Peppertree House B&B and Self-Catering

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Peppertree House B&B and Self-Catering


3 Alice Street

Price range - complete one of the options

  • R350 - R600
  • R600 - R1000

About the establishment

General facilities & services
  • Braai
  • Child-friendly
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Laundry facilities
  • Pet-friendly
  • Secure parking
  • Self-catering facilities
  • TV in rooms
  • Wireless internet
Activities offered
Swimming pool
Getting there/ what's nearby
  • Public transport nearby
  • Shopping nearby
  • Heritage environment

Located in the historic town of Fort Beaufort we offer comfortable Bed-and-Breakast or self-catering accommodation in tranquil surroundings.
Relax and unwind near the pool or find one of the benches in our garden. Remote controlled gates ensure the guests' peace of mind.
With friendly service and a homely atmosphere we strive to make your stay as pleasant and memorable as possible.

Consisting of two properties across a Jacaranda lined street, Peppertree House can satisfy a wide range of accommodation requirements for corporate clients, groups, couples and individuals requiring private self-catering accommodation.

Accommodation in the main house consists of three en-suite rooms with glowing wooden floors and warm furnishings.

Looking out onto an established garden, five self-catering units offer private and peaceful accommodation. The units vary in size and each has a fully equipped kitchenette.

The second property boasts a large five bedroom house with kitchen, lounge-dining area and four bathrooms. This accommodation is ideally suited for groups or family stays. Each room is equipped with a television and tea/coffee facilities.

With the choice of accommodation alternatives and the friendly service of the Peppertree House staff, your stay will be one of quality and comfort.

Accommodation in the main house consists of three en-suite rooms with glowing wooden floors and warm furnishings which open onto a veranda overlooking the garden. With the therapeutic trickle of a fountain or the gentle sounds of birdlife, unwinding from a day’s activities is never too difficult. These rooms are equipped with necessary amenities for those who have booked meals and do not require cooking facilities.

Self-catering accommodation comes in the form of five self-catering units which look onto the tall pecan nut trees and garden beyond. These units vary in size: one is a double story four-sleeper, another is a two room three-sleeper and the remaining three units are two-sleepers. All amenities are provided in order to cook a tasty meal or a warm cup of tea. Warm in winter and cool in the summer, these units offer comfort, simplicity and warmth.

Whether staying for one night or a longer duration, the accommodation and service provided hopes ensure travellers comfort and peace of mind.

  • Full English or Health Breakfast
  • On-site parking behind remote controlled motor gate
  • Fans/heaters/electric blankets/ironing facilities and hostess trays in all bedrooms
  • Dinner on request (dinner bookings taken until 14:00)
  • Fridge/freezer facilities
  • TVs with selected DSTV channels
  • Laundry service on request (fee per load)
  • Wifi

Peppertree House B&B offers a range of meals and services to make your stay as comfortable and memorable as possible.

Meals include the following:

  • Full English or Health Breakfast
  • Dinner on request (bookings before 14:00 essential)
  • Lunch packs on request (bookings essential)

Services include the following:

  • Barbecue areas (firewood and braai packs available)
  • Swimming pools
  • Peaceful, large gardens
  • On-site parking
  • Automatic gates with remotes for guests
  • Fans, heaters/electric blankets/mosquito repellent and hostess trays in all rooms
  • Guest lounge with wifi
  • Fax facility
  • Fridge/freezer facilities
  • TVs with selected DSTV channels in all rooms
  • Debit and credit card facilities
  • Laundry facilities on request (fee per load)
  • Wifi

Fort Beaufort, a historic town in the Amathole District of South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province, lies at the confluence of the Kat and Brak rivers.

Fort Beaufort actually started as a mission station started by Rev Joseph Williams of the London Missionary Society in 1816. In 1822 it became a military fort, and in 1837 it was named Fort Beaufort in honour of the Duke of Beaufort, father of Lord Charles Henry Somerset, the first British Governor of the Cape Colony. The town and surrounding area played a prominent role in the Frontier Wars (1834 – 1853).

Today, Fort Beaufort is situated in a thriving citrus and game farming community, and is also a thriving small town surrounded by many Xhosa villages.

Fort Beaufort is ideally placed to be used as a base to explore the following picturesque and historic surrounding places:

  • Hogsback (various forest walks and waterfalls) – 40 minutes
  • Fort Fordyce (game and nature reserve and several walks) – 40 minutes
  • Mpofu game reserve - 40 minutes
  • Double Drift Game Reserve - 45 minutes
  • Grahamstown (historic town and National Arts Festival annually) – 60 minutes
  • Alice (University of Fort Hare, where Nelson Mandela studied) – 20 minutes
  • Katberg Eco Mountain Resort (golf, hikes, horse riding) – 45 minutes
  • Bedford (quaint little town famous for its Garden Festival in October) – 40 minutes
  • East London – 90 minutes


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