This celebrated 5 star hotel features beautiful gardens and award-winning cuisine, interacting history with modern comforts.
This hotel sits at the foot of Paarl Rock (Pearl). It features a renovated Victorian manor house with outdoor pool and a wellness centre with Swedish massages. This is the ideal base for explore the Cape and its winelands. The property is a beautifully restored 18th century building offering 29 luxury suites and 6 executive rooms with distinctive thatched roofs, bamboo and yellow wood ceilings for a unique atmosphere.
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Set in the heart of the Garden Route, Views Boutique Hotel & Spa offers luxury suites with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean. Some of the suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views of the sea, while all of them are equipped with lavish furniture and elegant decoration. Guests can relax at the hotel's rooftop pool, which also features sun loungers, invigorate body and soul at the spa or spend a tranquil afternoon at the stylish Reading Lounge, leaving all worries behind.
This beautiful luxurious boutique hotel is located right in front of the azure sea and guests can enjoy direct access to the beach and wonderful sea views.
Strandloper Ocean Boutique Hotel boasts a breathtaking beachfront location and is truly a gem hidden in the shores of Paternoster, waiting for the most sophisticated guests to discover it.
Strandloper Ocean Boutique Hotel features comfortable accommodation in elegantly appointed spaces that are certain to provide guests with the desired relaxation and tranquility. Ideal for private and romantic getaways, this wonderful 5-star hotel can only accept adult guests over the age of 14. Children aged 12 and older might be able to be accommodated in the loft section of the hotel's Nature King Suites and will be charged as adults.
Perched on top of a rocky headland in the picturesque Plettenberg Bay, The Plettenberg Hotel is surrounded by nature and offers luxurious and elegant accommodation facilities. Guests can enjoy the tastefully appointed rooms, suites and villas, take a dip in the infinity pool that overlooks the ocean from above, spend moments of relaxation at the spa and explore the surrounding area at their own leisurely pace.
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Experience the unique and stunning location of this luxurious resort on Plettenberg Bay and enjoy the breathtaking beach and sea.
Children under the age of 12 cannot be accommodated at this hotel.
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...
The Last Word Long Beach hotel boasts a privileged location right in front of the Atlantic sea and with the majestic mountains right behind it.
Set on a historic farm, this 5-star hotel boasts lush vineyards, an 18-hole golf course, luxurious and stylish villas, rooms and suites, as well as a spa and delectable dining options, making every guest's stay truly unique and relaxing.
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 quaint five star hotel sits in the renowned Church Street. The property is a restored Manor House that dates back since 1713. Areas in the hotel are intricately designed with antique yellow-wood ceiling and richly carved French wallpaper. A wall is adorned by lighted trees made of wire. The dining area has hand-hewn poplar chairs under a glass roof. Interior design blends contemporary comfort with traditional aesthetic.
Perched on the cliffs and overlooking Hermanus' Walker Bay, the hotel features 40 individually decorated bedrooms and suites.