De Hoop’s new luxury digs

Published Nov 12, 2015


Cape Town - The De Hoop Collection offers a wide range of self-catering and luxury accommodation in one of the most beautiful parts of South Africa.

De Hoop has something for everyone - from the camping and caravanning sites, to the more affordable rondawels, to the self-catering cottages and the upmarket, fully-catered manor houses and suites; for families travelling on a limited budget, to couples seeking a comfortable yet affordable breakaway, to the top-end, fully inclusive options, De Hoop has it all.

Now you can enjoy a fully-catered getaway when you book at one of the De Hoop Collection’s newly-renovated Dassie Vlei and Otter suites.

Perfect for the discerning guest, both the Dassie and Otter suites offer luxury accommodation: a beautifully-appointed bedroom with a king-size bed, a spacious en-suite bathroom and an outside seating area overlooking the vlei.

The Dassie Suite, with its sitting room area and cosy fireplace in winter, has a great view of the vlei and is perfectly positioned allowing a view of the birdlife and majestic sunsets from the veranda. The three, newly renovated Otter Suites are close to the serene De Hoop Vlei. Wake up to the sound of the birds from the vlei and the perchance otter sightings from your room.

Meals, for all suites are included on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis. All are connected to the larger Opstal area, the central base from which to explore the reserve, set amid an impressive array of wildlife and fynbos. The Fig Tree Restaurant in the Opstal area is open all day, every day and serves delicious meals prepared with locally sourced produce.

There is a tennis court, swimming pool and a boules courtyard; bring your rackets (or hire some) to enjoy a game on the tennis court, before taking a refreshing dip in the nearby swimming pool.

Rates per person sharing per night:

Dassie Suites: R2 500.00 per person /per night DBB

Otter Suites: from R1 950 per person/per night DBB

From the sea, the sand dunes, the vlei, the display of rare Fynbos, the diverse antelope and the De Hoop ‘regulars’, Bontebok, Eland, Cape Mountain Zebra and not forgetting the 260 species of birds if you’re a twitcher at heart, De Hoop is definitely the ideal location to visit.

Phone 021-422 4522 or email [email protected]

Adapted from a press release for IOL

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