Relaxing Sanctuary in The Middle of South Africa’s Cape Winelands
When you travel to the Angala Boutique Hotel & Guest House in South Africa you will find that it is certainly off-the-grid, just the way visitors like it. It is situated high above the wine regions of Franschhoek and Paarl, South Africa, overlooking wine vineyards as far as your eyes can see. The views are spectacular from every angle. Once you reach Angala, you will notice the intoxicating smell of nature in the air. Inevitably, you feel compelled to close your eyes to take in the natural aromas that surround you. You open your eyes in disbelief of having arrived somewhere so beautiful and serene. Angala may be far from what you expected.
It is beyond imagination, a modern, contemporary hotel surrounded by the natural beauty of South Africa. The hotel is ideal for anyone who needs to decompress from a hectic lifestyle. If you are seeking peace and tranquility, do yourself a favor by spending time at the Angala Boutique Hotel and Guest House in South Africa’s Cape Winelands.
The property is perfectly landscaped and manicured, giving you the feeling of being in a park, which makes it the perfect place to get lost in your thoughts. The beautiful outdoor lounge area, with its lovely outdoor fireplace, is a focal point of the property even when the fireplace isn’t lit. It has a mix of natural elements and modern décor that makes it fresh and inviting. Every inch of Angala is more beautiful than the next. Your travel experience is sure to be nothing short of breathtaking.
Angala Boutique Hotel & Guest House certainly lives up to its 5-star rating. It is small and intimate with only 11 rooms and suites. Guests can select from six different types of rooms, one of which is the River Cottage/Honeymoon Suite, offering the level of seclusion that is appreciated by most honeymooners. It even has a private pool, you don’t have to interact with the hotel guests unless you choose to. Select rooms and suites come with a private veranda and garden, separate lounge, fireplace, sleeper sofa and outdoor showers. Every room comes with a fully-stocked, complimentary mini bar, Nespresso coffee machine, complimentary WI-FI and air-conditioning. The suites with the private veranda and secluded garden feel more like a rustic cottage, with enormous bathrooms and private outdoor lounging areas. Every room provides the same warm and inviting atmosphere.
Angala Boutique Hotel & Guest House has two lovely eco pools with a natural filtering system that flows from surrounding rivers, streams and ponds. Guests are also welcomed to enjoy themselves in the rejuvenating sauna and steam room, to provide total relaxation. Perhaps you would prefer sitting in the hotels steam room to unwind. If you prefer the water to unwind, soak in the hotels solar heated pool. Hydrotherapy heals more than just your aches and pains, it helps you relax. Whatever you choose to do when you travel here, you will be able to truly relax while enjoying the unspoiled beauty surrounding you. Angala Boutique Hotel & Guest House has all that you could want and need for a truly relaxing experience.
Also included in your stay is an a la carte breakfast, complimentary transfers into the Franschhoek Village, along with a complimentary wine tasting at Vrede en Lust Wine Estate.
At Angala in South Africa, they go above and beyond to make sure you get the most out of your time spent with them. You’ll leave feeling completely rejuvenated.
About The Author:
Travel Writer/Luxury Boutique Hotel Specialist
Dawn Wilson is a Travel Writer and Luxury Boutique Hotel Specialist. As the owner of Unique Boutique Hotels, she writes about the boutique hotels with the highest guest approval ratings. She has also written for several digital lifestyle magazines, which include, the Miami Shoot Magazine. Her love of travel, art, and design led her to become a travel writer who focuses on luxury lifestyle experiences. She recently began exploring more international boutique hotels & resorts and is excited to share her recent discoveries. Dawn splits her time between the U.S. and South Africa.