The Edge Mountain Retreat

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 395
PRICE (unit):
from R 600
GETAWAY TYPE
Guest House
Overview
Surrounded by spectacular views and unspoilt indigenous forest, The Edge Mountain Retreat has characterful self-catering cottages and B&B Garden Rooms in 20 acres of beautiful gardens. Some of the cottages are perched on the edge of the cliff.<br /><br />Enjoy these lovely self-catering units, each equipped for a comfortable and memorable stay. The options comprise beautiful cottages and thatched rondavels fitted with comfortable beds, charming furniture and inviting fireplaces. Some units come with gorgeous views of the mountains. For those who will be staying for only a short period, the B&B rooms are an ideal accommodation choice. Each room has an en-suite bathroom and includes tea and coffee-making facilities and an assortment of complimentary snacks and refreshments.<br /><br />We offer an inviting pub and restaurant where guests can experience superb food made with mostly organic and locally sourced ingredients, with good wines to match. Feast on scrumptious breakfasts, light lunches and delicious dinners which are not to be missed. Don't forget to experience walking the acclaimed labyrinth during your stay which is located on the edge of the mountain.
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"Cherry Blossom"
04 Sep 2017
By Johan Calitz
"It was good, nothing exceptional"
"The accommodation"
23 Aug 2017
By Mirka Vojacek
"We loved every moment, all the magnificent views. The pot holes on the main road should be attended to"
"Beautiful view and romantic"
31 Jul 2017
By Jenna Pietersen
"Loved everything.Comfortable bed,great fireplace.Fresh milk would be nice instead of parmalat triangles."
"Peace and tranquility in beautiful cottage"
11 Jul 2017
By Charon Cronje
"It was a lovely, comfortable and luxurious cottage - quite spacious. Loved the fact that both rooms were en-suite. Super modern and very stylish cottage with beautiful, peaceful surroundings within walking distance to Mountain Edge Restaurant as well as the Labyrinth and the "actual edge" of the mountain!"
"A Warm Winter Welcome"
10 Jul 2017
By Margie Childs
"We enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and the professional orientation of staff. Just the right combination for a country hotel. The cosy fire, elegant cuisine, and attentive service were a delight at dinner time."
"Wonderful hosts and amazing location."
02 Jun 2017
By Lou Billett
"Loved that you can run along the mountain edge in the mornings. The coffee and breakfast was delicious. The labrynith is stunning."
"A wonderful venue to relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings"
13 May 2017
By Erwin Leibnitz
"Stargazer cottage cannot be faulted - clean , well appointed, well maintained. Your restaurant of best we have been to. Great food, well presented and reasonably priced. Staff friendly and efficient. We will certainly recommend your establishment !"
"Tranquillity!!"
02 May 2017
By Annemarie Bezuidenhoudt
"I loved everything!!!! Helpful and friendly staff!!! Clean and well kept rooms!!! And the most amazing nature views!!"
"The views. The cozy clean cottage. Friendly staff and amazing walks and lybrinth."
25 Apr 2017
By Wendy Rose
"I loved everthing. Maybe breackfast in bed otherwise I would not change anything."
"OUR STAY"
19 Jan 2017
By Paul, South Africa
"Very disappointed with the accommodation and the restaurant for the money we paid, which incidentally was the most expensive after traveling throughout SA for a month from George to Hermanus and Kleinmond, to Cape Town, to Paternoster, to Paarl, to De Rust, to Rock Cottage outside Pearston, and then to what we thought would be the highlight of our trip, The Edge Mountain Resort.The self catering unit (Firefly) had substandard utensils including badly cracked mugs, unheard of in this industry. The dish cloths were very old and grubby.The restaurant service took almost an hour to deliver when there were hardly any people there, and one meal had to be sent back as it was appalling. The units were not serviced and only if we asked for it would they come and service.Understandably it was very quiet and the restaurant was closed, I guess due to lack of clients, and the following day later in the afternoon there was no one there, not even for a hot chocolate, I guess our rates should also have been adjusted due to poor and lack of services.The place is very beautiful (Hogsback) but I guess due to the unsatisfactory experience, the adverse weather was all we needed to leave one day early sacrificing R1300.00.It would be very difficult to recommend this resort to anyone."