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About Fish Eagle Guest House

Fish Eagle Guest House provides its guests with a comfortable and relaxing stay. A warm welcome awaits all guests as they arrive and are always invited for a friendly chat. Your friendly hosts, Piet and Louise Geyer, welcome you to come and stay at their well-appointed establishment, designed as a stopover option for people travelling the country, or just stopping to take in the local offerings.

Accommodation comprises three private and cosy bedrooms, each sleeping two, three, and four guests respectively in double and single beds. Each unit has an en-suite bathroom and is fitted with useful amenities such as coffee and tea-making facilities, fans, panel heaters, and TVs. The guest house also offers a breakfast room where scrumptious meals are served in the morning. The room opens onto the backyard, complete with a swimming pool and a barbecue facility. If it's raining, an indoor barbecue facility is also available for guests' convenience.

The house is artfully decorated in a modern style with original paintings and kelims. The hosts love serving delicious meals to their guests, and pride themselves in their artful presentation.

  • Response Rate: 92%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 16 hours
  • Minimum stay: 2 Days
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 9
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 8 Reviews

Facilities

  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

Fish Eagle Guest House Rooms

Reviews for Fish Eagle Guest House

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Oliver Fuller
18 February 2018

Private and cosy. Lovely schnauzers. Rec the pool on site and the Victoria Manor hotel for dinner. Ask for Amos.

Louise Jardin
17 December 2017

Oom Piet made us feel so at home, and gave us great advice on the surrounding area. We enjoyed the pool and the beautiful garden. Slept like babies in the comfy beds. The kids had a great time playing with the soft natured doggies. Thanks for everything oom Piet, well visit again soon.

Kobie Lindeque
09 October 2017

Friendly reception, we really felt at home.

Carla Kirsten
06 April 2017

Nice clean bedding.

Yvonne Syffert, South Africa
22 November 2016

Baie mooi en gerieflik vir n gesin van 4.

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Fish Eagle Guest House is 2.3km from the centre of Cradock , the nearest airport 203.3km (Port Elizabeth Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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