Rwenzori View Guest House

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We stayed at Rwenzori View Guest House for two nights as part of our travels with other tourisy in Uganda. What a lovely, lovely place in Fort Portal. Our room was very comfortable and came with its own small patio. The highlight would have been the two dinners included as part of our tariff.

Fantastic food with European flavours and dishes - even real butter! You eat at a large dinner table with all the other guests - a great way to get to know what other travellers have been up to and experienced during their Ugandan travels. It's like a get together of the United Nations.

Breakfast was also very good. The guest house also sells locally made and sourced souvenir items of very good quality - woven baskets, jewellery, cards, figurines, etc. We loved Fort Portal and our stay at Rwenzori View Guest House.

We were made to feel very welcome and at home from the moment we arrived. Ineke is a fantastic hostess and her cooking is exceptional.

The food at the Rwenzori is wonderfully fresh and home cooked, the evening meals that we had were delicious.

Breakfast was similarly good with plenty of fresh fruit juice and healthier choices but with bacon, sausages and eggs cooked on demand.

The rooms are very comfortable, for the price that you pay you can not fault them.

They are very clean, the beds are comfortable with good mosquito nets and there was always plenty of hot water for a shower. The rooms have a really nice homely feel to them as well.

Other Hotels in this Area

Rwenzori View Guest House | Chimpanzee Forest Guesthouse | Rain Forest Guest House | Rwenzori Travellers Inn | Fort Motel | Ndali Lodge | Kyaninga Lodge | Primate Lodge | Kluges Guest Farm | CVK Lakeside Lake side Resort |

The Guest House is just outside the centre of town so location wise it's perfect.

You don't get any of the noise from Fort Portal but you can walk into the centre within about 10 minutes or it takes about 2 mins on boda boda.

There is a lovely terrace outside the dining area and a garden area both of which were great for sitting out and enjoying the early evening sunshine.

The rooms have their own small patio area as well with comfy garden chairs that look out on to the garden area.

I really can not fault this place at all, staying here was one of the highlights of a fantastic trip and I would love to go back at some point in the future.

Rwenzori View Guest House

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