Hotels in Mossel Bay: Experience the essence of "African Oceans". From stylishly appointed rooms, awaken to an uninterrupted view of the azure ocean, the misty Outeniqua mountains and the the sound of waves rolling over sandy-coloured beaches. Luxurious rooms with mini bar, satellite TV, CD/DVD player, air-conditioners and private balconies/patios set the scene for a memorable stay. Direct access to the beach. The exceptional treatment, unique and thoughtful touches, attention to detail, the luxury and the opulent comfort all add to the exciting possibility of returning again and again. Breakfast is served in the sun-splashed dining room. Option of self catering. Relax at the pool, soak up the sun, swim in the sea or stroll along the golden beach. Perfect honeymoon and golf destination.
Hotels in Mossel Bay: Situated on a 3000ha game reserve located between Mossel Bay and George, Botlierskop offers an immense diversity of wildlife and activities coupled with luxurious, tented accommodation discreetly positioned along the riverbank. The reserve comprises of over 26 different species of animals and more than 200 bird species. Each of tents are elegantly adorned in a romantic colonial theme with 4-poster beds draped in mosquito nets. The en-suite facilities are lavishly equipped with deep oval baths and open-air showers. Relax at the pool with its' breathtaking views of the valley below or seek out either of our two fireplaces for a cozy evening at the Fireplace Restaurat. The Spa situated on the riverbank surrounded by magnificent mountain scenery while other activities includes guided game drives, elephant back rides, -feedings; horseback safaris, walking with African lions.
Hotels in Mossel Bay: The Bush Villas at Botlierskop is situated on the northenside of the reserve and offers Luxury Villas (no pool) as well as Superior Villas (with private pool at Villa) overlooking the lake where animals drink water during the day. The 3 bedroom Villas with 3 en-suite bathrooms has a lounge, kitchen as well as indoor and outdoor fireplace. It is ideal for families of 4 adults and 2 children (children accommodated in loft room) Guests can take part in activities offers by Botlierskop Private Game Reserve. No restaurant is on site but there are plenty of nearby restaurants. Any ages of children is welcome. Outdoor barbaque facilities is available for guests.
Hotels in Mossel Bay: There are a total of 4 rooms on the premises. This popular hotel offers the perfect stay for business and leisure travellers alike. The Hotel provides a key collection service.
Hotels in Mossel Bay: Built in a typical English-style mountain resort, this charming inn is set on a 400-acre estate amidst magnificent mountain scenery at the foot of the Robinson Pass in the Ruiterbos Valley Region of the Garden Route, between Mossel Bay (35km) and Oudtshoorn (50km) in the Western Cape. Guests can choose from a range of delightfully furnished accommodation, including family units, thatched rondavels and timber log cabins situated in different parts of the lush gardens shared by an abundance of birdlife. Established more than 80 years ago the Inn is renowned for its friendly hospitality, superb service and a range of recreational facilities amidst magnificent mountain scenery. The Inn's proximity to the green coastal belt of the Garden Route and the timeless Little Karoo allows for easy exploration of the diverse attractions that these two regions offer.
Hotels in Mossel Bay: This property is located in Mossel bay . Hotel was built in 2001. Hotel underwent renovation in 2013. The property consists of 43 rooms. The property consists of 18 double rooms, 2 suites and 23 family rooms. The Hotel enjoys an idyllic location in the heart of the city. The main train and bus stations are just a short drive away. There are multiple public transport links within easy reach. Guests will find the airport within easy reach. Golf lovers will be pleased to find the nearest golf course closeby. The beach is set in the immediate vicinity of the Hotel. The Hotel is located a few steps from the harbour. The establishment is wheelchair-accessible. Guests may take advantage of the on-site car park.
Hotels in Mossel Bay: Only 3-and-a-half scenic hours' drive from Cape Town, this malaria-free, private game reserve is home to an abundance of animal and bird life including the big five. Set against the backdrop of the majestic Langeberg mountain range, the lodge guards the entrance to South Africa's world famous Garden Route Coast. It is 97 km from George Airport and Cape Town Airport is 355 km away. Renovated in 2010, this family-friendly reserve comprises a total of 34 refurbished spacious lodge rooms, where luxury and comfort are combined with an African theme. Complete with en suite bathrooms, the lodge rooms lead onto a west-facing balcony which offers breathtaking African sunsets, all within steps of the pool. These rooms are ideal for families and are located closer to the lodge amenities. The expansive wooden decks overlooking the valleys below allow guests to relax and unwind to the sounds of the African night. The facilities available at this lodge include a lobby area and 2 restaurants. All rooms come with a private bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer. They are equipped with a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. orning and evening game drives are led by experienced and knowledgeable game rangers who share their knowledge of big game and local African folklore. Guests may dine in one of the hotel's 2 restaurants: the African Boma, which provides a hearty menu of tasty traditional cuisine and chef's specialities, presented on open coals in African pots, and the breathtaking Serengetis, offering a more interactive dining experience. Guests arriving from Cape Town should take the N2 highway out and head east for 348 km. After reaching the small town of Albertinia, the entrance to the lodge is 7 km further on. Those coming from George should take the N2 highway and head west for 85 km. After crossing over the Gouritz River Bridge (Bungy Jumping), the entrance to the lodge is 12 km further on.
Hotels in Mossel Bay: Gondwana is a private game reserve in South Africa that holds the distinction of being the only fynbos reserve in the world that's home to free roaming Big Five game as well as endangered species like the Cape mountain zebra and black harrier among many others. Set on 11, 000-hectares, its breathtaking beauty will soothe and delight you with its endless mountain views and green rolling hills blanketed in colourful fynbos. Gondwana shares the route's idyllic climate, second most moderate in the world and is Malaria-free, offering prime year round game viewing. Gondwana's luxury private bush villas are the ultimate alternative to a Five Star hotel offering complete privacy and awe inspiring views. For a stress-melting getaway in one of the most beautiful settings in the country, visit and immerse yourself in the wild beauty of the natural surroundings.
Hotels in Mossel Bay: Situated in D' Almeida in Mosselbay, Hotel Portao Diaz offers an authentic African-urban experience in a local setting. It also features panoramic views of the bay and the Outeniqua Mountains. Enjoy a genuine cultural experience, surrounded by the modern comforts of a luxurious hotel. The nearest beach is 3. 4 km away. The rooms include an en-suite bathrooms, tea- and coffee-making facilities, and a hairdryer on request. Some of the rooms have self-catering facilities as well. Featuring South African cuisine, the hotel's restaurant offers seating for 100 guests, and an a-la-carte menu is available throughout the day. The cosy lounge bar features a big-screen TV. For breakfast, a traditional South African buffet is offered, cooked on an open fire outside. Guests can take a dip in the heated outdoor pool, play a round of billiard or experience life amongst ordinary South Africans.
Hotels in Mossel Bay: Mossel Bay (less than a mile from the resort) is known for its traditional friendliness, its history, its commercial harbor, its closeness to lush Wilderness country, the rainforest of Knysna, Oudtshoorn's ostriches, the splendor of the Cango Caves, and seven hundred species of shells. This popular town is called "Pearl of the Outeniqua" mountain region, at the heart of the Garden Route.
Hotels in Mossel Bay: The luxurious 31-roomed Protea Hotel Mossel Bay is a graceful landmark, built in 1846, overlooking Santos Bay and the harbour. 20 min drive to the airport and halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. Nestling on the Mossel Bay shoreline with the majestic Outeniqua mountains as a backdrop, the Protea Hotel Mossel Bay is singled out from other establishments. The stone walls and Mediterranean-style out-buildings belie the fact that the main building is one of the oldest in Mossel Bay and forms part of the Dias Museum Complex. Previously The Old Post Office Tree Manor Hotel, the Protea Hotel Mossel Bay, situated off Santos beach, could best be described as a hotel complex. It comprises of a breakfast patio with sea view, the Cafe Gannet Seafood Restaurant - "Mossel Bay's Seafood House", overlooking the Bay and Outeniqua Mountains. The Blue Oyster cocktail bar, adjacent to the pool, overlooks Santos Bay. The Ochre Conference Centre up to 120 delegates. This beautifully designed venue, has all the latest technology also the ideal venue for banqueting. Added attractions are the close proximity to shopping facilities, the yacht club, harbor and north-facing, sun splashed beaches. As part of the museum complex, the Maritime, Local History and Shell Museum, as well as the Old Post Office Tree, are all within strolling distance. The new golf estate is 2km away and the airport a 20 minute drive.
Hotels in Mossel Bay: This property is conveniently situated in Mossel bay . There are a total of 8 rooms on the premises. The property is wheelchair-accessible. Check-out is at . Pets are allowed on the premises. Large pets are allowed on the premises.