About Skulpieskraal Tented Lodge and Rooi Spinnekop Restaurant
Skulpieskraal Tented Lodge comprises six comfortable tents, each with two single beds and bedding. The tents stand on timber decks under A–frame structures covered with shade netting where one can relax and enjoy a late afternoon sundowner.
Facilities include a fully-equipped kitchen with cutlery, crockery, pots, pans, kettles, and braai lapa area should you wish to prepare your own meals. Mouth-watering meals are also available upon request. The camp's spotless ablution facilities include hot water showers, flush toilets, hand wash basins, and laundry. Please note that there are no plug points in the tents for hairdryers and other appliances as the camp only has 12 volt lighting throughout.
The Rooi Spinnekop is a fully-licensed restaurant, renown for its' sumptuous West Coast cuisine. Buffet and meal of the day are freshly prepared in front of you, tantalising your taste buds with heavenly aromas.
The restaurant caters for your individual needs, be it a romantic dinner for two, functions, weddings, conferences, or tour groups, and bookings are essential. The charming atmosphere, great food, good wines, and warm West Coast hospitality makes for an incredible dining experience.
Skulpieskraal Tented Lodge Website by Michiel van Wijk
Beach: Skulpieskraal is situated 500 m from the bay.
A non refundable deposit of 50% is required to secure your booking with us.
Skulpieskraal Tented Lodge and Rooi Spinnekop Restaurant Rooms
Reviews for Skulpieskraal Tented Lodge and Rooi Spinnekop Restaurant13 guest reviews Reviews of
3.5 out of 5 stars
Geriewe voldoende en gerieflik. Skoon en netjies.Enigste puntjie was dat die restaurant toe was....vooraf is geseg dis oop en die kos lekker !Maar dis nie die ergste.Adequate and convenient facilities. Clean and neat. Only tip is that the restaurant was closed but when it opened and the food is delicious!But that's not the worst.
Very disappointed. In middle of poor residential area in Hondeklipbaai. Noise at night with parties. beggars make it feel unsafe. Not for families. No proper seafood at restaurant. Potjiekos buffet. Stew. Could have stayed at home.
Aandete was n fees - wasgeriewe kan aandag kry. Lekker om in n tent te slaap.
We had been before, but used our own rooftop tent. This time we slept in one of their tents. The first one (with a double bed) had a broken zip in front so they gave us another, 2 single beds. The perpendicular zips were fine, but the bottom horizontal never worked - we froze!! only given single duvet each. The kitchen is looking good as is very functional. The bathrooms look ok, but the water was not consistently hot. Very disappointed this time and not good value for money.
There is no words to explain how much we enjoyed the stay at Skulpieskraal. Friendly people that will go out of their way and if you are looking to relax, this is the place. The restuarant is also excellent.
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