About Milkwood Manor on Sea
With direct access to the beach, lagoon and ocean, Milkwood Manor on Sea offers guests a unique location and experience. Most of the 12 en-suite bedrooms in this delightful Georgian-styled 4 Star guest house have a private balconies and exquisite, uninterrupted beach, lagoon and sea views. Breakfast, on the terrace of the popular and award winning, on-site Lemon Grass Restaurant is a highlight of the day as guests enjoy the panoramic view across the lagoon to the beach, sparkling ocean and Tsitsikamma Mountains. What a way to start a day in paradise.All the en-suite bedrooms have a shower, while some have a bath and a shower. Some of the rooms have an extra-large double bed and some have twin beds. All rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, hospitality DStv, a hairdryer, a heater as well as a fan and an electronic safe. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the Manor. The webcam panning 180 degrees is a popular feature allowing guests to show their family and friends the amazing views they’re enjoying. With two lounges, one at ground floor level and one upstairs there is ample space for relaxation. Children eight years and older are welcome.The rates include a full English and Continental breakfast served exclusively to the Manor’s guests on the terrace of the LemonGrass restaurant.Although on the beach, Milkwood Manor on Sea is close to the town centre with its trendy shops and many restaurants. The Manor also has quick and easy access to the N2 for those guests wishing to explore the many activities and attractions of the area. Guests will never be at a loss to fill their days as every guest is given the personal attention of the staff who will help them to take the best advantage of all there is to see and do in Plettenberg Bay and the surrounding areas.The LemonGrass restaurant is a delightful and popular wedding venue for small to medium size functions.
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