Halcyon House

Address: 30 Rattray Head Avenue, Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape, 6600, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 30 Rattray Head Avenue, Plettenberg Bay, is near Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre, Botlierskop Private Game Reserve, Ocean Safaris, and Dolphin Adventures.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsHalcyon House Plettenberg Bay

        Reviewed by rickandluann

        The comforts of home in Plettenburg

        Reviewed Feb 25, 2014
        by (7 reviews) Princeville, Hawaii, United States , United States Flag of United States

        Carolyn Cooney is such a wonderful, warm, informative hostess. I am so impressed with her entrepreneurial spirit and savvy. Her home was our home, we felt so comfortable here. Her staff were extremely attentive and anticipated our every need. The breakfasts were fantastic and the real silver flatware and Spode China made the meal extra special. Just lovely.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Halcyon House Plettenberg Bay

        5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Plettenberg Bay

        A note from the pilot....

        A travel blog entry by badyak52 on Dec 05, 2014

        3 comments, 2 photos

        This adventure could not have been started, let alone completed without help from a lot of people. I'd like to personally thank everyone who helped us along the way. Bob Harris, friend, mentor and coach for is level headed advice and continued support throughout the competition. Bob was the original BadYak enthusiast and was crucial in setting training goals and strategy, critiquing training videos and keeping me safe throughout the year. ...


        A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Oct 12, 2014

        13 photos

        ... the worlds highest bungy jump! �� Matt got strapped into his harness ready for the final bungy slot of the day. Before he left for the walk across the massive bridge you had to jump off we sat and watched other people from the viewing point. People were running and jumping, one girl even back flipped off! Crazy people. I was more than happy to be just watching. It was time for Matt to leave, I stayed in position ready to attempt to film him from ...


        A travel blog entry by lozseex on Sep 19, 2013

        1 photo

        ... and to the volunteer homes at Monkeyland. This then led to an extremely terrifying shopping trip. I think we were running late as food was just being thrown at us from every angle without having time for us to comprehend 1) the exchange rate 2) do we need it and lastly 3) do we even like it. I often didn’t know the answer to any of these questions but we’ve got it and as long as Stephanie was happy, I was happy and you never know, ...

        The Garden Route

        A travel blog entry by alexanderdrury on May 17, 2012

        2 comments, 10 photos

        ... far, overreached and plunged a leg into the icy water although thankfully both the camera and I escaped unscathed.

        The Jubilee Creek walk represented the start of an intense couple of days of activity. On Wednesday we broke up the short drive from Knysna to Storms River Village with stops at the Elephant Sanctuary, where we spent an excellent hour meeting six Elephants rescued from cruelty and culling. This was followed by the World of Birds, a huge netted outdoor ...

        A very long week

        A travel blog entry by billiebuttons on Apr 07, 2012

        39 photos

        ... all the excessive exercise so we tried to cool him, moved him to the hospital and tried to give him fluids but his blood pressure was ****. His temperature was about 42oC. After trying for what seemed like hours we realised he had suffered brain damage and he passed away not long after. Understandably this was upsetting for everyone. That evening Dominik had asked us out for drinks with him and a friend but as we were leaving a penguin came in with puncture ...