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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.
Good experience apart from dealings with Reception and room condition. Room first. There were no bath towels and one floor lamp had no bulb ('elf and safety issue in the UK). Reception. They did not do what they said they were going to do. Re. the towels, I telephoned twice and visited Reception ...
Very nice view and very friendly hotel staff. The room was large and bed was soft. Breakfast was amazing. Everything you want from made to order omelettes, pancakes, toast, cereal, fresh fruit, yogurt, pastries, tea, coffee, juices. Hotel was worth every penny.
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. ...
Our experience of this hotel from start to finish was amazing and one of the best hotels that we stayed in during out 18 days in South Africa (and different hotels every night!). There was plenty of parking available, we were greeted at the gate and our luggage was taken into the hotel. We were welcomed ...
Comfortable accommodation, good restaurant nearby, close to the beach (beach strolls, fresh air, swim in the sea), very quiet environment, yet close to Knysna (approx. 6 km)
With its glorious sea-meets-mountain vistas and expansive, peaceful landscapes, the Western Cape is a great place to relax and unwind – and the great range of spa hotels makes chilling out even easier.
The Western Cape’s spa-equipped accommodations come in all shapes and sizes, from affordable self-catering chalets to sumptuous wellness retreats. Many of the spa hotels in Western Cape come with a local touch, offering treatments that make use of traditional herbs and techniques.
Book a spa hotel in the Western Cape’s wine-growing areas and you’ll be able to pair pampering sessions with vineyard walks and wine tastings. Or escape to a deluxe coastal resort where fresh salt air and superb sea views enhance the overall effect of the massages and therapies. Some safari lodges in the Western Cape also have on-site spas so you can follow up game drives with tension-busting treatments.
There are few better ways to shake off the stresses of daily life than by getting out into nature. The Western Cape is a hiker’s paradise, offering near endless opportunities for everyone from casual walkers to hardcore trekkers. In the city, try the hiking routes leading up Lion’s Head and around Table Mountain. Alternatively, escape to the quiet paths of Bontebok National Park, which is named after the species of antelope commonly seen there.
The long beaches that snake along the Western Cape coast are a prime spot for bracing walks with spectacular sea views. The West Coast National Park has miles upon miles of golden beaches to walk along, including the lengthy stretch of Preekstoel.
Another great spot for a stroll along the sand is Noetzie Beach, just east of Knysna. Arniston, northeast of Cape Agulhas, is equally picturesque; its rolling dunes, dramatic cliffs and dazzling blue sea are a favourite with photographers. Nearby, the De Hoop and De Mond nature reserves are a magnet for birdwatchers.