We stayed two nights in late October and had a very enjoyable stay. The grounds and restaurant (and wines) were the highlight. The grounds are impeccable as are the views of the surrounding mountains. Had two lunches and one dinner at Bosmans and the food was simply outstanding - truly fine dining and the Sommelier, Duane, picked a wonderful selection of wines from the area for our dinner. Staff were very friendly, helpful and always wanting to make sure you were enjoying your stay.
The only reason for not giving a five star rating was that our room (Saddle room) was a bit rustic and in need of sprucing up a bit. With all rooms on the ground floor you must keep curtains drawn as you are totally visible to those walking by. Even the front door is all glass and you need to pull a curtain to cover it. We could hear every word spoken by the women in the adjacent room as she made phone calls. This is probably a function of the thatch roof with a faux wall between rooms. Furniture was comfortable as was the bed but the outdoor furniture on our terrace was old and tattered. Overall a great experience and a spectacular setting but the rooms do need some updating.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking