Walking through the foyer you get a glimpse of the courtyard, lush green lawn and swimming pool area where guests unwind while enjoying the view of the nearby mountains. All 33 en-suite bedrooms offer air-conditioning and modern facilities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
After a delicious meal in the Wild Apricot Restaurant, which offers a choice of traditional and continental dishes, our residents pub, The Dog and Trumpet, is where pre-dinner drinks and after dinner night caps are served until late.
Our qualified therapists offer a range of healing massage therapies and beauty treatments. The centre also boasts a steam room and mineral tub. Water for this tub comes from an artesian well, 120 meter below ground level, and has high mineral qualities. The hotel is pet friendly and offers the ideal weekend breakaway for Capetonians as well as a convenient halfway stop-over between Cape Town and the Garden Route.
In a region known for its hospitality the staff at the hotel aim for personable but professional service.
Our luxury rooms are substantially more spacious than the classic rooms. All luxury rooms also have separate bath and shower where the Classic rooms mostly have shower over bath.
Four of our luxury rooms are in a Victorian Villa built in 1905 in the garden behind the main hotel. The Villa is light-heartedly furnished with soft colours of beige, browns, rust and black, which gives one the feeling of Victorian splendour with a strong element of Africa. Some beautiful Antique pieces round off this modernistic approach to decor. The Villa offers four bedrooms ? 2 twin-bedded, 1 queen and 1 king size, each with a unique view of either the gardens or the mountains.
Our classic rooms, although somewhat smaller than our luxury rooms are creations of extreme comfort for our guests. Gay colours typical of the Art Deco period are being used and every room is furnished with a beautiful Art Deco dressing table and fabrics of that period. Most classic rooms are in the main hotel.
Huge shady trees surround the hotel which makes sitting outside on a lazy lounger a must. Masses of Iceberg roses line the path to the heated mineral pool while the fragrance of herbs carry on the air as you approach the water pouting statue of the lady forming the focus of this part of the garden. All the time you are aware of the majestic mountains surrounding the village while strolling in the garden.
he area offers a rich history. The most interesting museums being the Montagu Museum, Joubert House ( the oldest local house / residence), the British fort and the natural gardens in town.
The Robertson / Ashton / Montagu wine route is known throughout South Africa. Some of the most well known wine farms being Van Loveren, Graham Beck, Zandvliet and Weltevrede.
There are a variety of foot paths to choose from. Lover?s Walk being ideal for an early morning stroll, especially with tortoises, dassies, guiniefowl, Egyptian geese and the odd baboon or small buck that shows itself.
Montagu also have some excellent places to do rock climbing.
Niel Burgers tractor ride to the summit of the Langeberg, and the optional potjiekos is a must.
Then there are the famous hot springs, situated less than 3kms outside of town at the Avalon Springs. Those who suffer ailments such as arthritis, rheumatism find the warm waters most beneficial.
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