Plettenberg Bay Self Catering Accommodation4.9 - 16 Guest Reviews
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Farm stalls and food
Lots of options to keep you busy. Nice selection of restaurants.
Everything is a walking distance.
Roberg. Clean beaches. Nice views.
There are so many different outdoor activities from hiking, going to the beach, going to restaurants and wine farms and then of course, all the animal sanctuaries to many too mention!!
Beach and lagoon. Interesting art galleries.
An amazing holiday destination with beautiful beaches, very good restaurants and so much to do. Places like Monkeyland, Elephant sanctuary, the world's biggest Avery, Raptor world, Snake park and Wolf sanctuary is so educational and great for family outings.
Truly a wonderful holiday destination.
Beautiful town, loved the ocean.
We enjoyed walking on the beach!
The pristine beaches, Robberg fine foods, Packwood wine estate,
restuarants, beautiful views, fynbos.
More info about Plettenberg Bay
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... Show more
About Self Catering
Self Catering places can be found from rural to urban areas and can vary in what they offer. They allow plenty freedom and is a great inexpensive way to spend your holiday. They have been widely classified as a “Home away from home”. This is a good option for guests who don’t mind cooking their own food, and are looking for a more independent and flexible form of accommodation. For budget and large families, we would recommend self-catering for a more personalised experience.