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  • Hotel Santos Express Mossel Bay

    The Santos Express Train Lodge is a genuine train situated on the Santos Beach in Mossel Bay with all cabins facing the sea. With the ocean so close, you can’t really beat its unbelievable position and exquisite views. The property offers you a unique stay in a double compartment or single coupe similar to the Trans Karoo. It is 5-10 min walk from the Dias Museum Complex, Harbour and Town Centre. There are 7 coaches, of which 4 have 5 compartments (2-4 sleeper), 2 coupes (1-2 sleeper), 2 toilets and 1 shower. The 5th coach is divided into a 16 bed dorm with lounge and the Caboose - an on-suite room with balcony. Coaches 6 & 7 are vintage Royal Ladies, 2 suites in each with king size bed, en-suite bathroom (amenities included) and balconies with outside furniture overlooking Munro Bay. Double and single rates include free continental breakfast. The property can accommodate 122 pax and offers special STO rates for groups of 30 pax and more (low season). Seasonal rates apply. Menus can be customized to suit your budget and requirements. The restaurant and bar serves all day breakfast, as well as steaks, seafood and famous traditional meals that can be served inside or on the sun deck. The restaurant is open from 7:30 am. Staff can help with all travel and adventure arrangements. BBQ; Internet & Wi-Fi; phone cards & airtime; Baz bus stop; laundry; security; catering; functions & conference. more

  • Hotel Protea Hotel by Marriott Mossel Bay Mossel Bay

    Situated only 5 minutes away by foot from Santos Beach, Protea Hotel by Marriott Mossel Bay Hotel features free Wi-Fi throughout as well as on-site parking. Each air conditioned room features a flat screen TV with local channels and an en suite bathroom with a shower. Other amenities include a mini fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, a hair dryer and telephone. Protea Mossel Bay Hotel features conference facilities where guests can hold business meetings and an outdoor pool area. There is also a lounge area to sit back and enjoy a drink. Cafe Gannet is located on-site and is known for its la carte seafood menu 7 days a week. There is also a bar area where guests can enjoy a drink with friends. Mossel Bay Golf Club is about a 3 minute drive away, while Mossel Bay Ski Boat Club is 0.6 miles away. Janine Iron and Washing Museum is just 10 minutes away. more

  • Hotel Aqua Marina Guest House Mossel Bay

    This 4 star graded guest house, is nestled against the hillside in a quiet cull de sac a mere 70 metres above and 450 metres away from the waters edge, visitors can drink in the magnificent views of ships and boats entering and leaving port, waves lapping onto the sun drenched Santos Beach and gaze in awe at the majestic Outeniqua Mountain Range. Your hosts, Noel and Alida Hudson will endeavour to make your stay a memorable one. After a peaceful sleep in the well appointed air conditioned en suite bedrooms which offer luxury king sized beds, Free WiFi, Flat screen TV, DSTV, safe, Tea/Coffee tray with rusks and biscuits, fridge, bathroom amenities, fluffy white towels, rested guests are treated to a hearty breakfast in a setting which will ensure a sensation of well being. Golf at Mossel Bay Golf Club and Pinnacle Point, both within 10 minutes drive can be arranged while non golfers can explore the many interesting sites and activities on offer. Museums: Dias Museum, Hartenbos Museum Janine Iron and Washing Museum Historic Walking Routes Point of Human Origins The Model Shipyard Adrenalin and Adventure: White Shark Diving Whale watching (June - Oct) Paragliding Dune Sandboarding Deep Sea Fishing Skydiving Starlite Aviation Helicopter Charters Beautiful Beaches: Santos, Diaz, Hartenbos, De Bakke (all blue flag status) Hiking Game viewing Breakfast, the range of which will cover the preferences of even the most demanding can be enjoyed in the breakfast area or on the deck. Laundry services are available on request at additional cost. Your hosts will endeavour to make your stay at Aqua Marina Guest House the first of many. more

  • Hotel Diaz Mossel Bay

    The Diaz Hotel is located only 50m from the high-water mark and offers spectacular ocean views from every window and balcony. The Diaz Hotel was named in honour of the famed Portuguese navigator, Bartolomeu Dias, who landed in Mossel Bay in 1488. Themed on the long and vivid history of the area, we offers guests a comfortable home away from home, with luxurious suites, surrounded by the charm of heritage, with attentive and considerate service throughout your stay. Property Facilities: Diaz Hotel is currently renovating rooms and indoor facilities. The Diaz Beach Hotel offers free under-roof parking for all hotel guests. The outdoor rim-flow pool is reserved exclusively for the use of hotel guests. There are ample deck chairs available at the pool’s edge. For your comfort and pleasure the following communal facilities are available to all hotel guests: * 24 Hour Front Desk Service. * General Travel Desk. * Safe Deposit Box. * Room Service (7a.m. - 9:30p.m.). * Laundry. * On-premises Convenience Shopping Center. * ATM. * Disability Accessible Facilities. * Communal Lounge (Foyer & Restaurant). * Playground. * Free Under-roof Parking. * Private surfing lessons can be arranged on request. * An indoor heated pool and Water World. * Resort guests are regularly treated to a dazzling range of live shows, hosted at the Pero Dias Theatre. Within touching distance of the captivating coastline and the cool waves, the Water Park's Lazy River captures the essence of Diaz Beach - fun, action and excitement. Ride the tubes with friends, or simply wallow in the water, work on your tan and drift along without a care in the world. Those who prefer a somewhat faster ride, can take in a superb high-speed view of the ocean whilst zooming down the seaside super-tube. Play a round on the putt-putt course. Area Information: Mossel Bay is a bustling holiday town and port, set on the sunwashed slopes of Cape St Blaize overlooking the expansive bay, against the blueblack backdrop of the Outeniqua Mountains. Mossel Bay lies halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, close to the towns of Swellendam, Outdshoorn, Plettenberg Bay and Knysna on the Garden Route and is synonymous with the Mossgas project, where offshore gas fields are mined for gas that is then converted into petroleum. Despite this obvious industrial leaning, Mossel Bay has a tradition of unhurried hospitality and there is sufficient natural beauty in the town and its surrounds to make a stopover essential. Mossel Bay features in the Guiness Book of Records as having the mildest all-year climate in the world, second only to Hawaii. Add to this the long stretch of beaches, the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, a championship golf course or two and Mossel Bay becomes an ideal retreat for both summer and winter. Mossel Bay has a significant history and there are a number of historic houses worth a visit, including about 200 stone homes built a century ago by Cornish stonemasons. She received her present name in 1601 when the Dutch navigator, Paulus van Caerden found a collection of mussel shells in a cave at the headland of Cape St Blaize although Mossel Bay was ‘discovered’ as far back as 1488, when Dias first encountered the ancient Khoi-San people upon stepping ashore. Mossel Bay is still famous for its mussels and oysters and some of the largest catches of tunny and black marlin are made on this part of the coast. Tunnel Cave is a 60-metre passageway through the headland of Cape St Blaize, which emerges on stretch of wild coast where the beaches are notorious for their variety of sea shells. Of real interest is the fact the very first Post Office in South Africa was at Mossel Bay in 1500, when a man named Pedro de Ataide left a letter in a shoe under a milkwood tree. Today the ancient Post Office is a national monument and mail is still sorted here. Amongst the surfing fraternity, Mossel Bay is up there on the list with Jeffreys Bay and Port Elizabeth and Outer Pool is probably Mossel Bay’s most famous wave. Water sports are enormously popular and whale and seal watching and scuba diving a way of life. Mossel Bay with its wide beaches for safe swimming and the awesome cliffs of Cape St Blaize’s southern shores, with the ever-watchful Outeniqua Mountains in the background provides a welcome and a worthwhile stopover on the Garden Route. In Room Facilities: Our rooms are key card operated, non-smoking and are cleaned daily. Please note that not all rooms are equipped with air-conditioning. Wake-up calls can be arranged with reception. Each room has its own private sea-facing balcony with deck chairs and is equipped to provide you with luxurious comfort: * Coffee & Tea Tray. * En-suite Bathroom with bath, separate shower, twin basins and amenities. * Hair Dryer. * In-room Safe. * International plugs and shaver sockets. * Mini Lounge. * Mini-bar Fridge. * Opening Windows. * Telephone. * TV with DSTV. * Writing Desk. * Our Presidential Suites include a double bed, second bedroom with two single beds and mini bar fridge. Attractions/Activity's Mossel Bay offers: * Shark Cage Diving * Seal Island Boat Trips * Bird Watching * Game Reserve. * Museums * Wine Farms * Cycling Routes * Cape St. Blaize Cave * Point of Human Origins * Golf * Hiking Trails. *Horse Safaris * Parasailing * Electrodiving . *Sky Diving *Sand Boarding and so much more! more

  • Hotel Fly Me To The Moon Mossel Bay

    Fly Me To The Moon is the perfect retreat for all types of travelers. Not only will they be able to take in the tranquil surrounds of the countryside and appreciate the magnificent views of both the Outeniqua Mountains and the ocean, they will also be only 5 minutes' drive to either the popular and recently upgraded and developed Hartenbos, or the quaint town of Mossel bay and their main beaches. The house is only 2.8 km from the N2 national highway and Langeberg Mall. It receives a lovely sea breeze and cools down even on a hot summer day. We have recently put in a garden Jacuzzi which our guests have been enjoying. In the winter, two of the rooms and the main lounge on the ground floor have gas fireplaces and the rest of the rooms have heaters and all beds have electric blankets. We offer uncapped super fast premium WiFi access to all of our guests. We offer three lounges (one on each floor) and all the rooms have private seating so that our guests can communicate with friends and loved ones far away and share their South African adventures with the world without any gripes or hassles, if they so wish. Each room has a large flat screen with DSTV on a guest house bouquet. more

  • Hotel Point Village Mossel Bay

    The 3-star Point Village Hotel is nestled at the side of a quaint village at The Point in Mossel Bay - Mossel Bay is a popular tourist destination located along the sandy shores of the Indian Ocean. Schools of dolphins like The Point so much that they visit us twice a day! Why the Point Village Hotel? Located within walking distance of 5 restaurants; 16 luxury en-suite rooms with small kitchenette; 6 suites with 2 bedrooms and self catering facilities; 5 self catering apartments with 3 bedrooms; shuttle service to and from the airport / bus station is available; private tours in the area can be organised on request. While retaining the colorful and original "fisherman cottage" style, the decor is chic yesterday that blends with modern today. Every day is a lazy Sunday in Mossel Bay - simply relax, do nothing and just experience the magical holiday atmosphere we've created. On the other hand Mossel Bay also offers you a wide variety of activities. Never a dull moment and in a different unnoticed fashion. Here we don’t hurry, so don’t worry! more

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