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Pleasant stay, very secure grounds (which include private residences and a golf links). Good menu and service, good facilities. Although situated far from a major road, the road noise was profound when one opened the sliding door for fresh air - a constant traffic roar throughout the night.
Check in was very unprofessional. She blamed us that the expedia reservation did not reach them and we can not check in. I did show her our confirmation and the hotel has to fix the problem. After a while she was willing to call the director and the situation was handled. Staff needs training how ...
I have book two nights to stay at Conrad Pezula during my trip through the Garden Route. It is a nice and great place including the room, facilities, spa, great view and sights. However, the only issue is with the services provided by the hotel's team. I have experienced a delay in check-in for nearly ...
We only spent one night at the hotel as we were passing through Hermanus. The owners were keen golfers and there was a lot of golfing memorabilia around the hotel. The accommodation was comfortable and the breakfast was good.
What a lovely experience we had. So picturesque and with staff who could not be more informative and welcoming. We had a great time with great food, room and service.
With sunny skies, wonderful scenery and an active, outdoorsy culture, it is little wonder the Western Cape is such a golfing hotspot. Golf hotels and courses of all kinds can be found in the region, many stretching along the coast.
You can find Western Cape golf hotels in Garden Route towns like Knysna and George, or try the lagoon-side resort of Langebaan, where you can tee off on courses that overlook the shimmering Atlantic Ocean. If you’d prefer mountain scenery, book accommodation in the historic town of Swellendam, and practice your putting while admiring views of the majestic Langeberg peaks.
Leave Western Cape’s golf clubs behind for a day or two to see what else the region has to offer. High up on your agenda should be a safari experience. Bring your binoculars and bump along dirt tracks in the company of a ranger, searching for elephants, lions, buffalos, zebras and cheetahs as well as countless other native species.
For the chance to get even closer to South Africa’s iconic animal inhabitants, visit animal sanctuaries such as Knysna Elephant Park and Drakenstein Lion Park. Both parks offer homes to captive-born creatures that are unable to return to the wild. Time your visit to coincide with feeding time to see the animals at their most active.
Spa sessions are another popular pastime in the region, and one that is particularly tempting after a few days out on the golf course. Choose Western Cape golf accommodation with an on-site spa or visit one for an afternoon or whole day, booking in for tension-melting massages and treatments.
Many of the Western Cape’s golf hotels are situated along the coastal Garden Route and in coastal towns such as Hermanus, allowing for easy access to the region’s beaches. Check out the castles overlooking the Noetzie beach, splash around in the tidal pools of the cliff-bordered Herolds Bay or try surfing or kitesurfing on the wind-battered Myoli Beach.