About Pinnacle Point Golf Lodge
Pinnacle Point Golf Lodge is situated in Mossel Bay which is a bustling holiday town and port set on the sun-washed slopes of Cape St. Blaize, overlooking the expansive bay against the blue-black backdrop of the Outeniqua Mountains.
The lodge has two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and stunning sea views. There is a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge-freezer and dishwasher, and there is a washing machine and tumble-dryer. There is a lovely open-plan lounge with a TV offering full DStv and a sleeper couch. The lounge leads onto a patio with a built-in braai area and there is a wooden deck overlooking the swimming pool.
Mossel Bay is still famous for its mussels and oysters and some of the largest catches of tunny and black marlin are made on this part of the coast. The Tunnel Cave is a 60 m passageway through the headland of Cape St. Blaize which emerges on a stretch of wild coast where the beaches are notorious for their variety of sea shells. Water sports are enormously popular and whale and seal watching, as well as scuba diving, is a way of life. Mossel Bay has wide beaches for safe swimming and the breathtaking cliffs of Cape St. Blaize’s southern shores.
Golf: Pinnacle Point is truly the most magnificent golf course you will ever play and has been voted one of the top 10 new courses in the world in 2006. You will be lost for words while you play this breathtaking layout.
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Things to do in and around Mossel Bay
(2.1 km from Mossel Bay)
View a life-sized replica of the caravel that brought master mariner and explorer Bartolomeu Dias to the shores of Mossel Bay from Portugal. Diaz is reputed to be the first European explorer to set foot on South African soil in Mossel Bay on 3...
(2.1 km from Mossel Bay)
In 1501 a letter was left in a sailor's boot up a tree near the fountain by the navigator Pedro d'Ataida. The letter contained a warning that Calicut was no long safe. Adm Jao da Nova found this letter and diverted to Malakat. This letter saved him...
(2.8 km from Mossel Bay)
Dias Beach is a long 3-km stretch of beautiful sands, part of the many beaches located in and around the Mossel Bay area. The beach is safe for swimming and there are ablution facilities, a social area and even a caravan park nearby.
(3.7 km from Mossel Bay)
Pinnacle Point Beach and Golf Estate includes two secluded beaches along the Garden Route’s spectacular coastline. Here an abundance of birds, small animals and coastal vegetation have led to a diverse biosphere. Secluded and unspoiled, Pinnacle...