This one-of-a-kind boutique hotel on Route 62 does justice to its National Monument status.
Imagine driving through a quaint town and stumbling on an unexpected gem. Among the quaint country offerings that are usually found in lesser-visited Robertson, this hotel easily fills the gap for something bold and daring. There are just 10 suites in this tiny hotel, and the eclectic interiors and standout style have certainly made an impression on its visitors – the reviews are glowing. The on-site Small Restaurant features an equally petite menu, with food that rivals the quality you’d find in popular Franschhoek and Stellenbosch. Two small pools can be found by the garden and The Wellness Room, where guests can enjoy massages and beauty treatments (at extra cost). Service is passionate and thoughtful additions like a complimentary minibar in your suite proves that it’s the little things that make all the difference.
There’s an impressive variety of Suites; three are housed in the Manor House, a building originally built in 1909 with National Monument status; four Poolside Suites have direct access to the hotel’s small pool; and three Stable Suites overlook a second pool and features a loft-conversion Honeymoon Suite. Each of the Suites is refreshingly original and features underfloor heating, tea and coffee making facilities and a complimentary minibar including local wine and beers.
Intimate and tranquil, these smaller hotels offer a warm welcome and excellent personalised service. They are hideaway havens that offer the perfect place to unwind, wherever the destination.
In central Robertson on South Africa’s famous wine route, Route 62
10 individually designed rooms and suites
*Denotes local charge