Blue Pepper Guest House

Situated at the foothills of the Witteberg mountains in the small town of Lady Grey, Blue Pepper Guest House offers the ideal destination for nature lovers and guests hoping to relax in this quiet part of the Eastern Cape.

The guest house has three well-appointed units, of which all have en-suite bedrooms with queen-size beds. Each unit has a well-equipped kitchen for all of your self-catering needs. There is also a restaurant on the property serving a delectable selection of dishes.

Guests can spend their days exploring this charming town by discovering the shops and area attractions on offer. Guests can also enjoy a game of golf at the Lady Grey Golf Course, while water enthusiasts can visit the nearby Lady Grey Dam.

The town, with its majestic mountains and flowing streams, inspires a sense of tranquillity and an opportunity to appreciate nature. After a day of discovery, guests can return to the house to enjoy a meal at the restaurant before. Visit the gift shop to find a reminder of your memorable time spent in this town.

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  • "a visit to Sterkspruit"

    17 July 2018

    "Room very comfortable but would have been nice if owner communicated more freely i.e. we were not informed that the restaurant bragged about only opens Monday, Wednesday and Friday."

    ivo Chunnett
  • "Stunning hospitalty and great accommdation"

    25 November 2017

    "Friendly service from Ian and Eliz and all staff. Great food. If invited to visit the vulture view point don't miss it. Best close-up rail switch-back viewing on the farm"

    ian Rademeyer
  • "Short stopover at Blue Pepper"

    28 December 2016

    "We were pleasantly surprised by Blue Pepper and by Elize, out host.<br/><br/>The facilities were just what we wanted. Luckily the restaurant was open and we could enjoy a juicy rump steak each!<br/><br/>Tertius and Christa"

    Christa Brand, South Africa
  • "Beautiful little town for a quiet stop-over"

    01 June 2015

    "We stopped over in this little town of Lady Grey on route to Port Alfred. Nestled at the foothills of the Lesotho mountains, it is a very picturesque little town. Not much to do, even though we arrived on a Saturday afternoon, however our host was more than happy to make us a delicious dinner and allow us access to her bar, and to watch the rugby we just had to walk over the road to the local pub where they were just as hospitable :) The guesthouse is under construction, however are rooms were more than comfortable and a very enjoyable evening was spent there."

    Kelly Dean, South Africa
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