Mossel Bay on Grotto
Mossel Bay on Grotto Beach is a luxurious 5 Star guest house with spectacular views of the majestic Mosselberg mountains and the Blue Flag Grotto Beach in Hermanus. From June to November you can see the Southern Right whales from your bedroom.
Mossel Bay on Grotto Highlights
Popular higlights at Mosselberg on Grotto Beach are The Southern Right Whale for which Hermanus has became known for, the Cape Sugarbird with its long orange and yellow tail, the Fynbos flora in the garden and surrounding areas and the typical South African Pinotage grape, a cultivar originating from the Hermitage and Pinot Noir grapes.
- Mossel Bay on Grotto is a 5 star country house.
- It is located on the Blue Flag Grotto Beach in Mossel Bay.
- From June to November guests can view Southern Right Whales from their bedrooms.
Mossel Bay on Grotto Activities
The sea side country house is situated right on the popular blue flag Grotto Beach, perfect for days out and fun in the sun with the family. The Fernkloof Nature Reserve is within close proximity, a beer brewery, whale watching, shark diving at Gansbaai, horseback riding, golf, cycling, gym & scuba diving can be done. The magnificent surrounding mountain ranges offer numerous outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and nature and cliff path walks. This is the ideal setting for a picnic with the family to take in the breath taking views of the Fynbos reserves and birdlife. There are also various restaurant options in Hermanus as well as country markets which sell fresh produce. Hermanus is also surrounded by major golf courses such as the Hermanus Golf Course and the Arabella Golf Course.
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