Rainbow Guest House and Tours
About Rainbow Guest House and Tours
Rainbow Guest House and Tours is situated in the heart of Uitenhage. Guests have a choice of staying in comfortably furnished rooms. We have 6 standard rooms and a 2 bedroom family unit. One of the standard rooms has a bath while the others have en-suite bathrooms with showers only. The 2 bedroom unit also has a kitchenette equipped with a bar fridge, microwave and tea and coffee facilities.
All rooms TV, Dstv, bar fridge, tea/coffee facilities and separate entrance.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available on request and guests can make use of the outdoor braai facilities. Safe parking is also available.
Various attractions and activities include the popular and famous Addo National Elephant Park, with tours to the park provided by an accredited tourist guide. Township tours and a trip to the Springs Resort can also be arranged on request. Port Elizabeth is just 30 minutes away and offers guests beautiful beaches as well as a variety of water sports shopping opportunities, and more.
Rainbow Guest House and Tours Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Uitenhage
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