The rate includes return airport transfers, light lunch with wine on day of arrival, breakfast, V&A Waterfront shuttles and wifi. For guests visiting Cape Town who prefer to stay outside the city, Tintswalo Atlantic sits above the water along Chapman’s Peak Drive, looking out to Hout Bay’s Sentinel peak. Day trips along this road take in Noordhoek, Kommetjie and Cape Point. From there travellers can visit the picturesque villages of Simonstown – home of the South African Navy, Fishhoek and Muizenburg.
The 10-suite Tintswalo Atlantic was rebuilt in late 2015 after everything but the pool was destroyed in a bush fire earlier that year. Guests can walk from the lodge through the ‘fynbos’, regarded as one of the world’s richest floral kingdoms, along the paths within the Table Mountain National Park – Tintswalo Atlantic is the only accommodation within the park. Tintswalo’s Kruger property, Tintswalo Safari Lodge, has also released 2019 rack rates. These start at around $1135pp per night for an Explorer Suite with plunge pool. The price includes full board, two safari activities per day, house drinks, wifi, laundry and a 15-minute back and shoulder massage. It excludes premium branded alcohol, transfers and the gate fee/landing fee of R50pp. http://tintswalo.com/atlantic/