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Centrally located, this old house has comfortable, well-appointed rooms, some with balconies, as well as modern rooms and suites at the back (which are quieter, being off the main road).
You can’t miss this place with its mini Eiffel Tower in the garden...
Langebaan’s only hotel sits on a hill overlooking the bay with lovely sunset views. Rooms are large, with country decor and their own fireplaces...
The Arniston is a light-filled luxury hotel with a nautical theme, and its own spa. Sea-facing rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows...
Based in the town’s historic former post house and set around a pretty garden, rooms are named after Beatrix Potter characters (we told you Greyton was a twee place)...
There are six individually decorated rooms in this 200-year-old house with a gorgeous garden and a refreshing pool.
This excellent, five-star budget option, YHA-affiliated and award-winning, is owner-run and it shows. There’s a great bar area with satellite TV, yet you can still find peace and quiet in the large grounds.
The owners of this stylish suburban hostel are keen to organise tours of the district. The recreation area has satellite TV and a pool table.
A comfortable country-style hotel with a variety of rooms, including some with self-catering facilities and others with four-poster beds...
A modern boutique guesthouse that’s a refreshing break from all that Cape Dutch architecture. There are six sumptuously decorated rooms with underfloor heating, personal service and sweeping views to the mountains.
The quirky, fake lighthouse on this well-priced hotel’s exterior is a sign of what’s inside: a range of fun, funky, bright rooms and exceptionally friendly service. Rooms have a kitchenette and some have balconies.
A superluxurious hotel set in a Cape Dutch manor house, offering wonderful mountain views, a heated swimming pool and the award-winning Bosman’s Restaurant.
This is the area’s most luxurious place, about 10km from the town centre, and has three 18-hole golf courses (two designed by Gary Player)...
Built on a rocky headland with breathtaking vistas, this five-star place is pure decadence, with fantastic rooms, a spa and a top-class restaurant.
A traditional and sumptuously decorated guest house, Yellowwood boasts a lovely garden setting and views of the lagoon. See if you can grab the one room with air-con.
Rijk’s provides luxurious accommodation on a beautiful wine estate. There’s a winery here too, as well as a restaurant , serving good food at refreshingly modest prices. The hotel is 2km north of the town centre.
This is one of the best places to stay in the Winelands. Set around a leafy courtyard and pool, guest rooms are very large with fireplaces, huge beds and stylish decor...
This is an imaginatively designed guesthouse, with a real African flair that avoids the kitsch. Accommodation is in decorated timber lodges – some with Victorian bath tubs, others with stained-glass windows.
Nothing is too far from the sea in Wilderness, but this delightful guesthouse has direct access to the beach. All rooms are sea-facing and from July to November you might spot whales from the comfort of your bed.
Rooms are tastefully decorated at this stylish hotel. It has an inviting, heated pool and is moments away from shopping and eating options at the Waterfront. You’ll want a lagoon-facing room.
An impressive collection of luxury guest cottages, some with lagoon views, in a garden setting. There is also a restaurant serving regional and international dishes.
Still with its locomotive theme, this hotel has been refurbished and is much improved. It now has decent-sized rooms, set around a leafy pool area. There’s disabled access.
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