Plett Quater Hotel, 2 nights from R7 540 pps - self drive

Garden Route

Travel Dates
Valid for travel between 01 September to 19 December 2024.

R7540 pps

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The Experience

Plett Quarter's central location allows guests easy access to all the main attractions that this charming town has to offer. Stroll out of our front door to the many cafes, restaurants and shops that surround the hotel. If you feel like walking off your breakfast and enjoying a beach stroll, Plett's popular swimming beach, Central Beach, is only a one-kilometre walk away - but be warned, it is down a very steep hill.

Nestled inside is a gorgeous restaurant open to the public that embraces street-facing cafe culture, with brilliant coffee and smoothies, fresh breakfasts, seasonal lunches, popular dinners and an extensive beverage list. However, the hotels' most popular destinations remain exclusive for guests. The expansive rooftop deck and pool bar on the top floor enjoy panoramic views of the Indian Ocean stretching out over Formosa ('beautiful') Bay, where whales are often spotted and watersports abound.

What's Included

Two nights' accommodation in a luxury suite Daily breakfast

** Valid for SA residents only. Excludes flights, transfers, meals and drinks not specified, and anything of a personal nature not mentioned above. Prices start from the advertised price and are based on a per-person rate, sharing a double room, unless otherwise stated. Advanced purchases, peak season surcharges, block-out periods and minimum stay conditions may apply. Prices are subject to change due to airfare increases, currency fluctuations, and availability. Terms and Conditions apply.


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