About The Point Hotel
Superbly positioned on the rocks at Mossel Bay's famous St Blaize Lighthouse, 52 sea facing en-suite rooms overlooking the Indian Ocean. A huge tidal pool in front of the hotel offers safe bathing and a 15 km walking trail along the coast starts at the hotel.
A four star hotel where every room has it’s own private balconies, and will offer you the most exhilarating views.
Rooms are equipped with direct dial telephones, international plug points, TV with DStv, remote controlled ceiling fans, panel heaters, laptop safes and Wi-Fi accessibility throughout the hotel building. The units also feature a radio/alarm clock. The Hotel is paraplegic friendly and all floors are serviced with a hydraulic lift and by surveillance cameras.
The Lighthouse Restaurant and cocktail bar offers stunning sea views. It also offers a diverse a-la-carte menu specializes in Mossel Bay’s famous seafood.
The start of the St. Blaize walking trail is at The Point Hotel and will lead you on the 30 metre contour 15 km to Dana Bay. Panoramic sea views with a constant view of waves breaking on the rocks will accompany you on your five hour walk.
The Khoi-San Cave is the home of ancient inhabitants. Artifacts have been discovered that date back 80000 years or more. The St Blaize Lighthouse situated in very close proximity to The Point Hotel was erected in 1864. To date it is one of only two lighthouses on the South African coastline manned 24 hours daily.
Centrally located The Point Hotel is the perfect base for a host of activities available in Mossel Bay which include swimming, safe unspoiled beaches, natural rock pools, surfing, scuba diving and snorkeling, Deep sea fishing, rock angling, Whale and Dolphin watching, Shark Cage Diving Mossel Bay's famous Great White sharks, Seal Island trips, 18-Hole Golf Course, Horse Riding and Sailing.
The Point Hotel is an ideal home base for making day trips to surrounding areas and towns such as George/Wilderness 30 minute drive, Oudtshoorn one hours drive Cango Caves Ostrich farms Cheetah and Crocodile Farm Cheetah breeding program Klein Karoo Wine Route,and Knysna one hours drive Scenic Knysna Heads, Featherbed Ferry, Bird Watching, Forests and castle's, Monkey Land, Galleries and flea markets.
Wedding Venues: This function room has spectacular view over the sea and rocks and is also the ideal venue for private dinners and intimate weddings.
Conference Venues: The conference center caters for 80 people in cinema style and 60 people in conference style layout and 25 in Boardroom style. Standard conference equipment available.
Breakfast Policy: A full English Breakfast is R120. 00 per person and a
Continental is R110.00 per person. Children over the age of 12 years
pay full price for breakfast. Children under the age of 12 years and not
younger than two years pay half price. Children under the age of two years
do not pay.
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The Point Hotel Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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