The Colonial "Art Deco" style of the Montagu Hotel is based on the 1920's design from Paris. This unique style is themed throughout the hotel and very evident in it's old world charm.
All rooms are individually decorated in either Art Deco or Victorian style.
The Hotel offers upmarket traditional cuisine that is complimented by a comprehensive wine list of the best local wines. Guests to the dining room are taken back in time by a Baby Grand playing Golden Oldies.
The Wellness Centre specialises in health and beauty treatments, and boasts a mineral Jacuzzi bath and sauna. Great couples treatments are offered.
Explore the Robertson wine route in a chauffeur driven American Dream Car.
Modern conference facilities for up to 60 delegates.
See our website for day trips to explore the surrounding area.
Montagu lies nestled between two mountain ranges and its crystal clear air is free of any pollution. The town is strategically situated on Route 62 between the Garden Route and Cape Town, offering a very picturesque drive.
The weather is perfect: far enough South to escape the heat of the Klein Karoo and far enough North to get away from the long wet winters of the Cape. Autumn brings on a kaleidoscope of colour that gradually changes into winter with lazy mild sunny days and just the occasional hint of rain. October is undoubtedly the most magical month when the streets are lined with rose gardens in full bloom and the orchards and vineyards are resplendent in fresh green growth.
Montagu is host to less than ten thousand inhabitants, with a variety of entrepreneurs, hoteliers, cabinetmaker, cheese makers, a teddy bear maker, restaurants, and artists.
The area offers a rich history. The most interesting museums being the Montagu Museum, Joubert House ( the oldest local house / residence), the British fort and the Montagu Nature Garden.
The Robertson / Ashton / Montagu wine route is known throughout South Africa. Some of the most well known wine farms being Van Loveren, Graham Beck, Zandvliet and Weltevrede.
There are a variety of hiking trails to choose from. Lover's Walk being ideal for an early morning stroll. This short walk offers a range of surprises that can incude tortoises, dassies, guineafowl, Egyptian geese and the odd baboon or small buck.
The town offers the more adventurous guest several excellent places to do rock climbing and mountain biking.
Pierre Burger's tractor ride to the summit of the Langeberg and the optional potjiekos is a must.
Then famous hot springs, situated less than 3kms outside of town at the Avalon Springs is a haven those who suffer ailments such as arthritis, rheumatism or those who just want to relax and let the warm water soothe away the stressed of a busy life style.
Just 15 minutes from the Robertson Wine Route. The Hotel offers a chauffeur driven tour in American Dream Cars from the 1950's. You drink, we drive
In Room Facilities:
En-suite bathrooms, television, telephone, air-conditioning as well as coffee and tea making facilities.
Variety of excellent wine cellars, as well as outdoor and sporing activities such as rock-climbing, hiking, tennis, golf, horse-riding etc