About Sunset View Guest House
Sunset View Guest House is situated in the small rural town of Pigg's Peak in the Hhohho District of north west Swaziland, with breathtaking mountain views. This well-fenced, secure property is currently being developed in an eco-friendly way utilizing permaculture techniques, to leave as small a foot print on the earth's surface as possible.
The residence and guest house use solar-heated water and rain water from the roof is captured in tanks for garden irrigation. Some grey water is treated for orchard irrigation, while other grey water irrigates the banana and pawpaw circles. Chickens roam free in the fenced, developing and orchard area, and a large pond is under construction to create an attractive environment for the more than 70 bird species found visiting this property.
Secure off-street parking is provided and each guest unit has its own entrance and outdoor area, bathroom and satellite TV. All guest units are also equipped with a self-catering mini kitchen with utensils, microwave oven and either a two-burner cook top or an electric fry pan. Tea and coffee is provided and a breakfast basket is available on request.
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Things to do in and around Piggs Peak
(24.3 km from Piggs Peak)
Glide through the forest canopy in one of Swaziland’s mountain wildernesses. Close to the famous Malolotja Falls and set within the forested Sihlotswane gorge, the Malolotja Canopy Tour offers a three-hour thrilling adventure. The tour takes guests...
(27.5 km from Piggs Peak)
The Makhonjwa Mountains around Barberton are renowned for their ancient green rocks with their unique scientific record of the pre-history of the earth and for the human stories in pursuit of hidden gold.Also referred to as the ‘Genesis of Life’,...
(28.5 km from Piggs Peak)
Get bunged up with local knowledge at the Barberton Museum where the geology, mining, Swazi history and general history of Barberton are displayed, as well as Belhaven and Stopforth House Museums, Fernlea Museum and the Block House.Find out about...
(29.5 km from Piggs Peak)
Take a slow stroll along the Heritage Walk from Barberton Museum to see a relic from yesteryear. This lovely old locomotive was brought to Barberton on its own steam in 1971, having served on the railway line between Barberton and Kaapmuiden from...