Villa @ Grootbos

South Africa | Indian Ocean & Africa

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Grootbos Private Nature Reserve – an eco-luxury retreat only 160km from Cape Town and spectacularly situated on the fynbos and forest clad hills overlooking the whale-watching haven of Walker Bay.

Rates
from EUR 3.800 - EUR 7.500 per day

Location:
Walker Bay – Overberg – Western Cape

Accommodation:
Embedded in the natural wonderland of Grootbos the Villa comprises 6 elegant suites with mesmerizing 180°views of the whale-watching haven of Walker Bay. Guests can relax in 1000 square meters of utter luxury providing two lounge areas, private dining room, media room with big screen and projector, wine cellar, outside BBQ area, private pool as well as a fully equipped kitchen. For the duration of your stay, a private guide, chef and butler will be available to fulfill your needs and allow you to be part of the Grootbos experience!

Dining:
The gourmet cuisine is crafted from the finest and freshest local ingredients, including seafood specialties and excellent South African wines. One can experience a fusion of culinary delights while marveling at mesmerizing views of Walker Bay.

Activities:
Whether ones interests are birding, wild flowers, whale watching, diving with great white sharks or relaxing on unspoilt beaches Grootbos has it all. The Cape fynbos is renowned as a flora biodiversity hotspot and for more than a decade Grootbos has promoted its beauty, researched some of its many secrets and developed a suit of projects focused on conserving this exceptional natural region.

Getting there:
Take the N2 from Cape Town, past the Airport to Somerset West. Either follow the N2 over Sir Lowry’s Pass turning on to the R43 after the Houhoek Pass, or take the R44 along the coast and turn onto the R43 to Hermanus. Drive through Hermanus, Grootbos is situated 13km past Stanford on the R43.

Best time to travel:
All year round – whale watching from June - December

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