About Alpine Inn
Alpine Inn is a beautiful guesthouse "village". We offer reasonably priced lodging and wholesome full English breakfasts on request. Our rooms are comfortable and a variety of accommodation types are available, some of which are self-catering. All rooms have their own entrances from outside. Our breakfasts, which are optional, are served in the dining room or on the balcony. Alpine Inn is nestled in the foothills of the Outeniqua Mountains in the scenic Garden Route region of South Africa. The decoration is in a European theme with murals and decorative features forming the character of the old Cape Dutch main building.
The Alpine Inn Guesthouse is situated right opposite the renowned Fancourt Golf Estate and is a 5 minute, 6 km drive to the airport.
Our guesthouse caters for business orientated guests as well as for holidaymakers and families with some of our units being self-catering. Come and enjoy Nature’s beauty and many outdoor activities in the tranquil environment of the Garden Route.
Our rooms offer three double rooms and five pool cottages are placed around the swimming pool. Our other units, a one bedroom self-catering garden cottage, two bedroom self-catering apartments, our executive apartment as well as a three bedroomed family house are spread around the property, some in a walled security complex. Off street parking is available for all vehicles. All units have private entrances, and all units have TV with Open View, DVD, fridge, tea and coffee-making facilities. Self-catering units have either kitchenettes or full kitchens. Free Wi-Fi is available.
Facilities: The main house has an open plan kitchen, lounge and breakfast room leading to the verandah and the nearby swimming pool. There is also a small library.
Balance of payment due on arrival.
Guest numbers must include adults and children of all ages to be accommodated.
Arrivals after 7.00pm must please contact us beforehand to arrange check-in.
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