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A Quick Way to Understand South Africa’s New Child Visa Laws

Child Visa App updated with latest Home Affairs regulations The new regulations are better, but still potentially confusing and misleading The Child Visa app has been updated with the latest regulations The updated app eliminates confusion and simplifies travel  The South African government updated the requirements for children travelling to or from South Africa on 11 November 2019.  The changes have been welcomed by most as a vast improvement on…

Kogelberg Nature Reserve: The Heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom

The little seaside town of Pringle Bay is one of the lucky small towns set within the world’s greatest biodiversity hot spot.  The Kogelberg Biosphere is a registered UNESCO World Heritage site. While the nature reserve forms part of the biosphere of the reserve, they’re not quite the same thing. The Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve is 100 000ha of land, 80% of which comprises of pristine mountain fynbos and deep valleys,…

Pringle Bay: Any holiday-makers Paradise

Pringle Bay is a true gem of the Overberg.  The small town forms part of the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The town is saturated with Fynbos and natural wonder which makes it the ideal destination to unwind for a few days and break away from busy city life.  We’ve listed five reasons why you should consider Pringle Bay as your next holiday destination.  Visit…

Spacious Guestrooms with views

With luxury and privacy foremost in mind, we have created a beach house retreat where exclusive stylish decor and a warm ambience welcome you. Gaze over False Bay to Table Mountain, watch waves breaking onto the swimming beach, marvel at a dramatic African sunset or whales frolicking in the bay; all from the privacy of your own patio.

Explore the Overberg

Discover the Kogelberg Biosphere, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; visit Stony Point penguin colony; stroll through Harold Porter Botanical Gardens, a fynbos wonderland; taste, savour and enjoy the wines in the local Elgin, Hemel-en-Aarde and Botriver wine valleys; look for whales and dolphins frolicking along our shorelines … all this and more.

Whale Watching & dolphins

The Whale Coast Route starts in Gordon’s Bay and ends in Gansbaai. Pringle Bay is part of this scenic route. Southern Right whales visit our shores each year from June to November to calf and mate, before departing again for their feeding grounds in the lower reaches of the Antarctic.

Powder white beaches

The Western Cape has a reputation of offering some of the world’s finest beaches. Powder white sand, azure ocean, African sky, imposing mountains, and this all bound intrinsically together …in the Overberg region of the Western Cape.

Nature

Discover the Kogelberg Biosphere (UNESCO World Heritage Site) a hiker, mountain biker and casual walker’s delight; trails, sandy beaches, rocky shorelines, rivers and forests. Track down the wild horses of the Rooisand Estuary, visit the penguins at Stony Point or explore nature’s true fynbos wonderland at the Harold Porter Botanical Gardens.

Overberg Wine Routes

Taste, savour and enjoy the wines of the Hemel en Aarde, Elgin & Botriver wine valleys. All under an hour’s drive from Pringle Bay these relatively young and up and coming wine routes offer warm country hospitality; delectable wine tastings and scrumptious lunch menus. A must for a day-trip.

Room 1 – Calypso

Calypso room offers private spacious ground floor accommodation. The room is 40 m² in size. Your total private space is 65m²  including patio. Besides that it offers mountain and ocean views from its 25 m² private patio which leads onto the swimming pool deck. Enjoy typical vibrant African sunsets over the bay. Listen to the ocean and the abundant birdlife in the nature reserve in front of the house. The room offers…

Moonstruck on Pringle Bay is a contemporary beach house retreat overlooking Pringle Bay main beach, a 90 minutes drive from Cape Town on the Cape Whale Coast Route. Moonstruck offers private luxury accommodation with beach and mountain views. The beach is a 3 minutes stroll accessed via a greenbelt in front of the property. Operating on a bed and breakfast (B&B) basis with good restaurants within easy strolling distance.

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