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Posted on: Monday, 6 July 2009

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Shelley Point Hotel

Shelley Point Hotel

Shelley Point Hotel, Spa & Country Club is nestled between the silvery white sands of lush green Peninsula Village of Shelley Point, on the Western Cape coastline, approximately 90 minutes from Cape Town. Shelly Point’s perfect location allows it to receive the best features of the Cape’s Mediterranean climate.

Shelley Point is a marine reserve. Each new day brings close encounters with nature; crayfish, abalone, mussels, dolphins, cormorants and the rare oystercatcher and is one of the most popular bays for Southern Right Whales and Humpback whales to visit and calve.

With its unique, desalinated water fed, nine hole golf course, West coast appeal Wellness and Spa, and in keeping with its “kids always welcome” attitude, by virtue of a fully fledged supervised crèche and teens centre, the Shelley Point Hotel is an understated “Jewel of the West Coast”.

Shelley Point Hotel

Shelley Point Hotel

The Hotel has 44 en-suite rooms. You can choose between a tastefully decorated and spacious Studio Suite, Mezzanine Suite with loft bedroom, or a private Garden Suite. All Suites enjoy the privacy, space and comfort of a lounge, kitchenette and designer bathroom.

Discerning dining, in service of a comfortable and practical breakfast buffet, light “club styled” lunches and the ambiance of a delightful candle light dinner, the memory of your stay can only be encapsulated by the tranquility of the peninsula where we can promise on our sunny, un spoilt days, the unique opportunity of both a sunrise and sunset over our tranquil Atlantic Ocean.

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