The Barons Palace
Affluence and opulence
The Barons Palace Hotel in Oudtshoorn reveals to her guests an era of affluence and opulence. The Hotel was built at the turn of the century by a wealthy Ostrich Baron. The warm furnishings, large airy rooms, wooden staircase and huge log fires in Winter evoke memories of the bygone Victorian era, when the ostrich feather trade was at its height.
Baron’s Palace comprises of 31 en-suite apartments, each of which is equipped with a telephone and colour TV. 24 of the air conditioned rooms open onto the swimming pool. Other facilities include an a la-carte restaurant, a Bistro and a bar. Conferences are catered for in two seperate venues. The hotel is well-positioned to explore the many attractions of Oudtshoorn, including the Cango caves, the Feather Palace Museum and the ostrich farms. Ample secure parking is available. Children are welcome.
The Baron’s Palace hotel consists out of two unique sections. The original hotel is perfectly maintained and used on a daily basis with a traditional victorian feel.
This portion of the hotel is straight out of a bygone area with large rooms, extensive use of wood and is situated in the original sandstone building dating back to 1872. The majestic old staircase lead to the first floor where we have nine rooms on offer.
24 Pool rooms are part of the newer addition to the Baron’s Hotel and build around the Pool Area. These rooms have a sleeping area and a loft area and are all en-suite with showers, aircons.