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House on the Cliffs

    Sea View Rooms
     

Guest House Accommodation Accommodation at Cliff Lodge comprises of five stylish rooms. They are individually decorated and have every comfort – hairdryers, fluffy gowns, aromatherapy toiletries and satellite televisions. Our rooms are non-smoking, but smokers are welcome to use the outside patios.

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    Ocean Suite
     

The Ocean Suite is the ultimate sea front sanctuary! This spacious, luxurious penthouse suite has a sea front bedroom, separate lounge with wonderful sea views and a spacious private balcony. The suite has unsurpassed views over Walker Bay and towards Cape Point. It is the ultimate whale watching spot, with 180 degree sea views. The [...]

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    Living
     

Cliff Lodge has all the characteristics and comforts of a small boutique hotel. Our guest lounge has tea and coffee making facilities and a well stocked fridge. We have an extensive range of speciality loose leaf teas which we brew in traditional Japanese cast iron tea pots. Our teas are blends of premium full-leaf green [...]

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    Rates
     

1 September 2012 – 31 August 2013 Ocean Suite: Sea front penthouse suite: R1700.00 per person sharing per night. A large luxury suite with spacious bedroom, separate lounge and a large private balcony, all with stunning sea views. The romantic bed is king size, and the en-suite Travertine tiled bathroom has a separate shower and two-person bath. [...]

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  “Simply this: The most beautiful view of the ocean, any ocean in the world”
David Doubilet National Geographic USA

“ From De Kelders there is a superb view over the great sweep of Walker Bay where whales flirt and laze, and white sand dunes rise in strange contrast to the blue mountains of the coastal range.”
T.V. Bulpin; Discovering Southern Africa

“…this little town is able to offer some of the world’s best boat and shore-based whale watching and unquestionably the world’s best white-shark diving. The sensational marine tourist attractions should not be the only things to lure you, however. Some of the Cape’s best-conserved fynbos adorns the mountains in the area and numerous walks and trails criss-cross it. After a week spent wandering the streets of Gansbaai and its surroundings, we can comfortably say that this, truly, is the gem of the Overberg.”
Cameron Ewart-Smith; Getaway Magazine March 2003

 

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