The Home of Good
Food since 1900
is perhaps the hotel’s greatest claim to fame.
The intimate dining room offers an excellent
table d'hote menu with good wholesome home cooking.
The extensive menu features traditional dishes while
an a-la-carte menu is also available and the wine cellar
is generously stocked with a wide selection of wines
to cater for every palate.
tends to the traditional and is both delicious and plentiful.
Bread is freshly baked on the premises. Recipes have
been handed down from cook to cook as jealously guarded
secrets. The reputation of the pickled fish, for example,
has even spread overseas.
In his book “In
Search of South Africa”, the British writer H.V.
Morton was moved to mention Albertinia as a result of
a meal at the hotel: “…and we plunged into
that riot of eatables…”
In the days
when the mail ships used to stop at Mossel Bay passengers
were often transported to the hotel for a dinner.
lunches and our shady tea garden offer a lighter alternative
a sample Menu click the thumbnail.