West Coast Travel Guide
Restaurants and Accommodation
Luxury hotel, situated at a beautiful beach.
Gorgeous suites bedrooms, each decorated to a theme.
Also offering information about a different cultural experience in the Cape.
The hotel consists of:
? French doors opening onto a balcony overlooking Big Bay
? Fireplace in the room
? Victorian bath
? Double shower
? Heated towels
? Infra red heating in the bathroom
? Exquisite bedding and linen
? Internet connection and satellite TV
? Most of all, your very own personal butler!
You may enjoy your breakfast by the pool or even arrange a picnic on the beach. You can book your private dining room with colleagues or friends.
You may find on a beautiful day that your breakfast awaits you by the swimming pool.
Aroma therapeutic message will be added for your ultimate relaxation. Manicures, pedicures and hairstyles can be booked if needed or even sipping on a cocktail by the swimming pool listening to the sound of the ocean.
On The Rocks
Their speciality is mainly seafood. The building is 60 years old. Situated right on the edge of the water and there is a gorgeous view of Table Mountain.
Is a monument over 80 years old their speciality is mainly breakfast and light meals. Eat and enjoy the view of South Africa’s most prized tourist attraction: Robben Island and the fairest mountain of them all – Table Mountain.
TRADITIONAL CAPE RESTAURANT
Is the oldest building in Big Bay at over 200 years old. Their entire menu is traditional dishes. Ons Huisie is a national monument. The restaurant is situated right on the beach with beautiful views.
What is still to come?
A new three storey restaurant and Museum for the Mandela family, in the new Big Bay Development.
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