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This is a fantastic away from the crowd retreat .Nice staff ,fabulous pools and luxury rooms. A small restaurant but excellent food and service.We would recommend this for a two night stay.
This guest house is very comfortable, with lovely grounds and helpful staff. Though the guest house didn't have power for part of our stay (we arrived during a power outage caused by a storm), the owners and staff tried as much as possible to meet our needs and provide a pleasant stay. We were quite ...
A safari style tent with a luxurious bed, bathroom with hot water and full kitchen right out in Nature. We watched the moon rising over a campfire and the hot bath with views in a secluded position on the farm
The room was very spacious, clean and stylishly decorated. The fireplace was a welcome extra since it was very cold during our stay. We would definitely consider staying there again. However we would probably not order the self-prepare breakfast again. It was less than interesting and there are many ...
Stayed for two nights on trip back from Port Elizabeth to Franschhoek. Good spacious accommodation. Nice bed linen and towels and toiletries in the room, air conditioning. Good sized bathroom with bath and shower. The owner was pleasant and knowledgeable about the area.
Lovely location directly on the beach with stunning views from the balcony/ room/ bed! Very helpful staff and furnished tastefully. Wilderness has several good restaurants and is a great stop off point on the Garden Route as is a good 4 hour plus journey from Hermanus/ Cape Town with not much inbetween ...
Stayed for two nights - very comfortable room with everything you could need. Unfortunately, on our second morning we woke to find our room had no electricity and no-one in reception was answering the phone. Apart from that, we very much enjoyed our stay here.
We were the only guests in this small lodge as it was winter and very cold. Breakfast was served by the fire each morning, one day inside and the next day it was warm enough to eat on the expansive deck (also by the fire). The owner and staff were very kind and helpful as many restaurants in the ...
Whether you’ve got a generous or limited budget, you’ll have little trouble finding a Western Cape hotel with WiFi. The majority of the Western Cape’s hotels, guesthouses and lodges offer WiFi as standard, and in many cases WiFi is available throughout the hotel, including all guestrooms. In some budget accommodations connectivity may be restricted to shared public areas such as the lobby.
The Western Cape is a superb destination for casual and serious photographers. With so many hotels offering WiFi as an amenity, you’ll be able to easily share your pictures of the Western Cape with friends and families back home. Whether you’re snapping on your phone or shooting big images with a DSLR, you’ll be raring to upload your photos at the end of the day – and with landscapes this eye-popping, you can rest assured you won’t need to apply any filters!
When you leave your hotel WiFi for the day, you might find you can still get online. Thanks to a project by the Western Cape government there are WiFi hotspots all over the region, even in some rural towns and villages. Hotspot users are allowed up to 300MB free during their first month of use and 250MB for every subsequent month. Should you need more, you can purchase extra data bundles.
Another great way to stay connected while out and about is by ducking into some of the cool coffee shops in Cape Town’s Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, or in the neighbourhoods of City Bowl and Foreshore. Order a drink, pull up a stool and log on.
Many popular tourist attractions are also free WiFi zones. The whole town of Stellenbosch, which sits right in the heart of the Cape Winelands, offers free connection on its central streets. Cape Town’s relaxing Company’s Gardens, an expansive park that began as a vegetable patch for the Dutch East India Company, also offer open-access WiFi so that wanderers can browse on foot and online.