Lodges in Agulhas
If you’re looking to immerse yourself in wild, untouched beauty characterised by infinite coastlines and dazzling plant life, then the pretty coastal towns of Struisbaai and L’Agulhas should be your next holiday destination in the Western Cape.
With the average summer day racking in 14 hours of sunshine, guests can fill the days with exciting cultural, outdoor or just plain quirky activities, before returning to the comforts of their lodge accommodation. Expect your room to have been serviced in your absence with a fresh batch towels and crisp linen that will elevate your holiday experience.
In winter, the two oceans that blend at L’Agulhas are notorious for staging dramatic storms and producing gigantic waves that can reach up to a staggering 30 meters high. It’s an epic site to behold and enjoyed from the safety and warmth of your lodge establishment.
Lodges in Struisbaai and L’Agulhas are in keeping with the natural aesthetic of epic beauty. Built from limestone and glass expect to find yourself perched upon the rugged rocks that overlook epic seas in a lodge environment that blends in perfectly with the natural landscape.
Other perks of choosing to stay at a lodge in Struisbaai and L’Agulhas include an intimate setting that only caters to a small number of guests. Others include stunning sea views to be enjoyed on a private balcony, dining areas draped in original art and serving up gourmet dinners, antique furnishings, Jacuzzi baths for the honeymooners and double, open air showers that will make you glow.
Visitors can also opt to stay in the pristine and secluded game reserve where small species of wildlife roam. The coastline is also a prime spot to see whales right off the shoreline during whale-season.
Immerse yourself is a wonderland of birdlife, diverse fynbos and the magic sea air that rises from where the Indian Ocean meets the Atlantic. Lodge accommodation in Struisbaai and L’Agulhas provides you with all the luxuries and location to have an unforgettable holiday in the Cape.Read Less