Ras Kutani rests between the deserted shores of the Indian Ocean and the quiet inlets of a freshwater lagoon, creating an idyllic barefoot hideaway.
Beachy Head Villa is a large, luxury villa that offers self-catering in style for families or groups of friends. It is part of a group of villas and appartments which make up a luxury beach resort called the Robberg.
Hermanus is considered to offer the best land based whale watching on the African continent and is a fantastic stop on the beautiful Garden Route. The Harbour Square Hotel is located on the historic harbour and is run by the team at its sister hotel.
An African Villa has the best of both worlds being based in a quiet residential area but at the same time just a short stroll from centre of Cape Town all its fantastic restaurants, amenities and nightlife.
Lawhill offers fantastic self catering holiday accommodation in Cape Town on the V & A Waterfront that is simply ideal for those who want to relax in style in Cape Town.
The Sugar Hotel enjoys a great position in the heart of ‘the Mother City’, and it has a really friendly atmosphere about it. We love this small and intimate property which is only minutes from the V&A Waterfront and the Cape Quarter.
Manaar House is a small and stylish guesthouse situated in the beautiful coastal resort town of Umhlanga Rocks near Durban.
This is a truly stunning hotel in a stunning location. Right on the beach with fabulous views of the iconic lighthouse,
In a colonial building overlooking Cape Town's V&A Waterfront, this 35-room boutique hotel evokes the romance of Queen Victoria's passionate early years with Prince Albert.
Fundu Lagoon is the epitome of barefoot luxury. A wonderful beach retreat on the tiny island of Pemba.
The Zanzibar Serena Inn is a beachfront resort, in historic Stone Town, on the Zanzibar coast. The sea-view rooms really evoke a sense of romance and a connection to Zanzibar’s past by overlooking turquoise waters and the odd dhow sailing past.
In spirit and style it is inspired by the legendary 13th century Swahili town of Lamu. Beside a shady courtyard, flat-roofed Arabesque houses with hand carved doors accommodate charming and luxurious guest rooms.