About Fairview Bed and Breakfast - The Crags
In 1980, the Rattray family bought Fairview - a 68-acre headland at The Crags between Plettenberg Bay and Nature’s Valley. It was named after its extraordinary outlook over the Keurbooms Forest and into several mountain ranges. Built by David Rattray’s parents for their retirement, it was here that David’s mother, Gillian, wrote two of her books - A Cape Country Chronicle and In a Country Garden.
The property is a 10-minute drive from whale watching at Keurbooms Beach, 10 minutes from Plettenberg Bay with its gorgeous Robberg Peninsula and spectacular golf courses, and 15 minutes from Nature’s Valley with its beautiful beach and forest walks. The Kurland and Bitou Polo fields are also close by.
We offer an ideal springboard for all the attractions of this famous coastline, but far enough away from the bustle. It is spacious, beautifully furnished, affordable and it has a lovely swimming pool in the fynbos. It is possible to have exclusive use of the entire property on request.
Wedding Venues: We offer a great wedding venue for small, intimate weddings.
Family friendly: This property is perfect for families, there is a large garden and a swimming pool. Cot and high chair are available to borrow
Romantic: Fairview has beautiful views into the mountains, have a romantic drink or dinner on the veranda overlooking this great view
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Fairview Bed and Breakfast - The Crags Map
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Things to do in and around The Crags
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Bramon Wine Estate is a boutique vineyard named after the Thorpes’ children Bram and Manon. Being the first Wine Estate this far east in the Western Cape, Bramon has broken new ground by pioneering vineyards in the Plettenberg Bay area.Producing a...
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The proprietors of Newstead Lund Family Vineyards encourage visitors to relax and linger at their authentic and intimate tasting room. Restaurant-like formalities are a no-no here, with an emphasis on seasonally inspired dishes made from scratch...
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One of the most popular and heartwarming places to visit along the Garden Route is Monkeyland. This unique sanctuary endeavors to rehabilitate and free previously caged primates into a harmonious forest environment. Entry is free – this entitles you...
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Touch, feed and walk "trunk in hand" with Africa’s gentle giants. The Elephant Sanctuary is situated outside Plettenberg Bay at The Crags, next to Monkeyland, Birds of Eden Sanctuary and around the corner from Tenikwa Wildcats Awareness Centre....