Kingfisher Guest House is situated on the banks of the Sunday's River in a peaceful, quiet area of the town, Cypress Grove. Graaff-Reinet which was established in 1786 is the fourth oldest town in South Africa. The surrounding farmland epitomizes the Karoo. The town has retained much of its architectural heritage and it is no wonder that it is known as the Gem of the Karoo, or as the heritage heartland of the rainbow nation.
Set in a beautifully maintained garden, against the backdrop of a variety of giant old trees, which attract a variety of birds, there are seven luxury guest suites.
All 7 rooms are ensuite, some with both shower and bath. All rooms have private entrances and secure parking. Ceiling fans, desk fans, electric blankets and oil heaters ensure the comfort of guests in all weather conditions. Coffee and tea facilities are provided in each suite. There is a remote controlled television in each room.
The Roman suite with its kingsize four poster bed and wonderful view of the front garden is very popular for honeymooners. The original bath from "Te Water House" has been restored and installed in the porcelain tiled bathroom of this suite.