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Ann Villa - General (8 of 12)

Situated near the N12 Treasure Route from Johannesburg to Cape Town via Kimberley, the large suburban fenced in vast property was purpose built into thoughtfully appointed rooms to welcome guests.

16 Guest rooms are situated around two court yards named King and Queen’s Court which mainly refer to the size of the beds. Various options of rooms includes a family room, a wheelchair friendly room and self-catering capacity rooms.

All rooms are very spacious with sensible floor layouts. The décor is classic modern and elegant in stylish subdued pastel tones with quality furniture.  It is the perfect haven for business and leisure travelers alike and provides a comfortable work desk with ample lighting.

The New-Victorian style main house features a semi open dining room and small informal lounge with a corner bar en route to the fully equipped Conference room. Noticeable antique furniture and heirlooms set the tone together with chandeliers and original pictures, paintings and quilts will contribute towards the enjoyment of meals.

Ann Villa - Room - Kings (1 of 13)
Old House

the history

In the early 1930’s local attorney Danny van Ryneveldt built the original gabled house on a large small holding for his wife called Pixie.  The original imported wooden floors and pressed ceilings are to be seen in the breakfast room and throughout the main house.  Only two families have owned this house after it was built by the Van Ryneveldt’s. At the time it was a smaller farm style homestead, complete with cows and water irrigation canals.


The Styger Family acquired the property in 1989.  During renovations these irrigation canals were exposed and various artefacts were found. Extensive renovations and redevelopment were added on to the original home.  Johan was instrumental in the layout of the initial and enlarged family home.  The veranda added on the western façade became characteristic in all future extensions.