The Plettenberg Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Plettenberg Hotel Plettenberg Bay
This hotel is wonderfully perched overlooking the sea and has very nice accommodations.
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After another peanut butter filled breakfast we waved goodbye to beautiful Knysna and started our trek towards Cape Town. It was a very scenic drive, the coastline flanking our left and the towering mountains peering down at us from the right. At some points during the drive to Cape Town it appeared as if the clouds were flowing over the mountains like a waterfall. Around lunch we arrived in Hermanus where we ...
... pronounced Nice na) – an upmarket coastal resort - before taking the flat-bottomed ferry across Knysna Lagoon to Featherbed Nature Reserve on the Western Heads. The area used to be a harbour to large boats but Lloyds refuse to insure any vessel entering the harbour after 45 out of 350 boats sank trying to get through the treacherous heads. A truck with three trailers took us to the top of the heads, for a 2.2 km walk back down to ...
... fly tape hanging from the ceilings and banging screen doors. Instead we got an indoor bar, and a patio with a tremendous view and accommodation better than home. The evening meal was at a seaside restaurant; I had beef ribs and Rosamund ate tagliatelle with mussels.
With the patio door open we went to sleep with the sound of the distant waves rushing to the beach.
... it was an earthy bowl of vomit with edible flowers! Kylie ate a lot of hers to be polite. I did not! You know that dogs eat grass to vomit? This must be the vegetation they were after! Talking of dogs our posse were fast asleep in front of the fire. Topaz was playful when awake, well bitey when awake. He bites a lot. We re-name him bitey!
I woke up in the night (2am) to Phil elbowing me asking me to switch the lamp ...
... even if he could catch them.
Dominik, the 'keeper’, then showed us how to feed the penguins, monkeys, servals, cheetahs and Duma the 'special' cheetah. The rest of the day consisted of odd jobs really. A local woman brought in a kitten who, frankly, looked like **** so we took it to the vet and left it with them to deal with. There is a tortoise that had been painted to ...