Its history started as residence for Lady Anne Barnard, daughter of James Lindsay, the Fifth Earl of Balcarres. It turned into a hotel in 1894 under Mrs. O'Sullivan, the first general manager. For over 2 centuries, it evolved into a more environmentally-friendly and contemporary hotel in Cape Town. To ensure modern comforts, it was renovated in 2008 during the 350th celebration of winemaking in Cape. Along with it was the reconstruction of a small but vital part of the property, the vine area.
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Choose the kind of vacation you want at Lagoon Beach Hotel & Spa. Situated along Lagoon Beach, guests have their pick between a relaxing day on the beach, just moments from their doorstep, or taking advantage of the hotel's free shuttle service and visiting the central business district just a few minutes away.
Hotel for Honeymoon
The hotel offers three Honeymoon Packages: the Lagoon, the Sunset and the Ocean package, each one featuring luxurious accommodation in a sea facing room (for a different duration each), as well as a plethora of romantic amenities that will make your honeymoon as enjoyable and memorable as possible.
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It owns the oldest fruit-bearing grapevine in South Africa, planted in 1781 in the courtyard. The hotel itself was construct in 1780, it was one of the first Dutch and Georgian properties that was built in the town. It was a monumental figure in the town's history. In 1960s, it was earmarked for demolition. Luckily, the square was renovated in the late 1980s which started one of the first conservation projects to preserve the town's history.