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Playing golf at Pinnacle Point is many people’s first impression of the Garden Route, perhaps preceded by a short 2 night stay at the superb Gondwana Private Game Reserve. Pinnacle Point is like the Pebble Beach of South Africa, ocean views at every turn, rugged, hilly and on cliff tops at all times it stuns the senses. Onwards to George where the old town has lovely parts to explore and enjoy fine culture, wine and cuisine with well priced restaurants. The resort of Fancourt, just out of town is the most exclusive and impressive golf resort in the whole of Africa, 3 golf courses in South Africa’s top twenty and you can only play Fancourt if you stay here. Fancourt is for us the best golf resort in South Africa, if not the world, because of the ambience, service and quality of its 3 golf courses. The Oubaai Course designed by Ernie Els is only 15 minutes away and has a great value Hyatt Regency adjacent. One hour further east and you come to the very heart of the Garden Route, the lovely town of Kynsna, from where you can do superb boat trips looking for whales, sharks and dolphins. We recommend the Simola Golf Hotel inland and the gorgeous Conrad Pezula, both of which overlook Kynsna.
Accessible via a connecting or separate internal flight from both Cape Town and Johannesburg. South African Express operate the route and timings.
If you book South African Airways then your luggage will be checked through without the need to check back in.
South African carry golf clubs free of charge.
Food & beverages are included during your stay, the quality and variety of wine and liquor will vary from resort to resort, you can leave your wallet behind.
The very best of the best, our most exclusive resort properties, in our opinion.
Resorts which have their golf courses on site or within a free shuttle ride away.
Small hotels which have a unique style and ambience, accentuated by fine cuisine and service.
The 100-room Oubaai Hotel Golf & Spa in George, South Africa, is a 316-acre upscale residential and golf development on the Garden Route, that extends along the Western Cape from Mossel Bay to Port Elizabeth. Overlooking the Indian Ocean on...More
Fancourt is the ultimate South African Golf Resort. A combination of Old World charm and contemporary luxury is what makes the Fancourt Hotel so distinctive. At Fancourt, guests can choose between the beautifully restored Manor House, which has a...More
The Conrad Pezula is a great luxurious resort on the Garden Route, on a stunning piece of Real Estate, it has a breath taking cliff top golf course adjacent and is one of the very best golf resorts in South Africa and overlooks the heart and soul of...More
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