PRINGLE BAY GUESTHOUSE ACCOMMODATION IN THE OVERBERG
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.
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…
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.
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.
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...
Hiking and walking trails along the Hangklip coastline are exciting and varied; mountains, beaches, rivers, forests and rocky shorelines. The area offers easy walks as well as difficult trails for advanced hikers. Hiking Hangklip is a hikers mecca.