Guest houses in Riviersonderend
The tranquil, rural town of Riviersonderend is often used as a stopover point for people travelling through the famous Garden Route. The reason being that its location along the N2 tends to make it the ideal place for a night’s stop. However, it’s actually also a wonderful place to spend several days in, especially if you’re using it as a base for exploring the Overberg region. And the great news is that your choices for accommodation in Riviersonderend are quite varied – from guest houses to camping. Many an adventurer or explorer has stopped in the town and found some wonderful places to rest their weary head.
There are several comfortable guest houses in Riviersonderend and the surrounding areas. They offer comfort, elegance and country charm that befits the beautiful location. A guest house is always a good choice if you’re looking for a place that allows you to feel like you’re part of the community, but also get some extra creature comforts to help you relax and thoroughly enjoy your stay in such a stunning part of the Western Cape.
There are many reasons to book into a guest house in Riviersonderend. Perhaps you are looking for a great place to stay for a night or two as you go on through the Cape Country Meander. Perhaps you want to get away from your busy life and spend some time in the mountains, getting in touch with nature. Alternatively, you could live in the area and need somewhere for visitors from out of town to stay at.
Some guest houses even offer conference or event facilities, where you can host weddings, parties, work or industry conferences and team building events. It’s hard to imagine a better setting for both personal and work events than this beautiful, rural town. You are surrounded by unspoilt mountains and the locals are friendly and welcoming.
Why stay over in a Riviersonderend guest house? It’s simple, this ideally situates you in the heart of the Overberg region, making it a wonderful base of operations for any holiday where you want to explore the area. There are beautiful mountains to hike up, cycle on or take a 4x4 drive along. There’s even a golf course in town that offers some exceptional views – and plenty of challenges for all levels of player.
Let’s not forget the river for which the town is named. The banks of the river offer some exceptional opportunities for bird watching. South Africa’s national bird, the blue crane, can be seen here in abundance. If you want to get your adrenaline up, you can even take a kayak down the river.