Villa Marine Guest House
Staying at this unique guesthouse you will experience warm hospitality and highly personalized service with an unrivalled position on the sea's edge. Owned and managed by Eben and Susan Cloete Villa Marine Guest house is nestled in a spectacular rocky bay on the shoreline in quaint Pringle Bay village.
There are 5 guest suites ranging in size and luxury. All the rooms have magnificent and views looking down into a secluded cove or towards the surrounding mountains. All rooms include mini lounges with satellite television, stocked bar-fridges and tea trays, unique bathrooms, heated towel rails and under floor heating. Experience the sea with all your senses at this special venue.
Viewing the spectacular sunset from the deck over the vanishing edge swimming pool while sipping a glass of Cape wine will be a great start to an evening spent dining at the Villa or visiting one of the local venues. Fall asleep in a cosy percale linen bed with the waves crashing against the rocks in the bay. - Pringle Bay is an ideal destination for nature lovers and a perfect base from which to explore the rich and diverse mountain landscape of the Western Cape.
Activities in the area:
*Walk along the pristine beaches or invigorate yourself with a swim in the refreshing ocean
*Explore the tidal pools in front of the Villa
*Cycle along the coastal paths while searching for seasonal whales
*A number of Golf courses are available within easy reach
*Explore the Kogelberg flora kingdom, a world heritage site
*Visit the Harold Porter Botanical Gardens
*Bird watching in the Villa garden. The honey suckers are a delight in the fynbos
*Visit Arabella health Spa
*Stony Point, land based African penguin colony
*Hiking and mountain biking, in the surrounding mountains.
*Explore the wine routes in the vicinity
*Superb 'dining' experiences in the local restaurants
*Lounge at the pool with a book or simply relax while taking in the splendours of the sea.
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This page was last updated: 18 August 2011