The award-winning 5* boutique Tintswalo Atlantic Lodge, is located above a pebbled beach in the Table Mountain Nature Reserve, and straddles the rocks along the Atlantic coastline, just 30 minutes drive from Cape Town. Cape Town’s ‘hidden gem’ offers 10 one bedroom luxury suites, and a two bedroom suite ideal for families, each individually decorated to mirror the personality of some of the most beautiful islands of the world, ensuring every guest has a unique experience. Each suite is afforded the same breath-taking view across the bay and out over the Atlantic Ocean.
Tintswalo is a Shangaan expression meaning ‘the intangible feeling of love, gratitude and peace bestowed upon someone offering you a meaningful and worthy gift’
Nature lovers can walk through the magnificent ‘Fynbos’, regarded as the worlds’ richest floral kingdom, within the Table Mountain National Park, one of South Africa’s eight World Heritage Sites. Ideally located along Chapman’s Peak, towards Hout Bay, with an easy drive to visit both Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront and the Cape Winelands, it is the perfect choice for the more discerning traveller wanting to enjoy exclusive accommodation in a stunning private setting. Tintswalo Atlantic offers five-star gourmet fine dining, warm welcoming family-style hospitality and a host of unexpected pleasures.
Why not combine a stay in Cape Town with three nights on safari at the sister property – Tintswalo Safari Lodge, another luxury property in the Tintswalo portfolio, and receive 10% discount on your accommodation in Cape Town. *
The luxurious safari lodge sits in the Manyeleti Game Reserve sharing an unfenced boundary with the popular Kruger National Park. The six suites are named after famous legendary explorers and offer chic and sophisticated accommodation, away from it all. Morning and afternoon/evening game drives and walking safaris are offered here as part of the daily schedule, with bush breakfasts, al fresco lunches, and dinners under the stars, to be enjoyed.
* Currently available for travel between 16 January and 30 November 2019