This hotel is the perfect collaboration between old and new, classic and modern, manorial and contemporary.
Although its founding name “Schoonder Sigt” from the 17th century, has long since changed, the “beautiful view” after which it was named, is still just as magnificent.
This heritage manor was owned by the chap who named the Orange River, gave Pletternberg Bay its title and who had Gordon’s Bay named after him. General Robert J. Gordon. Even the surrounding streets got their names from his era, before it was owned by the son of a king, fulfilled its role as a manor house, an apartment block and even a nursing home. An imbued and interesting history to say the least.
In 2010 it was restored to its former glory, by the current owners, Justin and Natalia Pearson, who stripped it of the Spanish touches regrettably added in 1973, to make this National Monument building the stunner it is today.
An integral part of South African history. A delightful place to stay.
Modern. Contemporary. Classic
Two Standard Rooms - elegant and spacious. Standard by name but not by nature, as it is luxury amenities all round. King or twin beds, 100% cotton linens and towels, walk-in showers, robes, slippers, DSTV & kettle
15 Luxury Rooms - pure luxury. Spacious and serene. King or twin beds, 100% cotton linens and towels, walk-in showers (some with a luxury bath as well), robes, slippers, DSTV & kettle. Additional beds can be added.
Studio Suite - a luxury home away from home. An airy suite with added extras on the other room types, it is a suite after all. Ideal for families. Self-catering kitchenette with fridge (minibar), stove, microwave, kettle and Nespresso machine. King size bed (twins on request), inter-leading rooms, hairdryer, robes, slippers, desk, safe, fan & DSTV
18 rooms in total with en-suite bathrooms; air-conditioning in all rooms; flat-screen TVs; universal power plugs; wi-fi throughout; wrap around terrace; swimming pool; outdoor lounge; roof-top deck; secure parking; transfer & shuttle services
Numerous tours such as a township tour, winelands tour or tour the Cape Peninsula. Hop onto the Red Bus to see it all.
Sightseeing and lifestyle markets.
Adventure activities such as hiking and abseiling.
Shopping and dining (just a short walk from the hotel). Let’s be honest, this is a must in Cape Town and well, eating on holiday is an activity in itself. Indulge.