About Kingfisher Country House
This delightful Bed & Breakfast Country House is situated at the edge of the magnificent indigenous forest, in the heart of the Wilderness National Park in the Garden Route of South Africa. Kingfisher Country House is situated at the edge of the magnificent indigenous forest, in the heart of the Wilderness National Park. Relax after an exciting day and watch the prolific bird life whilst sipping a well-earned sundowner.
The Kingfisher Country House is the ideal base from which to hike. Explore the exciting and breathtakingly beautiful rivers, lakes and beaches. Come and experience the many moods of Wilderness. A stay of about 3 - 5 days (if possible) is recommended. We specialize in helping our guests to discover and enjoy the beauty of our little piece of paradise.
Your hosts, Phil and Sue Millard, look forward to welcoming you. They offer you relaxed, friendly hospitality and a truly wonderful holiday.
Kingfisher Country House offers Bed & Breakfast Accommodation. All four bedrooms have king-size beds which may be separated into twin beds. All beds have very comfortable top quality mattresses. All bedrooms have ceiling fans, heaters, tea & coffee facilities, hairdryers and private entrances into the tranquil, spacious garden.
Antique beds and furniture, Persian carpets and family heirlooms add charm and character to the attractively decorated bedrooms.
We serve a delicious country breakfast (including freshly baked scones and muffins).
ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS:
Bird-watching: with experienced and knowledgeable guide (if required).
Exciting adventure tours (with Eden Adventures).
Golf: world famous golf courses are about 20 min away. Please advise us if any reservations need to be made.
Outeniqua PowerVan: enjoy spectacular views of the Garden Routes scenic splendor.
Whale and dolphin watching: from comfortable open motorized launches - an amazing experience! Whale season is mid-June to December.
Mountain biking: on Swartberg Pass or in Wilderness. Mountain bike trails in natural indigenous forest.
Horse-riding: around lakes, beach, and in forest.
Chartered catamaran trips.
Shark diving: in steel cages (for the adrenaline junkies).
Bungi-jumping: from the worlds highest jump site.
Paragliding: single or tandem.
Quaint shops to browse in for hours
The list continues forever ....