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The Robberg Beach Lodge offers 29 rooms in four luxurious adjacent villas at Robberg Beach in Plettenberg Bay. Togeth...
Private entrances to all rooms. All rooms have very high extra king size beds with fine percale linen and goose down ...
Far from the madding crowd, yet conveniently close to a wide variety of leisure activities.
Hunter's is perfectly po...
Kurland Hotel is a perfect marriage of old world charm enhanced by modern sophistication. Here the best of both world...
A 5 star Hotel built on a rocky headland with breathtaking vistas of the sea, mountains and miles of golden sand in o...
Known as South Africa’s playground for the jet-setting crowd, Plettenberg Bay is indeed a holiday paradise of note. Favoured by all age groups, especially by youngsters leaving school and wanting one last hurrah with their mates, Plett, as it affectionately known, is truly the place to be. Endless stretches of pristine waters that are clear and warm with decadent white sand and copious amounts of African sun are amongst the many reasons why holidaymakers flock to this Garden Route diamond in their droves each year. While Plett’s vacation hot spot tag is well-known, there is definitely more that meets the eye when it comes to this elegant seaside resort.
Plettenberg Bay is heavily steeped in history with the first signs of civilization emerging as early as the 15th Century when Portuguese explorers were said to have visited regularly. There were numerous artifacts left behind by the Portuguese to exhume in light of this with the most prominent one being that of the Gonzales Wreck. Other traces of early civilization can be found at monuments like the Old Rectory that had been built by the Dutch East India Company in 1776 as well as Forest Hall, which was a privately owned stately home built by William Henry Newdgate; both of these stem from the time of the European settlers that had moved to South Africa. Besides being history laden, Plett is also something of a gourmet capital with many fine dining eateries in the area namely the restaurant at the opulent Beacon Isle Hotel as well as the Mampoer and Witblits distilleries where visitors can try some of the strong alcoholic beverages brewed there. But let’s face it – Plett is all about leisure and pleasure and in this vein the activities to enjoy here are endless: yachting, polo, bungee jumping, charter boat cruises, abseiling, hiking, and much more. Indeed, a vacation to the legendary Plettenberg Bay promises to be unforgettable.
More intimate and personalised than larger hotels, guests can expect a warmer, friendlier stay at a Boutique Hotel. Boutique Hotels are high-end accommodation, and guests can expect all the usual luxury amenities expected from a regular/larger hotel, including wifi; tea and coffee facilities; and deluxe bedding, and then some. Most Boutique Hotels pride themselves on personal service that allows them to go the extra-mile - making it an ideal place to stay for guests celebrating special events or anniversaries.