Terrible Siphokazi Phillip, South Africa
07 January 2013
I could not stay at that place. I called in on Sunday 30th as arranged. On arrival, I was taken to the suppose bedroom for my stay. To say I was shocked is an understatement, I was disgusted by the place which I was meant to stay. Firstly, the gentleman who showed me was himself not certain of the process, he kept saying I was there for one night.
I assume that the review required is an automatic standard process, as if there was any care, they would have noticed that I hardly set my foot in that place.
It is my intention to enquire from Tourism SA and EC on how the grading of such places takes place. I immediately drove home to Joburg on the day, and yes, I am safe and home.
Poor value for money thomas Guenther, Germany
07 January 2013
Stayed there just for one night. Room was so far ok, but not very clean. Breakfast at additional cost of 100 Rand was very poor. Compared to other accomodation in SA the price/performance ratio was not good.
Thanks Prof Alexis Cejas, South Africa
05 February 2012
Thanks. We enjoyed it so much. Very good place to rest! Hugs to Hetty! Very kind. Thanks. We are coming back soon!
Home-away-from-home Mary Fox, United Kingdom
16 January 2012
The welcome and hospitality provided by Hettie at Le Petite Provence is second to none. Nothing is too much trouble. The rooms are clean, views stunning and service excellent. I will definitely go back again.
Lovely stay! Louise Herr, South Africa
03 January 2011
Lovely place. Nicely decorated, lovely people, delicious food and breathtaking views.
Cintsa Gem Chris Schachtebeck, South Africa
08 April 2010
Fantastic breakfast, great food, great hosts...stunning view....
Best B&B we have ever stayed in.
Wonderful view and food Anonymous, South Africa
04 January 2010
The owners made us feel at home, the view was great, and the food varied and delicious - B&B turned out to be half-board. Walk back from the beach was a little strenuous with young kids but only took literally a few minutes by car.
Le Petite Provence Roger Williams, United Kingdom
11 February 2009
We only stayed for one night, arriving late and leaving early. The welcome was OK, but there was no food available even though their website advertises food. This was initially a problem as the one decent restaurant in the area was closed (on a Tuesday) and the other was rather grubby. However, Kobus came up with a meal which we ate in our room and for which we were very grateful. The breakfast the following morning was excellent.
Good Anonymous, South Africa
08 January 2008
Excellent food but still working on the building so was a bit nosiy in the day. No communal area which would have been nice - just the room booked and dining area.
Le Petit Provence
Le Petit Provence brings a piece of Arles and Avignon, the playground of Vincent van Gogh, to Cintsa. Enjoy the village of Cintsa by walking to the village centre, country club, beach and many other local attractions.
Breakfast is served from early morning, lingering into lunch, and then drawn out to sunset, slowly transforming the day into pastel evening colours when dinner is served, joining pallet and visual senses in symphony. The dining area invites the visitor to enjoy its warmth, where one can enjoy the view, served with a choice of excellent wines and other beverages, setting the scene for companionship.
Le Petit Provence Guest House hosts six double rooms with spectacular sea views, each one stylishly decorated with a private balcony, an en-suite bathroom and modern facilities. The guest house is designed in French Mediterranean style with a distinct rural Provence decorative interior. The rooms are spacious and attractively furnished with top quality finishes.
DStv, self-catering facilities, safes and free Internet access is provided. The lounge and dining area hosts a 10-table restaurant, a fireplace and stunning views from the verandah where a 16-arch passage provides an ambiance of grandeur and luxury. The pristine beach and lagoon of Cintsa is within walking distance. A 25 km beach walk takes you to some of the most exotic scenes of the Wild Coast.
Many hiking trails can be found in the area. Other activities include horse riding, 4x4 and quad bike trails, organized beach and ocean events, microlight flights and whale-, dolphin- and birdwatching.