Located in the quiet town of Richmond in the Northern Cape, Three Birds Country House is a haven in the Upper Karoo. Richmond is situated on the N1, about halfway between Johannesburg and Cape Town, making Three Birds an ideal overnight destination for weary travellers.
Richmond was established in 1843 to meet the religious needs of the local farming community. It was occupied by the British and was attacked by the Boers twice during the Anglo-Boer War. The town was named after the Duke of Richmond in 1845. The duke was the father-in-law of the then-governor of the Cape, Sir Peregrine Maitland after Maitland declined that the town is named after him.
At Three Birds Country House, we offer five spacious luxury suites and one family room. Each room is equipped with an en-suite bathroom, a plasma TV with certain DStv channels, a coffee machine and tea facilities.
Three of our rooms have access to the courtyard – ideal for visitors with pets, or for those who prefer to enjoy the Karoo sun and night sky in privacy.
Three Birds offers free Wi-Fi and safe parking and breakfast and dinner is available on request. On request, guests are also welcome to bring along their pets.