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Pringle's Lighthouse

from R1,500
Look no further for a great breakaway; with the hills of Pringle Bay as a backdrop and startling...
Look no further for a great breakaway; with the hills of Pringle Bay as a backdrop and startling views over False Bay to the blue silhouette of the Cape Point Mountains. The house is ideal for a family get together and is also used for business getaway weekends and training small groups.
from R1,500
Sleeps 12 in 2 rooms

4 Reviews

Pringle Beach House

from R3,000
Pringle Bay is a tranquil coastal village situated an hour’s drive from Cape Town via the...
Pringle Bay is a tranquil coastal village situated an hour’s drive from Cape Town via the magnificent world-famous Clarence Drive with spectacular views of False Bay, white beaches and sheer cliffs. Pringle House is a well-designed modern beach house sleeping up to nine guests.
from R3,000
Sleeps 9 in 4 rooms

House of Joy

from R1,450
This spacious and light north-facing home is ideal for a holiday getaway. It offers a lovely...
This spacious and light north-facing home is ideal for a holiday getaway. It offers a lovely balcony with stunning views of the mountains and sea, and is well-situated up on the mountainside on the corner of Edward and Glen Roads, in Pringle Bay.
from R1,450
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

1 Review

This is a beautiful and spacious self-catering house situated in Pringle Bay, surrounded by the...
This is a beautiful and spacious self-catering house situated in Pringle Bay, surrounded by the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve. This double-storey house is made up of two fully equipped apartments, it can be rented together as it is linked via indoor stairs.
from R650
Sleeps 6 in 2 rooms

7 Reviews

The Barnacle

from R900
The Barnacle is a lovely seaside cottage located in the little village of Pringle Bay. Guests can...
The Barnacle is a lovely seaside cottage located in the little village of Pringle Bay. Guests can see whales from the deck during July, August and early September and a canoe is available for use on the river or lagoon. We can provide breakfast baskets by prior arrangement.
from R900
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

4 Reviews

Sandy's Place

from R1,800
Sandy’s Place is a double-storey house surrounded by an indigenous fynbos greenbelt. The house...
Sandy’s Place is a double-storey house surrounded by an indigenous fynbos greenbelt. The house offers comfortable self-catering accommodation, ideal for families looking for a peaceful seaside holiday house.
from R1,800
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

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Sugarbird House

from R550
Self-Catering:There is an enclosed garden, safe for kids and pets.
Self-Catering:There is an enclosed garden, safe for kids and pets.
from R550
Sleeps 6 in 2 rooms

Dreams

from R1,448
Self-Catering:Perfect for relaxation away from busy city life, yet close enough to Cape Town,...
Self-Catering:Perfect for relaxation away from busy city life, yet close enough to Cape Town, Stellenbosch and Hermanus for day trips. Seven golf courses within one hour's drive. Beautiful surroundings in quite area situated along the famous Whale Coast.
from R1,448
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

1 Review

Carolines House

from R240
Self-Catering:The house is five-minute walk from Pringle Bay Beach with safe swimming and a short...
Self-Catering:The house is five-minute walk from Pringle Bay Beach with safe swimming and a short 10-minute walk from all the local shops, restaurants and pubs in the area.
from R240
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

6 Reviews

Hangklip House

from R950
Hangklip House is an old radar station used in the Second World War and was built at this location...
Hangklip House is an old radar station used in the Second World War and was built at this location specifically for the view. The now self-catering holiday house offers comfortable accommodation for up to eight people and enjoys breath taking views of the ocean and lighthouses.
from R950

House with a View

from R2,000
Guests hoping for a relaxing seaside holiday for the whole family will not be disappointed when...
Guests hoping for a relaxing seaside holiday for the whole family will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at House with a View. It is a great choice for guests visiting the scenic coastal town of Pringle Bay in the Western Cape.
from R2,000
Sleeps 7 in 3 rooms

Pringle Dream

from R1,750
Self-Catering:Fully enclosed play area with swing, sand pit and jungle gym. Cot available on...
Self-Catering:Fully enclosed play area with swing, sand pit and jungle gym. Cot available on request.
from R1,750
Sleeps 5 in 2 rooms

Ocean View

from R1,000
This quaint beach cottage with beautiful sea and mountain views, is decorated in a relaxed and...
This quaint beach cottage with beautiful sea and mountain views, is decorated in a relaxed and modern style in simple hues of blues and whites. The cottage is quiet and safe with nature in your back garden.
from R1,000
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Hoogwaterhuis Hangklip is a stunning architecturally designed house located on the rock just...
Hoogwaterhuis Hangklip is a stunning architecturally designed house located on the rock just outside Pringle Bay. The house offers comfortable accommodation and a spectacular location ideal for a family or group of friends.
from R2,000
Sleeps 11 in 5 rooms

Hangklip Hotel

from R320
Hangklip Hotel is a country-style historical hotel offering self-catering chalets and standard...
Hangklip Hotel is a country-style historical hotel offering self-catering chalets and standard rooms ideal for travellers to the beautiful Pringle Bay area. The hotel is ideally situated near the water’s edge in this isolated unspoilt stretch of paradise.
from R320
Sleeps 20 in 7 rooms

3 Reviews

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    Pringle Bay South Africa

    Pringle Bay Self-catering Accommodation
    Pringle Bay is a unique and charming small coastal village, 85 km from Cape Town, and situated in a World Biosphere Reserve, on the famous Whale Route.

    Pringle Bay is surrounded by mountains on three sides and overlooks the ocean with Cape Point in the distance. It abounds with wildlife and beautiful flora and is part of the Sixth Floral Kingdom of the planet.

    The silver beaches are pristine and spotless and the air is clean and unpolluted. There is a small lagoon with clear, warm water where the Buffels River enters the sea. Pringle Bay is one of the few bays in South Africa that face north, so you can enjoy spectacular sunsets.

    Eight restaurants are within a three minutes’ walk from each other. A 5-minute drive will get you to the safe boat-launching facility, 10 minutes to the penguin colony or famous Harald Porter Botanical Gardens, 20 minutes to a variety of golf courses, 45 minutes to the wine estates or to the “Whale Capital” Hermanus, 50 minutes to Cape Town International Airport and just over one hour to the centre of Cape Town.

    Although very much a resort town, Pringle Bay continues to attract a growing number of permanent residents for reasons of safety and convenience. Many of the weekenders are also expressing long-term plans to retire to the area or move there permanently in the near future.

    The village has over the past years attracted many young families who are conducting their own businesses from home via the internet or commute to Strand, Somerset West, Hermanus or Stellenbosch. The opening up of a private school had made this a viable alternative for young families wanting to live in a beautiful secure environment, away from city life but near enough to all amenities.

    Lifesavers are on duty during the holiday seasons and Pringle Beach is never crowded, even over Christmas. It is a very safe and secure beach, with no need for car guards. There is an amazing variety of coastal and mountain hiking trails in Pringle Bay and also many secluded beaches.

    With no industry, townships, informal settlements or large scale development allowed in this area, only one road leading into Pringle Bay and no busses allowed, our village has the lowest crime statistic. Pringle Bay has active police and MEC reservists, its own fire engine and an emergency medical team.

    Known for its copious sea life, there is good fishing and during season you can obtain a permit for 4 crayfish per person, per day.

    You will find an interesting mix of young and old, South African and overseas residents in Pringle Bay.

    Pringle Bay is the perfect family holiday destination - whales, penguins, surfing, picnics on the beach, a swim in the bay or the warm lagoon, friendly people, spectacular sunsets, virtually zero crime, good restaurants and a clear night sky, what more could one ask for.
    Pringle Bay is a unique and charming small coastal village, 85 km from Cape Town, and situated in a World Biosphere Reserve, on the famous Whale Route.

    Pringle Bay is surrounded by mountains on three sides and overlooks the ocean with Cape Point ... Read more
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