Riversea Guesthouse

Plettenberg Bay, South Africa

Riversea Guesthouse

Guesthouse, Double Room with Private Bathroom

Double Room with Private Bathroom
Breakfast Included

gps 2 Olivia St, Plettenberg Bay, 6600, South Africa

Boasting an outdoor swimming pool, shared lounge, garden and free WiFi, Riversea Guesthouse is set in Plettenberg Bay, 750 yards from Poortjies Beach and 0.7 miles from Lookout Beach. Featuring a shared kitchen, this property also provides guests with a barbecue. All guest rooms come with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, fridge, a kettle, a shower, a hairdryer and a wardrobe. Continental and buffet breakfast options are available every morning at the guest house. You can play billiards at Riversea Guesthouse. The Wedge Beach is 0.9 miles from the accommodation, while Robberg Nature Reserve is 5.6 miles from the property. The nearest airport is Plettenberg Bay Airport, 5.6 miles from Riversea Guesthouse.


Staff was fantastic, enjoyed the kitchen and BBQ area pool table was a bonus.

The room was very spacious and was lovely to sit out on comfy chairs with view of the ocean. Able to use all facilities in the kitchen. Very nice welcome by Manasseh who was very helpful.

Plettenberg Bay

Plettenberg Bay is a seaside town on the Garden Route in South Africa’s Western Cape Province. The sandy Central Beach and Lookout Beach both have surf breaks. To the south, Robberg Nature Reserve is a rocky peninsula with trails and the Stone Age Nelson Bay Caves. Northeast are Birds of Eden, a free-flight bird sanctuary in indigenous forest, and an elephant sanctuary. Whales come near the coast in migration season. Coral reefs encircle Plettenberg Bay. Local dive sites include Redbait Reef, suitable for beginners, and Shallow Blinders, a 3-pinnacled coral reef that’s home to leopard sharks, octopus and cuttlefish. Between the Tsitsikamma mountain range and the Indian Ocean is Keurbooms Lagoon, where sea breezes favor windsurfing and kitesurfing. The lagoon is also home to baboons and a long sandy beach. Local craftsmen display their skills at the nearby Old Nick Village, a 19th-century Cape farm complex with a working weaving museum and an indigenous garden.