Take some time out at the newly opened Tintswalo at Boulders Villa

The breathtaking and classy Tintswalo Lodges have recently expanded their portfolio of luxury lodges and boutique hotels, set in iconic locations, with the opening of Tintswalo at Boulders Boutique Villa in Simon’s Town (Cape Town).

The Villa offers direct access to Boulders Beach and its world-famous resident colony of endangered African penguins, and operates on a bed and breakfast basis with nine double suites, as well as a children’s suite.

Tintswalo at Boulders may also be booked on an exclusive-use basis for families and friends travelling together, either as a private villa of five suites and a children’s room, or the entire villa sleeping 18 adults and two children (minimum stay of 3 nights required for exclusive-use bookings).

On route to Cape Point, Boulders Beach is known for its pristine swimming beaches where the penguins are the star attraction. Surrounded by fynbos, Tintswalo at Boulders boasts a unique North-facing, beachfront location that offers endless ocean views.

Spacious living areas lead to a terrace with a sea view pool. The luxurious suites have en-suite bathrooms and are individually decorated, some with private balconies. Paying homage to maritime history and the villa’s location in Simon’s Town, the rooms are named after famous ships, ranging from the Mayflower and the Cutty Sark, to Jan van Riebeeck’s Drommedaris.

Airport transfers, complimentary Wifi, full breakfast and afternoon canapes are included and a private chef is available on request to prepare other meals. A concierge service is offered for bookings of restaurants, snorkelling safaris and guided sea kayaking excursions.

LAUNCH OFFER:

An opening special is available until 31 March 2019, offering a complimentary third night when booking a 2-night stay (Peak season block out period 15 December – 15 January applies). Low Season rate from R3000 per room per night and High Season from R4000 per room per night.

Find out more online right here…

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