Situated away from the noise of the main road yet still within walking distance of the tourist centres and excellent restaurants.
Swellendam is the perfect stopover on your way to the Garden Route, they are approx 15km from the beautiful Tradouw's Pass that will take you on to the Route 62, Barrydale and Oudtshoorn.
Only 2 hours from Cape Town, come relax and spend a weekend recharging your batteries next to the Langeberg mountains, sleep late and enjoy a full English breakfast next to their sparkling pool.
Walking distance from Marloth Park for the hikers and birdwatchers. Enjoy their historical beauty and many artists that reside in this picturesque town Enjoy our old fashioned South African hospitality in this highly recommended Guest House.
Suezann or Olwyn will welcome you with a complimentary drink. With plenty to do in Swellendam be sure not to cut your stay short.
An area abounding in natural beauty, Swellendam offers:
- Liqueur tasting at Wildebraam.
- Wine tasting on the Robertson Wine Route.
- We offer small conference facilities for up to 15 people.
- Hiking in Marloth Park Nature Reserve or Bontebok National Park.
- Day trips to Cape Agulhas, over the pont at Malgas, Witsand (where the whale babies are born) and de Hoop Nature Reserve.
Facilities & Services:
- Children under 12 years
- Honeymoon Couples
- Laundry Service
- Ironing Service
- Special Meals on Request
- Conference facilities
- Wine Tasting
- Self-Braai / Barbecue
- Dining room
- Bar on the Premises
- Cots available
- Internet Access
- Fax & Photocopy Machine
- Parking (open and off-street)
- Fireplace on the Premises
- Hiking / Walking Trails
- Communal Television
- Horse Riding
- Swimming Pool
- Communal Satellite TV
- DVD and/or VCR
All rooms are en-suite and are beautifully furnished with percale cotton linen, soft fluffy towels.
Rooms are equipped with SABC TV and M-Net, along with tea / coffee making facilities, ceiling fans and heaters.
All rooms have their own entrances for peace and privacy.
* Cape Agulhas
* Whale Nursery
* River Rafting
* Sunset Cruises
* Drostdy Museum
* Faerie Sanctuary
* Robertsons Wine Route
* Wildebraam Liqueur Farm
Aanhuizen Guest Reviews
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 4
This establishment was very comfortable and friendly service with good tips for restaurants and hiking.
Rating: Reviewed by Malte Simon over a year ago
It has a nice garden. The room was a bit small but confortable. The Wi-Fi did not work very well. The staff was friendly. I do recomend it for a small stop.
Rating: Reviewed by Jose Maria Dominguez over a year ago
Good location. Welcoming and homely. Rooms satisfactory although the shower and press next to it required upgrading. Lacking space for baggage. Breakfast satisfactory. Good value for money.
Rating: Reviewed by Jean Kenny over a year ago
Rating: Reviewed by Martin Weaver over a year ago
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