As the name suggests, Anlin Beach House is a mere 100 metre walk to the stunning and unspoilt Robberg Beach. With its warm and inviting atmosphere, this popular B&B and self-catering accommodation is the perfect place to unwind in Plettenberg Bay.
Periwinkle Guest Lodge
The lodge's interior is decorated in a sophisticated nautical theme that's in keeping with the property's seaside surroundings, with a soft colour scheme of relaxing neutrals accented with tranquil blues and pale greens. The spacious veranda and sparkling infinity pool boast wonderful uninterrupted views of the Robberg Peninsula stretching to the Tsitsikamma Mountains. The property offers a number of open plan communal areas that are filled with natural light, high end furnishings and plush, inviting sitting areas, creating the perfect setting for relaxation and socialising at the end of a busy day.
Speak to someone
who's been there
- 01993 838 550
- Make an enquiry
The guest rooms offer spacious, comfortable seaside accommodation. Each one is light and airy, featuring twin beds that can be converted into a king size bed, and all but one boast private balconies to enjoy spectacular views of the ocean. Rooms also provide en suite bathrooms, tea/coffee making facilities, TVs, hairdryers, heated towel rails and a beach bag for your use. Some rooms, additionally, have underfloor heating and fireplaces.
Periwinkle is situated in a quiet residential suburb, a short stroll from the golden sands of Robberg Beach, which culminates with Robberg Nature Reserve’s enormous seal colony. It's also within easy reach of all that the Plettenberg Bay area has to offer, making this an ideal location to stop and explore whilst travelling the Garden Route.
Food and drink
You'll be greeted each morning with a continental cold breakfast selection and cooked to order hot breakfast options prepared by the talented in-house chef. Each day you can enjoy complimentary afternoon tea with house wine, snacks and cakes. The friendly staff are happy to assist you with recommendations or reservations in and around Plettenberg Bay, where the diversity of restaurants is sure to delight even the most discerning foodies.
Though the property does allow children, the rooms with balconies would not be suitable.
This is a beautifully located option for those celebrating a romantic honeymoon or anniversary.
Facilities and activities
Facilities at the lodge include a gym, sauna, spa and infinity pool. Guests can also make the most of having walkable beach access.
Periwinkle describes itself as 'a little piece of paradise', and we have to agree. We suggest exploring the exciting Plettenberg Bay area then retreating to Periwinkle to enjoy the stunning views and warm hospitality.
Places & hotels on the map
Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Nestled along South Africa’s Garden Route and a short drive away from Plettenberg Bay, Emily Moon River Lodge is situated within the Vlei (wetlands), above the Bitou River. The lodge is set amongst beautiful and tranquil surroundings.
Situated in the heart of South Africa’s Garden Route, just 20 minutes from Plettenberg Bay, Hog Hollow Country Lodge offers wonderful scenic views. It is set among lush indigenous forest, surrounded by trails, with the Tsitsikamma Mountains in the distance.
Hunter's has all the refined exclusivity of an English country house, but set amidst beautiful African flowers and trees in the heart of the Garden Route.
Kurland is famous for helping to bring polo to South Africa, and attracts international polo teams from around the world during the short season.
Located between the unspoiled beaches of Plettenberg Bay and the Knysna estuary, this gorgeous country estate is a luxurious place to rest and recharge along the fabled Garden Route.
The Old Rectory’s story dates back to 1777, when it was used by the Anglican church. Restored in 1939, it has since been renovated and brought into the modern world, though touches of its heritage remain.
The Plettenberg is one of the most luxurious options on the Garden Route. An elegant hotel with a wonderful colonial feel, it's situated on a rocky headland overlooking Plettenberg Bay. This is a hotel that really merits its great reputation.
The wonderful setting amidst the tree tops, the fantastic rooms with their lovely African décor and the overall standards of comfort and service make this one of the best, and most interesting, places to stay on the Garden Route.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Sailing & Sea Kayaking
Sailing & Sea Kayaking
Sailing & Sea Kayaking
There are a few outfits that offer sailing trips into Plettenberg Bay as well as sea kayaking. Apart from spectacular offshore coastal scenery, it is very likely that at some stage, a close encounter with the marine animals will occur so you can get very close to them.View details