Aan de Eike Guest House

We’re gearing up to open a second Guest House in Swellendam.
Aan de Eike Guest House, Take it to the Strip!
We’re Booker Ready Now and Opening in September 2019

Be One of Our First Bookers and Receive 20% off Your First Night, When Staying Two Nights or More!

Aan de Leisure’s Establishments are of the highest standard; Aan de Eike Guest House will be no different.

 

Currently under construction, tucked just off Swellendam’ s main road, this mid-range, affordable, Guest House is being completely renovated and will be tastefully furnished with all modern facilities. It will feature eighteen bedrooms, all individually styled but similar in size, comfortably sleeping 2 people with en-suite bathrooms. One of these bedrooms will be a family or group option with an en suite bathroom and will comfortably sleep up to 4 adults.

As well as a restaurant to cater to guests’ dining needs, our leisure facilities will include a large outdoor swimming pool and BBQ or ‘Braai’ area and for your further pampering, a small gym, sauna and a bicycle wash bay.

Swellendam is the 3rd oldest town in South Africa & offers you natural beauty with spectacular views. We like to think of Swellendam as our gateway to the Garden Route as well as Route 62.

This property will have secure parking, is enclosed in a sunny private, elegantly decorated courtyard, all our bedrooms face the central swimming pool, garden and deck area and is set against the backdrop of the majestic Langeberg Mountains.

Aan de Eike is situated on our Swellendam ‘strip’ or ‘tourist mile’ therefore close to our museum and historic sites, supermarkets, post office, hiking, cycling routes and East side entrance to the town, from the N2 national road.

We are bicycle friendly, hiker friendly, family friendly and motorcycle friendly, and can’t wait for you to make Aan de Eike your favourite stop every time you visit or pass through Swellendam. We look forward to you joining us for a comfy stay, with a relaxed atmosphere and outstanding service.

In Dutch its Aan de Eike, in English it means:
At the Oaks thus, de eiken the oak tree, eikenhout, the hard durable wood of oak, used especially for furniture and flooring.