Our Guest House is set on a sprawling estate in the heart of Napier in the Western Cape: for sale

Our Guest House is set on a sprawling estate in the heart of Napier in the Western Cape

Napier, Western Cape, South Africa


5 900 000 ZAR

Agent: Cliff Jacobs - Managing Principal Estate Agent & CEO (Nat.Dpl.Hotel Man (UJ). M.P.R.E.)
Agent Cellphone: +27 (0) 84 413 1071 / +27 (0) 61 716 6951
Agent Office Number: +27 (0) 21 554 0283
Agent Email Address: cliff@exquisitehotelconsultants.com
Type: Guest House
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 5
Showers: 5
Parking: 6
Yield: Not Disclosed
TGCSA Rating: 4 Star

Napier is a village at the foot of the Soetmuisberg, between Caledon and Bredasdorp. A blend of century-old cottages and modern houses, surrounded by the rolling farmland which typifies the Overbrerg region of South Africa, give the village a rural atmosphere.

Napier is situated in the Cape Agulhas Region with easy access to the seaside villages of Arniston/Waenhuiskrans, Struisbaai and L´Agulhas.


Napier was founded in 1838 through a dispute between two neighbours, Michiel van Breda and Pieter Voltelyn van der Byl, over the location of the community church.

Michiel van Breda wanted the church sited on his farm, Langefontein, while Pieter Voltelyn van der Byl wanted it built on his property, Klipdrift. Neither van Breda nor van der Byl would give way, so churches were built in both places, the town of Bredasdorp growing around van Breda’s church and the town of Napier founded around Van der Byl’s church, and being named after Sir Thomas Napier, the British governor of the Cape Province at that time.

The Feeshuis, one of the oldest buildings in the town, was used as slave quarters during 1810–1820, and then later as a wine cellar, was restored in 1988 to celebrate the town's 150th anniversary. The Dutch Reformed church was built in the form of a Greek cross with teak interior, unique with a beautiful pipe organ made of solid yellow copper.

The sundial was erected by Danie du Toit in 1965, who had no training in this field but gained his knowledge through meticulous observation. Time can be read from it, accurate to within 30 seconds.


The popularity of Napier has increased dramatically during the past few years. Napier is now rated by the Tourism Board as the fourth most attractive village of the Western Cape after Montagu, Greyton and McGregor.

Top Attractions include various art galleries, a giant sundial at the municipal offices, and an Ox Wagon monument (Kakebeenwa) to commemorate the Ossewa Trek of 1838. The ox wagon monument has an impression of a wagon wheel track made in concrete to commemorate the exodus of dissident Afrikaners from the Western Cape.

In the past, Napier's main craftsmen were blacksmiths, a heritage which is commemorated by annual festivals. Other annual events are the Patatfees (Sweet Potato Festival), every June, and the "Voet van Afrika" (Foot of Africa) Marathon which is run in mid-September.

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Our Guest House

The two large ponds directly in front of the main house are frequented by various waterfowl who will entertain you for hours with their endless bickering and squawking at one another. Geese, an Ibis and a pair of Hadida are regular visitors to the ponds where you'll often find the resident labradors take their daily swim.


With the emphasis on your comfort, our bed linen is 100% percale and standard are fluffy white towels, personal toiletries, TV, tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryer.

Peace Valley Guest House in Napier provides the ideal accommodation for families or a group wanting to self cater in an environment which offers complete privacy with all the luxuries and amenities you'll have in your own home.

Relax on the pool deck and take in the crisp clean air as you de-stress from the pressures of city life. Peace Valley Guest House is your choice destination for a relaxing, carefree and enjoyable country stay in Napier, Western Cape.

  • 5 Double bedrooms, including:
  • 1 x spacious double with en-suite bathroom, a large balcony and seating with magical views over the garden and dams
  • 1 x spacious double with luxury full bathroom (shower and bath)
  • 1 x spacious loft double with family room option
  • 1x 2 single beds loft with TV lounge area including bathroom (shower)
  • Fully fitted kitchen with seating for four plus a separate dining area for 6
  • Laundry with sink, washing machine and dryer
  • Covered parking for up to 4 cars
  • Separate private entrance
  • BBQ facilities

Front Room

Sleeps: 2
Beds: Queen size bed
Bathroom: En-suite with shower
DSTV: Guest House Bouquet
Views: Over pond and garden
Level: 1st floor
Extra: Veranda with patio table and chairs

Blue Room

Sleeps: 2
Beds: 2 x single or 1 x king size
Bathroom: Full bathroom (not en-suite)
DSTV: Guest House Bouquet
Views: Garden and swimming pools views
Level: 1st floor

Family Unit

Ideal family accommodation
Sleeps: 4
Beds: 4 x single beds or 2 x single beds and 1 x king size
Additional: Baby cot
Bathroom: Bathroom with shower
DSTV: Guest House Bouquet
Extras: Situated on upper level/loft area & lounge area

Things To Do

You may believe that Napier has little to offer as a small country town but you'll be pleasantly surprised at the variety of shops, farmstalls, museums, restaurants, wine tasting facilities, hiking and cycle paths there are on offer to keep you busy here.

Take a look at our list of things to do and places to go while visiting us at Peace Valley Guest House.


  • Jean Daneel Wines (Boutique Winery)
    Raka Wine (Caledon)
  • Vindigo Wine Tastings
    Specialising in wine sales, local arts and crafts.


Distance from Napier - 16 kms

  • Bird watching
  • Bredasdorp Lifestyle Centre
    A range of shops, nursery, and coffee shop and includes the Bel Don goose down products shop
  • Cycling
  • Hiking trails
  • Horse riding
  • Kapula Candles
    Shipwreck museum
  • Bel Don Goose Down Products
    De Hoop Nature & Marine Reserve
  • (Fynbos, birdlife and whales)
    De Mond Nature Reserve
  • (Coastal and fynbos spleandour)
    Heuningberg Nature Reserve (Bredasdorp)
  • (2 to 15km hiking trails)
    Julian's Ceramics
  • All Saints Rd, Bredasdorp


Distance from Napier - 48 kms

  • Swimming and deep sea angling
  • Spookdraai hiking trail
  • Two Oceans hiking trail
  • De Hoop Nature and Marine Reserve
  • De Mond Nature Reserve
  • Heuningberg Nature Reserve
  • Bird Watching - home to the Blue Crane , Cape Vulture, Flamingo and African Black Oystercatcher
  • Whale watching - July to December
  • Fynbos - more than 8 500 species of fynbos
  • Shipwrecks - more than 125 wrecks along the Overberg coastline (relics at the Museum in Bredasdorp)
  • Agulhas is known as the southern most tip of Africa


Distance from Napier - 41.4 kms

  • Whale watching
  • Walks
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Village tours


Distance from Napier - 59 kms

  • Caledon Spa and Casino
  • Raka Wine (Caledon)


Distance from Napier - 52 km

  • Klein River Valley Cheese Farm (outside Stanford)


Distance from Napier - 69 kms

  • Beaches
  • Bird watching
  • Cycling
  • Hiking trails
  • Horse riding
  • Whale watching


Distance from Cape Town - 170 kms

  • 5 Almond Street "Chris Vilas Arts & Crafts"
  • Bird watching
  • Cycling
  • Dragon Fly Farm. Jackie and Brenda run a goat cheese farm and would love a visit by appointment 
  • Foyles Herb Nursery & Plants. Top of Jubileum Street
  • Greta's Place. Collectable's • Antiques • Bric a Brac
    103 Sarel Cillier Street, Napier
  • Hiking trails
  • Horse riding
  • Linda Reyburn. Local artist exhibiting her own art which she also exhibits at Vindigo and Riek Creation
    c/o Silliers and Hoog Streets
  • My Skat. Restored and recycled furniture and other décor items
  • Napier Antiek
    Sarel Cilliers Street, Napier
  • Napier Brewery. Visits by appointment only
  • Nobunto Candles. Visits arranged by appointment only
  • Riek Creation Art Studio. Interesting collection of art, pottery and sculptures by local artists. Exhibitions often held here
  • Stuff. Second hand and old items for sale
  • The Gallery. Art and Pottery (exhibitions often held)
  • The Suntouched Inn. Main Road, Napier

Restaurants in Napier

Napier may be considered a tiny Overberg dorpie but one things for sure, there's an abundance of fine food to be savoured in this platteland town. You WILL be disappointed if you spend only one day in Napier as there's so much to choose from when it comes to the seven fabulous restaurants and eateries in Napier. A great suggestion is to begin with Pascal's of Napier where Stephen and Mark offer you an unrivalled menu to choose from whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner. 

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Cliff Jacobs (Nat Dpl Hotel Man (UJ). MPRE. GA Level 5 TEFL)

Managing Principal / CEO

Exquisite Hotel Consultants (Pty) Ltd

Mobile: +27 (0) 84 413 1071 / +27 (0) 61 716 6951

Landline: +27 (0) 21 554 0283


Skype: cliff.jacobs

Web: https://www.exquisitehotelconsultants.com

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