About Imvani Country Inn
Imvani Country Inn lies on the eastern perimeter of the 4000-hectare game and cattle ranch. The Imvani River forms part of the eastern boundary and the Kei River the southern side of the ranch.
Situated in a beautiful garden, Imvani offers guests a choice of staying in one of six double rooms, each with a private entrance. Three of the rooms offer queen-size beds while the other three rooms offer two three-quarter beds. Each room has an en-suite bathroom and is equipped with a TV as well as tea and coffee facilities. Braai facilities and parking is available for guests.
We serve all meals in the dining room and guests wishing to self-cater can make use of a kitchen that is equipped with a stove, an oven, a microwave, a fridge, cutlery and crockery. Guests can relax in the main lounge which is equipped with a TV with DStv or relax in the cocktail lounge. There are laundry facilities such as a washing machine and a tumble-dryer for guests to use.
Imvani Country Inn offers a range of activities such as picnics, walking trails, guided or self-drive game drives, fishing and birdwatching. Guests can also enquire at the office regarding rock art, river tubing and educational tours. We can also personalize activities at the ranch on request.
Rooms are also available for self-catering, so please enquire accordingly.
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