Hidden away under Chapman’s Peak, overlooking the quaint fishing village of Hout Bay, with uninterrupted views of the Atlantic, just opened luxury lodge Tintswalo Atlantic is where the monied set books time-out to play Robin Crusoe. Nestled unobtrusively between the boulders of the Atlantic Ocean’s water’s edge and the slopes of the Cape Mountain Fynbos Reserve, known worldwide for its extraordinary rich and diverse fauna and flora, no trees were removed and not so much as a branch was cut from the Milkwood trees that grace the shoreline.
Each of the 10 suites has been inspired by an island: choose the Lamu Island Suite for laid back Swahili style or if you’re feeling flush, the Presidential Suite with it’s French-country-meets-Corsica decor and uninterrupted views is suitably seductive. Guests are able to shrug off the stresses of their city lives in the lap of luxury. With a top-notch restaurant situated on the site who’d want to venture out anyway?
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