Halcyon House

Address: 30 Rattray Head Avenue, Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape, 6600, South Africa | Hotel
 
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Location

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

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    Travel Blogs from Plettenberg Bay

    In and around Plettenburg Bay

    A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 11, 2014

    4 comments, 49 photos

    ... the 1500s for fresh water and the Dutch in 1778 for timber. It was also the location of a whaling station until the early 1900s.

    We are now ensconced in the Whale Song Hotel, in thatched accommodation, reminiscent of the TV series Upstairs and Downstairs. We have exchanged appalling jokes across, above and below balconies.

    Dinner was at The Lookout Restaurant for a good feed of seafood, once we finally found it.
    ...

    Un éléphant se balançait

    A travel blog entry by segacs on Jun 22, 2013

    20 photos

    ... I haven't seen before, though the snake varieties change from one continent to the next. But seeing them in glassed-in pens is probably better than coming across them in the wild.

    Knysna and Elephants!

    We left the game lodge reluctantly to head back to the coast. We stopped off for a quick lunch in the seaside town of Knysna, and browsed some of the shops a bit. We'll be back in Knysna tomorrow to see more of the ...

    Koeksisters is not Health Food

    A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Mar 05, 2013

    13 photos

    The drive from Somerset West to Plettenberg Bay afforded us gorgeous views of the undulating countryside. Fruit farming, sheep farming some ostrich farming, and later some cattle farming was scattered by the roadside but it was the rolling hills that impressed me most. On the way, we stopped at a small bakery and bought Koeksisters, a delightfully sticky white deep-fried pastry. They ...

    1st day

    A travel blog entry by billiebuttons on Apr 02, 2012

    2 comments

    Monday 2nd April

    First day of work, started at 7am (******* early!). We basically followed some guy around all day and learned what he was doing. Our first mission was to find the resident domestic cat and give him his meds. We searched around the cafe and office where he would usually be found that early but no luck. We headed through the gate towards the main house as this ...

    KAROO TO COAST MOUNTAIN BIKE CHALLENGE

    A travel blog entry by andrenateed on Sep 19, 2010

    5 comments, 28 photos

    ... Neil in Knysna, and driving him back to Langkloof, we decided to follow the riders along Route 339. That meant driving through the Prince Alfred Pass. Sheila decided to be the driver, because the narrow road twists and winds its way over four minor mountain ranges, and crosses seven rivers before it reaches the coast. The edge of the road is marked with large rocks, or more often, vegetation. It is very deceptive, because what might appear to be a safe place to ...