Peace Guest House Rwanda
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Peace Guest House is situated on the shores of Lake Kivu, near the port of Cyangugu.

As the name suggests the Guest House provides a tranquil setting in a country where peace has particular significance and value. You will be impressed by the warmth of the reception and the beauty of the surroundings. From this comfortable base you can explore an area as yet untouched by the tourist industry.


The Guest House can sleep 52 people. Some rooms are en-suite, others have easy access to shared bathrooms. As well as individual rooms, there are some rondavels which have two twin rooms, a bathroom and a sitting room. These would suit a family visit particularly well.

The restaurant has indoor seating and a terrace with a spectacular view over the lake. It serves hot or cold meals throughout the day.

There is access to a telephone, the internet and satellite TV. You need to check with your provider whether your mobile phone will work in Rwanda.

The conference hall will seat 700 people.

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Unfortunately the name of this country will forever be associated with the genocide of 1994. This does not do justice to a people who have learnt from the trauma and moved on. There is now a strong community identity and a friendliness which would shame other more developed countries.



Cyangugu is about as far away from the capital, Kigali, as you can get. It is in the SW corner of the country within sight of the Congo. It is situated on Lake Kivu and reached by a fascinating drive through the Nyungwe Forest.



Rwanda has national parks with wonderful wildlife. No visit would be complete without a day with the mountain gorillas or a trip to the totally unspoilt Akagera Game Park.. Even as you drive through the forests you will see monkeys and baboons. There are scores of different varieties of birds to watch, many of them with exotic plumage. A boat-trip out on Lake Kivu is another must.


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  The guest house is one of the projects managed by the Anglican Church with the support of the Lawrence Barham Memorial Trust.
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