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Moonstruck on Pringle Bay

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Moonstruck on Pringle Bay

Flanked by two of the Cape’s natural wonders, the Klein and Groot Hangklip Mountains, Moonstruck on Pringle Bay is a contemporary beach house retreat, an hour’s drive from Cape Town. Separated only by a fynbos greenbelt, Moonstruck overlooks a pristine world heritage beach, which is home to the rare oystercatcher, sandpipers and the shy Cape clawless otter.

On arrival, stylish décor and a warm, sophisticated ambience will envelop you. Offering spectacular ocean and mountain views, privacy and luxury, Moonstruck is an idyllic weekend escape from the city. Spacious bedrooms and large open-plan living spaces – complete with log fires for chilly evenings – are designed to take advantage of the magnifi cent 360-degree views.

Indulge in a massage on your private patio, spot Southern Right Whales and dolphins frolicking in the surf from the sundeck or loll in the rim-fl ow pool with the fynbos and ocean as your backdrop. Awaken to the sound of the abundant birdlife and the majesty of the mountains meeting the sea, before a leisurely stroll on the beach and a scrumptious breakfast served on the deck.

There are six golf courses in the vicinity, including the Arabella Sheraton and Erinvale Estate, and for wine lovers, there are numerous wine estates in the area offering tours and tastings of some of the Cape’s finest wines. Cape rock lobster, oysters, prawns and mussels are amongst Neptune’s delicacies to be found gracing the tables of the superb local restaurants, all within strolling distance of the guesthouse.

A tranquil coastal hamlet situated between Gordon’s Bay and Hermanus, Pringle Bay has an air of understated intrigue and hidden treasure waiting to be discovered. However you choose to spend your time, be sure to soak
up the tranquillity of this hidden gem.

For more information and reservations, call
+27 (0)28 273 8162; or visit www.moonstruck.co.za


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