Swellendam, Western Cape
Get back to nature at Aan de Oever Guesthouse, a beautiful getaway in Swellendam - the third oldest town in South Africa and brimming with history.
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Get back to nature at Aan de Oever Guesthouse, a beautiful getaway in the South African town of Swellendam.
Sitting right on the bank of the Koornlands River and with the Langeberg Mountains as a backdrop, it truly is a stunning place to visit.
There are several different rooms on offer to accommodate between 2 and 4 guests, so there are plenty of options for those coming to stay. Air conditioning, heating and a WiFi come as standard in these elegantly furnished rooms with en-suite bathrooms, complete with both a shower and bath.
Guests can also enjoy the buffet breakfast, which has a wide selection to cater for all needs. There is also a shared lounge and TV room for those who want to relax inside and free parking on site.
Outside is where this property really shines, though, with the amazing gardens hosting an array of wildlife surrounding the sun terrace. Sun worshippers can soak up the rays on loungers, while there are also barbeque facilities for those who want dine al fresco.
Guests can then take a dip in the salt water swimming pool looking out onto the wonderful surroundings and there is also a plunge pool to cool off in.
Situated on the route between Cape Town and Knysna, Swellendam is also perfectly placed for getting to lots of nearby attractions.
In the town itself is the third oldest in South Africa and is therefore brimming with history. There is the Drostdy Museum, which was built by the East India Company in 1747 and has been used by many different people over the years before it became a museum in 1939. There is also the SwellenMark Regional Shopping Center and a whole host of restaurants and cafes to enjoy.
The accommodating hosts can also help guests organise horse riding, hiking and cycling trips nearby, while for the golfers there is also Swellendam Golf Course just 1.2 miles from Aan de Oever Guesthouse.
Wildlife lovers should make the trip to Marloth Nature Reserve, which includes the prominent Clock Peaks and offers great opportunities for walks, bird watching and picnics.
Cape Town International Airport, 128 miles
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