About Gourits River Guest Farm
Situated in the Garden Route, Gourits River Guest Farm aims to give guests only the best scenic views and accommodation overlooking on their own adventure island, while overlooking the Gourits River. With the mountains as a backdrop, guests will have an unforgettable yet peaceful and rustic stay.
Enjoy a memorable stay with nature walks, stunning scenery, fishing adventures, mountain biking, bird watching, quad bike adventures, swimming and canoeing, depending on the water level, 4x4 adventures as well as a host of interesting historical facts.
Family friendly: We offer pool area, play in the river depending on water level , climbing the island and etcetera.
Stay between 15 Aug 2018 and 30 Sep 2018 and get R200 off on selected rooms.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 15 Aug 2018 and 30 Sep 2018)
- A minimum booking amount of R1980 is required.
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