African Suite

THE AFRICAN COLONIAL SUITE

This suite is beautifully appointed in Safari style with African touches and memorabilia. The bedroom and private lounge lead out onto a large terrace overlooking the Golf Course with a view of the sea.

Enjoy your luxurious extra-length queen bed with en-suite bathroom (shower & WC).

A full English breakfast is served on the patio between 7.30am and 9.45am.
Please inform us in advance should you have special dietary requirements.

RATES (per couple per night):

Low season: 1 May 2017 – 31 August 2017
R 1 100.00 per night

High season: 1 Sept 2017 – 30 April 2018
R 1 500.00 per night

Low season: 1 May 2018 – 31 August 2018
R 1 125.00 per night

* All prices are subject to change

* Over long weekends, a minimum stay of 3 nights

* NO CHILDREN ACCOMMODATED IN THIS ROOM

INCLUDES

Tea & Coffee Facilities
Bar Fridge
TV & M-Net
DVD Player
Hairdryer
Electric Blanket
Heater
Fan
Safe Box
Wi-Fi

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TESTIMONIAL from Varun Rao

Hermanus was one of the highlights of my SA trip. Not just because of the beauty it offers but also because of the warm hospitality by Gail & Izak. The lodge is one of the most beautiful places that you would ever stay in. It is so aesthetically done that just mesmerizes you.

I had a Luxury suite booked on the first floor and it was filled with antiques collected since long. Everything has such detailed and good taste that you wonder how much effort the hosts have put into it. You will find the room full of books on the African culture, wildlife and African stories. The room had a big patio overlooking the golf course and the mountains. Its a 5 mins drive from the main town and the beautiful Hermanus ocean walk.

Its completely a Thumbs up from me and definitely this B&B lodge can easily put a lot of so-called-five-star hotels to shame. Its really heartening to see how Gail & Izak toil hard to keep this place as beautiful everyday. Thank you Mrs. & Mr. Kenney, you were one of the most beautiful people that we met on our trip to SA.

Room Tip: Go for the luxury suite, its worth it!!!!!

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