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Beautiful hotel, rooms and facilities. The rooms are huge and have a lovely balcony facing the garden. (Note - if you're sensitive to perfume smell, the room had a strong oil scented vase which at times was slightly overwhelming.) Breakfast is delicious and plentiful. Our hosts were gracious and ...
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.
This hotel really delivers re. its service and quality. The place, an old wood turbine, is fantastically quirky and still has great deal of the the original machinery in place and on show. The one thing that let it down was the dinner, but perhaps we just had a bad night. The breakfasts were good. ...
We were only looking for an overnight stay while traveling to and from the Garden Route. We were not expecting a "resort" where people stay for several days to enjoy the beauty of the landscaping, pool and personal service. The landscaping was meticulously cared for. As we went to our car to leave ...
Great position close to the centre of Plettenberg however it is a very steep hill climb to get to the Main Street Views are gorgeous and pampering at every turn. Very well trained staff
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 ...
If you’re looking for a luxury hotel, Western Cape can oblige. With fine wine, fine food, swanky spas, huge shopping malls and a thriving cultural scene, the Western Cape is an obvious choice for travellers looking to treat themselves.
Plush five-star accommodation in the Western Cape comes in many different styles. You might stay in a luxury country retreat with its very own championship golf course, a swanky seaside resort with an award-winning spa or a rustic-chic game lodge set in the quiet African bush.
And if you think you won’t be able to find luxurious options in the wilder parts of the province, you’re wrong. Stylish safari lodges with gorgeous interiors and first-class service are scattered across the plains. The city of Cape Town also has some high-end accommodation options for travellers who want in on the urban action.
With the incredible landscapes and abundant wildlife stealing the limelight, the Western Cape’s superb food and wine scene doesn’t always get the attention it deserves. To discover its epicurean credentials for yourself, reserve tables at world-renowned eating establishments and take a tour around the Cape Winelands. Stellenbosch is a good place to start your wine-tasting adventure, before moving on to the grape-growing areas of Franschhoek, Paarl, Tulbagh and Wellington, all of which produce top-notch vintages.
Going on safari needn’t mean slumming it. In the Western Cape you can stay in luxury lodges and chalet complexes that are as comfortable and well-designed as any city hotel. You might have access to your own private deck or even a pool, and some upscale wilderness lodges also feature bars, restaurants and even spas. Private game drives take guests out into the heart of the reserve in search of lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and giraffes.
Other once-in-a-lifetime experiences include helicopter journeys over Cape Point Nature Reserve, giving you a unique view of the rocky outcrops and brilliant blue water of the rugged Atlantic coastline.