Pepper Tree cottage was built during the late 1880's as a worker's cottage, as part of a larger farm in the area. It is now a National Monument. It is a cosy, intimate space featuring original 19th century clay walls, wood ceiling, thatched roof and a traditional open fireplace with a small Queen Ann wood stove. It has a queen-sized bed with brushed cotton bedding for comfort and an en-suite bathroom. The fully equipped kitchenette opens out onto a patio where you can enjoy the outside shower.
McGregor is a small village nestled in the mountains of the Western Cape. It is one of the best restored towns in the area and famous for it's traditional 19th C whitewashed, thatch-roofed cottages su…
There is no public transport. Most places in McGregor are within walking distance from the Cottage but getting around the village is also an easy drive with ample street parking.