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Your Travel Guide for South Africa Accommodation & Attractions

South Africa - Few places in the world offer such unrivalled splendor and diversity; from coastal magnificence, lakes, forests and mountains, to vast open plains teeming with wildlife. South Africa is also rich in Culture, History, Art and Heritage.

Thank you for making us part of your Traveling experience by making use of our South African travel guide. Our accommodation guide follows a route from west to east, focusing on Cape Town and surrounds, the Cape West Coast, Cape Winelands, Route 62, Klein Karoo, Greater Karoo, Overberg, Garden Route, Eastern Cape and the Wild Coast. We will expand our listings with more travel options to other provinces.

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  • Klokkiebosch
    Klokkiebosch is situated in the serene Jacobsbaai on the shores of Smalbaai an hour’s drive from Cape Town. The guest house blends in with the Jacobsbaai building vernacular and is luxuriously decorated to make guests feel welcome, pampered and relaxed. Delicious breakfasts are served on the veranda, weather permitting. Scrumptious lunches and dinners are served on request. This idyllic getaway is ideal for special celebrations.
  • Misty Mountain Reserve
    Few locations manage to convey the sense of peace and tranquillity of the Tsitsikamma. From its lush vegetation to its awe-inspiring coastal vistas, this unspoiled stretch of paradise is home to an amazing array of animals, plant-life and natural waterfalls. Perfectly nestled in the heart of this peaceful paradise is Misty Mountain Reserve. Whether it’s an unforgettable family break, the adventure of a lifetime, a romantic getaway or team building conference, Misty promises a memorable stay – “Nature at your Service...”
  • Aanhuizen Guest House
    Situated away from the main road on Kanon Kop looking onto the Langeberg mountains. We are walking distance to town and to excellent Restaurants.
  • H & A Guest Houses
    H & A Guest Houses. Situated in the picturesque Hemel-en-Aarde valley, the H & A Guest Houses offers accommodation in 2 architecturally designed double-storey houses within this beautiful security estate.
  • Sleeping Beauty Guest House
    This historic home, built in 1880 as a pastorie for the local Dutch Reformed minister, has been an owner managed Guest House for almost 20 years.
  • The Point Hotel
    Superbly positioned on the rocks below Mossel Bay’s famous lighthouse, 52 sea-facing en-suite rooms with private balconies overlooking the Indian Ocean. A huge tidal pool right in front of the hotel offers safe bathing, whilst surfers can enjoy one of the best surfing venues on the coast line. The Lighthouse Restaurant and bar cater for all tastes and appetites. Our Conference facilities and equipment cater for up to 80 delegates cinema style and 65 delegates in conference style. This facility with its spectacular views over the Indian Ocean is also an ideal venue for weddings and intimate private dinners. Our new Business Centre accommodates 10 people around a boardroom table and offers computer and printing facilities.
  • Lutzville Hotel & Restaurant
    A small family-owned hotel on the West Coast wine-lands.
  • Juffroushoogte Guest Farm
    Juffroushoogte has been a retreat for travelers since 1902. Whether for business, pleasure or leisure, Juffroushoogte is today the largest and most centrally located accommodation from which to explore the West Coast.
  • Park House Lodge
    This lodge, with its lush garden setting, is home away from home to travelers, tourists and holiday makers. It is situated at the historical pulse of central Mossel Bay; near picturesque beaches, harbour, restaurants and vibrant entertainment activities.
  • De Zeekoe Guest Farm
    Only 7km outside Oudtshoorn, in the Garden Route, surrounded by the famous Swartberg and Outeniqua mountains, is one of the world’s 17 "hot spots" with 3 overlapping flower zones. Surrounded by variety attractions like ostrich farms, longest wine route in the world (R 62), Cango caves, Wildlife ranch, waterfalls and museums, makes this the ideal destination for a visit or a stay over in the Klein Karoo. This owner managed, 2000 hectare working farm, is malaria free and child friendly.
  • Rhodene Farm Cottages
    Nine luxury self-catering cottages and a modern farm house on a working fruit farm, 9km from Ceres, overlooking the fertile Ceres Valley and situated at the foot of the magnificent Skurweberg Mountain range. You can relax at your cottage or do hiking, fishing, cycling, walking and swimming on the farm.
  • Bayside Lodge
    Bayside Lodge, a friendly, well-run guest house offering bed and breakfast, situated in a quiet suburb in Plettenberg Bay, is a home away from home. It is close to beaches, as well as the town, where restaurants, shops and all the usual town amenities are available.

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