Commercial propertiesCountry GuesthouseSouth Africa PropertiesCape Town PropertySwellendam Property Guest House B&B Bontebok National Park
We proudly present to you a Country
Guesthouse in Swellendam. The village is located between Cape Town and the
Garden Route of South Africa. The Bontebok National Park is the biggest
attraction of the small town.
Country Guest house
Swellendam - Commercial properties - Cape Town Property in South Africa
The four star guesthouse offers a very special commercial property on a 5.386 m² plot with an established garden and a sparkling pool. The separate six guest suites are all equipped with private verandas. They have been built so that guests cannot be disturbed and thus offer much privacy. All units are equipped with DSTV (private television), satellite TV, Wi-Fi, minibar and high-quality furniture.
Guesthouse SwellendamThe owners reside in the main house which is bright and spacious and has a well equipped kitchen with gas cooker and oven, living room with fireplace, dining room, study & master bedroom with bathroom. From the bedroom you step out onto a large veranda plus an additional terrace with barbecue. The whole property is well maintained, has water access, sprinkler system, three-phase electricity and parking for 8 vehicles. The Alcohol License and all municipal approvals are up to date.
The B & B was awarded the Superior Rating of Automobile Association of SA! Balance sheets are available and are presented during a personal visit. An independent German-speaking tax consultant and lawyer from Cape Town will explain the South African balance sheets and contracts to you. A free immigration consultation is offered on site
Tourists from all over the world enjoy
a stopover in Swellendam. Most of the holidaymakers drive or come from the
Garden Route, Hermanus or Oudtshoorn. Many fall in love with the little
village, because it is the most beautiful little town in the Overberg region.
Besides the Bontebok National Park, it also has a charming environment.
The quiet village has only 8,500 inhabitants and offers great leisure activities such as horseback riding, canoeing or mountain biking. The trademark of Swellendam are the four wildly rugged mountain peaks of the 'Langeberge', which are known since the arrival of the Dutch as 10, 11, 12 & 13 o'clock because they form a sundial at noon. The small village also has its own unique history: when the inhabitants wanted to start their own republic around 1795 they were in conflict with the '' Dutch East India Company ''. Three months later the British cleared up the dispute and the small insurgence came to an end. Distance map: The distance from CapeTown to Swellendam is about 219 km. For further distances please refer to the following: