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Real Vision Guest House is set in the heart of the Transkei in Mthatha, its capital, which itself is steeped in tradition, heritage and a deep sense of history. Mthatha’s central positioning in the former Transkei allows for speedy and quick access to some of the provinces most popular tourism hotspots with their beautiful prolonged coastlines.

It is no exaggeration to say the scenic beauty of the former Transkei is unparalleled and it has captivated the hearts and minds of thousands of tourists who drive through the quaint villages with rolling hills and expansive landscapes every year.

Real Vision Guest House is an upmarket, sumptuous, private manor which was established in 2004. Its a 4-star interior quality guest house which has 9 rooms and a conference room for distinguished business guests.

Each guest room is unique, displaying a modern contemporary essence designed to indulge the most discriminating guest. Its perfectly positioned in a crescent and 2 minutes drive from the Savoy shopping mall, where an endless list of restaurants can be found.Vision Guesthouse is one of the oldest houses in Mthatha with colonial traditions coupled with beautiful scenery.

While in a predominantly rural setting, Mthatha is not short of the pleasures and convenience of the big city. It is littered with shopping centres, fastfood outlets and restaurants that allow visitors to experience the best of European and African cuisine. It boasts a country club, a Bowls club, a university and several museums for those with a sense of history.

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Airport Nearby, Countryside, Tourism attractions

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  • Breakfast Only
  • Catering By Arrangement


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