Peace Valley Guest House is set on a sprawling estate in the heart of Napier in the Western Cape. The Guest House offers superior 4 star accredited bed and breakfast accommodation in addition to self catering facilities for those wishing to have a DIY weekend away.
The two large ponds directly in front of the main house are frequented by various waterfowl who will entertain you for hours with their endless bickering and squawking at one another. Geese, an Ibis and a pair of Hadida are regular visitors to the ponds where you'll often find the resident labradors take their daily swim.
Peace Valley Guest House is all about relaxation, de-stressing and unwinding from the rigours of the highspeed lives we live.
Breakfasts are wholesome and healthy, packed with crunchy muesli and health cereals, yoghurts, seasonal fruits, fresh juices, fresh farm breads, cheeses and preserves and delicious croissants.
Peace Valley Guest House is set in the heart of Napier in the Overberg, Western Cape. A small town with a unique rustic charm which brings many weekend visitors exploring this extremely central point from which to see the many sights and wonders which the Overberg has to offer.
The Guest House is in close proximity to trendy small town restaurants and pubs and interesting shops and museums. There are easy hiking and cycle paths, so don't forget to bring along your mountain bike if you're feeling energetic.
We're within easy driving distances to surrounding towns which makes us an ideal central point from which to explore beaches, whales, wine, nature reserves, arts and crafts, hiking trails, and spectacular scenery:
Arniston, Struisbaai, Agulhas & Hermanus (40 MInutes)
Agulhas - 30km
Bredasdorp - 15km
Caledon Casino and Spa - 50km
De Hoop Nature Reserve - 60km
De Mond Nature and marine reserve - 20km
Elim missionary and craft village - 30km
Struisbaai - 27 km
Very peaceful, great gardens. Good attention to detail and accommodation great. A nice place to use as a base with nothing wanting. Thank you for your hospitality.Saturday, 18 May 2013