Spend your dream vacation on an Egyptian beach in this luxurious hotel which boasts a beautiful beachfront location and offers direct access to the beach.
Situated along the east coast of Mauritius, The Residence Mauritius is the ideal hotel for your holiday retreat. Enjoy a brief canopied walk to the powder soft beach under the native palm trees and relax on one of the shaded and cushioned beach chairs.More details...
Children under the age of 12 cannot be accommodated at this hotel.
One of the most exclusive safari lodges in South Africa, this hotel is situated just next to the Kruger National Park.
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Nestled in an elegant house dating from 1853, the hotel is a just 2 km away from the Marloth Nature Reserve.
The origins of the property is mysteriously unknown. Historical accounts say that in 1887, it was sold to Hymie Liberman and Abraham Buirski who were parterns in the firm Liberman & Buirski of Swellendam. They were prominent businessmen and buyers of wool and wheat. Abraham Buirski used it as residence with his wife and raised a family there. His son Eli went on to own the house until his death at the age of 54. His gravestone can be found on the reformed church yard. He was the mayor of Swellendam from 1953 to 1923 and a representative in the South African Parliament from 1924 to 1929. The house was rescued by Herman & Dulcie Moore in 1968 from a state of disrepair. Danie & Mercia Theron bought it in 1980 and have lived in in for 20 years until the current owners bought it in 2003.More details...
This beautiful adult-only guesthouse is situated by the sea with a scenic view of the Whale Coast Route from the Harbour to Grotto Beach.
The Cape’s first farm, established in 1682. Catharina Michelse asked Simon van der Stel for a portion of the ground where he agreed to leased 50 acres to her. Later, she asked him for a legal title to "cultivate, to plough and to sow and also to possess the farm below the stone mountain". Originally named, 'Swaaneweide' - The Feeding Place of Swans, reminding her of her native town. In 1695 Frederik Russouw bought the farm, he was a wealthy member of the Burger Council. He built the new house. The original Manor House was restored and declared a Provincial Heritage Site.
This adult-only hotel boasts a privileged location right in front of its own private beach, which is equipped with cabanas and other beach amenities which will make every guest's stay as enjoyable and relaxing as possible.
Situated on the Red Sea in Egypt, Steigenberger Aldau Beach Hotel is an oasis of sophisticated luxury in the heart of Hurghada's tourist complex. This impressive resort features 390 luxurious and fully-equipped rooms and suites with wonderful sea views, a Dive Club and Aqua Centre, exquisite dining options, golf facilities and a refreshing spa with a variety of treatments for all guests to enjoy. Ideal for honeymooners, family vacation or even solo getaways, this resort is a beachfront paradise.
The hotel features a private sandy beach on the Red Sea waters.
This hotel is situated on a private beach.
This exquisite modern hotel is nestled along a private lagoon where the blue skies and the wonderful garden create a paradise for vacation.
Luxury and relaxation are ideally combined in this stunning beachfront hotel which offers beautiful sea views and direct access to the beach.
Baron Palace Sahl Hasheesh offers guests a myriad of spa and wellness amenities. Take a visit to the Turkish bath, sauna and steam room, whirlpool, massage areas, health club and beach massage tent. Couples can also treat themselves to the Adam and Eve Private Couples Treatment suite or the Honeymoon Spa Suite.
The property is a well-preserved masterpiece that was built in 1801.The original floors, ceilings and white-washed walls are still kept to maintain an old-world feel. It stands as one of the oldest buildings in the town of Overberg, the 3rd oldest historical village in South Africa. It is between Cape Town and George and along the beautiful Breede River. It is declared as a South African national monument.