7 River Club Mews  Verified Listing

Garden Route Plettenberg Bay Western Cape South Africa

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Full Kitchen
TV
DSTV
Private Bathroom
Selected DSTV Channels
Oven
Wardrobe or closet
Bath towels
Netflix
Patio
Stove
Fridge
Linen
Dishwasher
Tennis Court
Microwave
Covid-19 H&S Certified
Swimming Pool
Toaster
Kettle
Outdoor furniture
Braai/BBQ Area
Parking on Premises
Washing Machine
WiFi
Dining Area
Balcony
Child friendly
Laundry facilities
No smoking
Tea and coffee facilities

Welcome to Plettenberg Bay - where you can come for business or pleasure and still leave with a smile on your face!
We have a range of different self-catering units available.
Our 3 bedroom house sleeps 6 and a cottage on site sleeps an additional 2 people.
We have two lovely units in the secure and well known estate of Whale Rock Gardens. A 2 bedroom unit looking over the pool or a 1 bedroom unit with its own private garden.
We have a 3 bedroom unit in the esteemed River Club with tennis, squash and swimming facilities.
Our 2 bedroom apartment in Greenpoint mews has secure underground parking and is located close to everything.
For more questions - contact us.

In Room Facilities:

Self-Catering
Free Wifi
Smart TV's with DSTV Now app and Netflix

Area Information:

The town of Plettenberg Bay lies almost on the border of the Western and Eastern Cape. Built on the hillside, most of the town is on a steep slope leading down to the sea, which means that regardless of where you find yourself accommodated, you will be treated to spectacular views of the bay and surrounding hills and mountains.
Plettenberg Bay has a relatively long history for a South African town, having been regularly visited by Portuguese explorers during the 15th and 16th centuries. Signs of their visits abound, and history enthusiasts can view artifacts such as the remains of the Gonzales Wreck in the town.Early European settlers to the area arrived in the late 1700’s, and have also left behind many fascinating historical relics, for example the Old Rectory, built by the Dutch East India Trading company in 1776, and Forest Hall, a privately owned stately home, built in 1864 by William Henry Newdgate.
In modern times, Plettenberg Bay has gained somewhat of a reputation as a pleasure seeker hotspot, and has many leisure activities on offer. From polo at Kurland, to yachting at the Keurbooms River mouth and marina, to less high brow activities like swimming and water sports in the warm, gentle waters. In fact, when you enter the town proper, a monument to one of the symbols of this lush, almost tropical bay greets you: a bronze statue of the dolphins that play in the warm waters just off the coast.
For holiday-makers, accommodation in Plettenberg Bay is plentiful. From upmarket hotels to budget B&B's, accommodation is offered in varying price ranges from budget to over the top luxury. You are sure to find a great place to stay.
With miles of pristine beaches to choose from, it’s no wonder that lazing on the beach is so popular with visitors, but, for those that manage to pry themselves away, there are charter boat cruises, hiking, canoeing and abseiling to choose from, to name but a few.Another attraction well worth a visit is the Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary; the world’s only multi-species, free roaming primate sanctuary, located a few minutes outside of town.
For the adventurous palate, trips to the Mampoer and Witblits distillery are available, where one can view the making of, and sample, these very strong locally produced alcoholic beverages.
While on the topic of culinary and other indulgences, and while there are many fine restaurants, café’s and other eateries to choose from in the town, one of the most memorable must surely be the restaurant at the Beacon Isle Hotel. Built literally straddling a small strip of land between a lagoon and the sea, it almost seems when seated in the restaurant, that the hotel is floating on the water.
For those seeking a once in a lifetime experience, a short trip on the N2 towards Port Elizabeth, and over the border into the Eastern Cape, will bring you to the Bloukrans Bridge. Itself an engineering marvel, this bridge holds another claim to fame. It is the site of the world’s highest commercial bungee jump. At 216 meters, or the equivalent of almost 70 storeys, it is definitely not for the faint (or weak hearted) and many may prefer to view the seemingly endless plunge from the purpose built observing platform on the edge of the gorge.
While at the bridge, whether or not you decide to take the plunge, it is worth visiting the Khoisan Village, which offers insights into the lives of the native peoples of the area, as well as opportunities to buy local arts and crafts.

Property Facilities:

Self-Catering
Free Wifi
Smart TV's with DSTV Now app and Netflix

Attractions:

* Birds of Eden Bird Sanctuary.
* Garden Route National Park.
* Groot River Pass.
* Otter Trail.
* Plettenberg Bay Country Club.
* Ghillies Grill @ Peroni Café.
* Nguni Restaurant.
* Offthehook Seafood Cafe.
* SeaFood at The Plettenberg.
* Surf Café.
* Ocean Encounters.
* Plett Fishing Charters.
* Plettenvale Estate.
* Prêt-à-Pot.
* Salt River Mouth Hiking Trail.

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Property Type Apartment, Holiday Home, Self Catering
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Plettenberg Bay Reviews

Anonymous
21 April 2020

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!!

Superb. 5 out of 5
Charl Wessels
24 March 2020

Beach and lagoon. Interesting art galleries.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Santa Gomes
19 March 2020

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.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Zukiswa Same
01 January 2020

Beautiful town, loved the ocean.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Jenny Pudney
04 November 2019

We enjoyed walking on the beach!

Superb. 5 out of 5
Rene Walker
02 November 2019

The pristine beaches, Robberg fine foods, Packwood wine estate,
restuarants, beautiful views, fynbos.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Anonymous
05 July 2019

Big time nature.

Fabulous. 4 out of 5
Monde Mevana
10 June 2019

Gorgeous sea and beach scenery all around. Plenty to see and places to discover.

I'd strongly recommend Zinzi restaurant for anyone who is looking for a night of serinity with fine wine and being schooled at the choice of wine on offer by the enthusiastic patron, Khanyo.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Shehid Shaaban
11 November 2018

Atmosphere and the game drive and horse riding.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Deborah Layne
04 October 2018

Scenery and beaches in Plettenberg Bay.

Superb. 5 out of 5

Nearby Attractions & Landmarks

Knysna Elephant Park, The Pansy Shell