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Swimming Pool
Parking on Premises
Internet access
Tea and coffee facilities
Breakfast included
Selected DSTV Channels
Safety Deposit Box
Serviced Daily

Rivierbos Guest House offers 12 tastefully appointed non-smoking guest rooms, each with en suite bathroom.

A generous continental breakfast is included in our rates. Guests may take their breakfast in the breakfast room or on the patio overlooking the lovely garden. We recommend The Stellenbosch Hotel (our partner property; 600m away) with its new restaurant, Stellenbosch Kitchen, for lunch and dinner.

We offer a cozy guest lounge and free wireless Internet access (WiFi).

Secure on-site vehicle parking is available.

Whether you are visiting on holiday or for business, Rivierbos is the perfect blend of old world charm and affordable modern comforts - within walking distance of all that Stellenbosch offers.

Property Facilities:
Numerous restaurants, cultural attractions, coffee shops, supermarkets, boutique shopping, cinemas, vibrant student nightlife and the Stellenbosch University campus are within a scenic 5-15 minute walk.

Stellenbosch is a 25 minute drive from Cape Town International Airport and a 45 minute drive from central Cape Town.

A number of fine golf courses and many excellent wine estates are within easy driving distance of Stellenbosch. Local beaches are 20-60 minutes away.

Area Information:
Known worldwide for its quality wines and the spectacular beauty of the surroundings, Stellenbosch is home to one of the most prestigious old Wine Regions in the world. Visitors will be mesmerized by breathtaking scenery and warm South African hospitality. Here one can enjoy the juice of the vine in an awe inspiring historic setting.

In Room Facilities:
Rooms are equipped with television, tea/coffee making facilities, hair-dryer, cooling fan and wall-mounted heating panel.

Founded in 1679, Stellenbosch is the oldest town in South Africa next to Cape Town. Walking through the streets of Stellenbosch, one can almost feel the history, as if strolling in days of old. The town is packed with many historic buildings dating back to the early 1700's. Numerous interesting fables and tales are embedded in its rich historic roots and you will hear about some of these when you do the Stellenbosch on Foot tour.

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Bookings should be made by telephone, fax or email and will in return be confirmed with a
Pro Forma Invoice by fax or email.


A deposit or full pre- payment is required 4 weeks prior to the arrival date, unless other arrangements have been made. When paying via bank transfer the reservation number is required as a reference. Rates exclude bank fees. The booking will be released automatically if we do not receive payment by the specified due date.


Check-in time: 14:00 to 21:00 (early or late check-in by prior arrangement) Check-out time: 11:00


Unfortunately we cannot accommodate pets.

Check-in after 02:00 PM
Check-out before 11:00 AM
Cancellation Policy Moderate
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About the Host Date Joined: 12 Jan. 2010

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Stellenbosch Reviews

07 January 2019

Wine farms

Superb. 5 out of 5
Nicky Baholo
01 October 2018

Wine farms, and tasting, Country site, Historic, Restful place and secluded.

Superb. 5 out of 5

Nearby Attractions & Landmarks

Rupert Museum, Spier Wine Estate, Oom Samie se Winkel, Stellenbosch University Botanical Gardens