The #WILDflowers2017 Season is here! Bet you want to know where to go and where to stay? In no particular order, are the TOP accommodation spots to stay at for a front-row seat to the Cape West Coast Flower Season. Read more here to find this spectacular display on the West Coast Way!
There is a choice of accommodation at Thali Thali and you can either stay in the spacious farmhouse, self-catering chalets or in spacious luxury tents which have en-suite bathrooms and kitchen facilities.
Contact: (c) +27 (0)82 372 8637 / +27 (0)83 275 2825 | [email protected] | www.thalithali.co.za
All three the Guest houses are stylishly furnished with luxurious beds, spacious en suite bathrooms, dining areas with cosy fireplaces and a stoep with spectacular panoramic views. Rest in supreme comfort, luxury and style wherever you decide to stay. Contact: (c) +27 (0)22 492 2998 | [email protected] | www.khwattu.org
Protea Hotel by Marriott® Saldanha Bay • Saldanha Bay • Foodie Route & Scenic Route
The hotel is luxurious and spacious with a homely atmosphere, the big lounge is a favourite spot with their cosy fireplace and the terrace provides a 260 degree view and on a clear day you can see the Table Mountain. Contact: +27 22 714 1264 | [email protected] | www.proteahotels.com
The Lodge at Atlantic Beach • Melkbosstrand • Culture Route
The Lodge at Atlantic Beach is in Cape Town’s premier golf estate and links golf club. Nestled in a biodiversity corridor, it offers walking and running trails, a wellness centre, clubhouse with restaurant and spa. Choose from 3 types of luxury 4-star accommodation: Double, Twin and a Self-catering apartment.Contact:+27 (0)21 553 4653 | [email protected] | www.thelodgeAB.co.za
This is the gateway to the Cederberg with spectacular views and a wide variety of thrilling mountain activities, including zip lining. Nestled amidst citrus orchards, fields of rooibos and wildflowers, this quaint hillside lodge offer award-winning accommodation. Contact: Reservations +27 (0)22 921 3574 | [email protected]
Club Mykonos • Langebaan • Foodie Route & Scenic Route
Club Mykonos resort is a family friendly Mediterranean gateway to endless fun in the sun. Club Mykonos allows you to choose from 3 diverse self-catering accommodation products consisting of 361 luxurious Kalivas (apartments), with stunning views of the Langebaan lagoon and a host of things to do.Contact: +27 (0) 22 707 7000 | [email protected] | www.clubmykonos.co.za
Blue Bay Lodge • Saldanha Bay • Foodie Route
Beachfront accommodation with a restaurant where drinks are served to guests as they relax watching whales glide by from the broad terraces, before being served delicious meals in its charming a la carte restaurant, the well known ‘Blue Bay Café’. Contact: +27 22 714 1177/8/9 | [email protected] | bluebaylodge.co.za
Russells on the Port • Port Owen • Foodie Route & Berg Route
Settled in a beach side decor, Russells on the Port’s newly renovated guesthouse offers comfortable rooms with a tranquil atmosphere. Prime location, situated on the doorstep of the Port Owen Marina with stunning views of the Berg River basin. Each luxurious suite comes equipped with a flat screen TV, free WiFi and a complimentary tea and coffee station. +27 22 783 0158 | [email protected] | russellsontheport.co.za
Disa Lodge • Darling • Culture Route & Scenic Route
Situated on a quiet, tree-lined street and built in 1890, Disa Lodge is one of the very first houses built in Darling. In the typical “farm house” style of that time, the building has beautiful wooden floors and high ceilings and all the charm of yesteryear. Contact: +27 (0)22 492 3561 | [email protected] | www.disalodge.co.za
Darling Lodge • Darling • Culture Route & Scenic Route
The main house, offers three individually decorated country style rooms and the more modern garden annex consists of three further generously appointed rooms with a grape-vine covered patio overlooking the sparkling pool.Contact: +27 (0)22 492 3062 | www.darlinglodge.co.za | [email protected]
West Coast Way is South Africa’s road trip with the most twists. South Africans and visitors can explore a unique collection of themed routes to do adventure-filled Cape West Coast self-drive trips or a West Coast Holiday. The new West Coast Way “basket” of free routes on offer include the West Coast Way Scenic Route, the West Coast Way Berg Route, the West Coast Way Foodie Route, the West Coast Way Cultural Route – as well as the newly launched West Coast Way Wild Route, all of which are designed to showcase the many attractions and activities that are already on offer on the Cape West Coast and inland areas – but may be unknown to many. For more information on West Coast Way’s #WestCoastTwist and the list of 101 Things to Do on the West Coast visit www.westcoastway.co.za or call West Coast Way on 0861 321 777. Connect with West Coast Way on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at WestCoastWaySA.