All Comments for Peace Valley Guesthouse

Reviews 4 of 4
Diana Lockett, South Africa - 20 December 2016
Nice and very clean. Beware, the blue room is smallish, no aircon and not ensuite.

Establishment Response:

I would point out that the very large Front Room, en-suite and with a balcony overlooking the garden was available when Diana made her booking for the smaller and cheaper Blue Room. The Front Room currently costs R900 per night and the Blue Room costs R100 less at R800 per night. Both rates are inclusive of breakfast which I have been advised by other guests as being ‘very cheap’!!

I have deliberately not installed Aircon in the property as it uses a lot of electricity and my decision not to do so was partly influenced by the problems encountered with the electricity supply in South Africa as well as environmental concerns which we try to address at Peace Valley - having installed 1 solar geyser and 1 heat pump in the last few years and make use of the grey water to irrigate part of the garden. We are actively encouraged to operate with environmental considerations in mind.
Tony Ferrie, South Africa - 23 April 2015
Lorna was wonderful. We had a very brief but memorable stay with her and we will certainly take up her offer of a coffee or glass of wine when next we are passing through Napier. Thank you Lorna for your friendly breakfast chat.
Great Stay but Support Local
Siegfried Pretsch, South Africa - 16 April 2015
Great stay, everything in place and clean - no complaints. Sadly, at breakfast, we found no local produce.  Dischem honey and WW preserve I can buy all around Joburg, however, raw Fynbos honey I cannot. Think about supporting local trade.
Peace and Tranquility at Peace Valley
Penny Hinde, South Africa - 06 October 2008
We had a truly wonderful stay. As a family of 2 couples, a grandma and 2 little children, we fitted very comfortably into the Peace Valley home. It is beautifully decorated with some lovely little luxurious touches, which made us feel very pampered. The grounds are gorgeous and it is an absolute treat to walk around them - or find a peaceful spot to read a book. The kiddies loved all the farm animals and the very friendly labradors! For a break away from it all, it really is the perfect spot. next time my partner and I will choose it for a romantic get away! Lorna is an easy, friendly hostess, she will make sure that you are comfortable and happy. Ten out of Ten!

Peace Valley Guesthouse
Peace Valley Guesthouse is set on a sprawling estate in the heart of Napier in the Western Cape. The Guest house offers superior 4 Star accredited bed and breakfast accommodation, as well as self-catering facilities for those wishing to have a DIY weekend away.

The two large dams directly in front of the main house are frequented by various waterfowl who will entertain you for hours with their endless games. Geese, an Ibis and a pair of Hadida are regular visitors to the dams where you will often find the two Labradors, Lex and Chelsea, taking their daily swim. A family of Guinea Fowl has adopted the garden and surrounds as their home and an otter has been sighted several times visiting the dams with the occasional Water Mongoose as well.

Peace Valley Guesthouse e is all about relaxation, de-stressing and unwinding from the rigours of city living. We offer a tranquil haven where you can have a therapeutic weekend of massage, facials and reflexology. This must be pre-booked in advance. Breakfasts are wholesome and healthy, packed with crunchy muesli and health cereals, yogurts, seasonal fruits, fresh juices, fresh farm breads, cheeses, preserves and delicious croissants.

There is a fully fitted kitchen, laundry facilities and a swimming pool. An entertainment area and braai facilities are available as well. Parking is secure and on-site and the property is fully enclosed with an electric entrance gate. All guests are provided with a remote control for the duration of their stay. Tables, chairs, sun loungers and umbrellas are situated around the pool and entertainment area and in the garden and are for the use of guests.

Napier is a small town with a unique, rustic charm; many weekend visitors use this central point as a base from which to see the many sights and wonders the Overberg has to offer. The guest house is in close proximity to various small, trendy restaurants and pubs, as well as interesting shops, museums and art galleries displaying the work of several local artists. There are easy hiking trails and cycle routes close by, so don’t forget to bring along your mountain bike if you’re feeling energetic. Alternatively you can book to go horse riding if you prefer a more relaxing pace.

Please note the guest unit and all facilities can be rented out for exclusive use for a maximum of eight guests on a self-catering basis. Please enquire about rates when booking.