorian style.
Pieter and Hilda Retief with the help of two of their daughters, Heleen and Liza manage Adley House personally.
As true South Africans and residents in Oudtshoorn for over thirty years, they are able to, not only give you a warm welcome and real South African hospitality, but also answer all the questions you may have.
Enjoy and relax in our two swimming pools to cool you down on our lovely hot summer and winter days. Log fires in winter.
Enjoy our evergreen, well-kept gardens and park in safety,
in-house, on our large property of 5000 square meters.
Twelve large en-suite individually decorated rooms to make your stay a pleasant one.
individually air-conditioned with quiet, modern remote controlled air-conditioners
channel TV - remote
fully stocked fridges
tea and coffee trays
overhead fans and electric blankets
telephones and fax facilities
Daily laundry service available
Adley House Activities:
Oudtshoorn is one of the ten most popular tourist venues in South Africa with no less than four Ostrich Farms, the world famous Cango Caves and the internationally renown Cango Wildlife Ranch.
A breathtaking drive over the Swartberg Pass is also not to be missed when visiting Oudtshoorn - 'the "Mecca" of the Ostrich Industry'
Click to display the map
Adley House Guest Review
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 1
Very nice place and excellent service.
Rating: Reviewed by Daniel Laborde over a year ago