Holiday Accommodation in Mossel Bay

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Ambience Guest House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Views,views,views! Sit on your balcony (or in your bed) and watch the whales and dolphins play in the waves. Let the enchantment of the ocean calm you, while you relax in our comfortable rooms with en suite bathrooms and small kitchenette. Rooms are stylishly furnished with quality linen and bath ...

Eight Bells Mountain Inn      Mossel BayHotel / Lodge
This owner operated full service hotel, set amidst magnificent scenery offers friendly country hospitality, good food, tastefully decorated rooms and a host of leisure activities including tennis, squash, bowling, swimming ppol, childrens playground walking trails and horse-riding on the 400-acre es...

Avenues Guesthouse Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Situated in the gateway to the Garden Route and above beautiful Mossel Bay, Avenues Guesthouse is a place of tranquillity. Avenues Guesthouse offers 3 comfortable and individually decorated double rooms with DSTV, one room with extra-length queensize bed, one twin room and a family unit with a ...

Lilies And Leopards B&B Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Situated in Dana Bay, a suburb of Mossel Bay, this upmarket and stylish 4-star accommodation offers you warm hospitality and breathtaking sea views right from your bedroom or balcony. Spot the dolphins in the waves. Whales can be watched from June - October, Dolphins can be seen daily. Four co...

African Manor Guesthouse Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Located at the top of a hill in the beautiful coastal town of Mossel Bay (the gateway to the world famous Garden Route), African Manor offers an unforgettable view of the town itself, the harbour and bay area with the majestic Outeniqua Mountains in the distance. We offer Bed & Breakfast and Self-ca...

Blue Whale Lodge Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Join us for a clean and comfortable stay, in a very relaxed and friendly enviroment in an old historicle stone house, built in 1860, lovingly restored to its former glory and, of course the service to match and a WHALE of a breakfast....

0verzee Guest House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Description OVERZEE GUESTHOUSE B&B Overzee guesthouse offers accommodation in a log-home overlooking the Indian Ocean. As we are situated in a nature conservation area, you can enjoy the Coastal Fynbos, Bushbuck, Cape Greybuck, mongoose and so much more. More than 85 different bird-species are co...

Cheetah House Mossel BayGuest House
Cheetah House is a Luxury African Style Guesthouse and B&B in the capital of the Garden Route, at five minutes in car from beautiful white-sand beaches, offers beautiful scenery, an exclusive, Original African Style Restaurant where you can savour our lovely and copious venison plats. Cheetah H...

Edward Charles Manor      Mossel BayGuest House
Centrally situated,affordable accommodation in Mossel Bay with superb views. 15 spacious en suite rooms. The rooms have satellite television,radio,safe, telephone,ceiling fan,hairdryer,heater and tea and coffee-making facilities. Some rooms with own bar fridge and private balcony. In the morning ge...

Bella Sombra Guest House Mossel BayGuest House
Bella Sombra is DIRECTLY ADJACENT AND WITH WALK-ON ACCESS TO THE HIGHLY ACCLAIMED MOSSEL BAY GOLF-COURSE, where you can see the sea from every tee!!!! Choose between tasteful bedrooms or a private honeymoon room with its own jacuzzi and a lovely view of the bay, garden and pool. All rooms equiped...

The Point Hotel      Mossel BayHotel / Lodge
2002 Winner in South Africa as the best Full Service Hotel, this unique property is located in one of the most spectacular settings in the Western Cape at the gateway to the Garden Route in Mossel Bay. This four star hotel offers 52 seafacing en-suite rooms each with private balconies from where yo...

3 Colours Blue Guest House Mossel BayGuest House
A River Shack Mossel BaySelf-catering
African Oceans Manor On The Beach Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Air Del Mar Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Bantry House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Bar-t-nique Mossel BaySelf-catering
Beacon Wharf Mossel BaySelf-catering
Berg And Bay Lodge Mossel BaySelf-catering
Blue Dolphin Bed and Breakfast      Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Blue Whale Lodge Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Bokmakierie Guest House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Botlierskop Game Lodge Mossel BayHotel / Lodge
Cranes Crest Guest Farm      Mossel BayGuest House
De Bakke Guest House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
De Kleine Delft Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Diaz Strand Hotel Mossel BayHotel / Lodge
Dolphin Bay Hotel      Mossel BayHotel / Lodge
Eagle's View Lodge      Mossel BayHotel / Lodge
Fraai Uitsig Guest House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Gewels Guest House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Golf Inn Guest House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Highview Lodge Mossel BayHotel / Lodge
Huis te Marquette Mossel BayGuest House
Jan Y Rina B+b Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
La Casa Mossel BaySelf-catering
La Maisonette Mossel BaySelf-catering
Leidenhuis Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Melkhoutkloof Guest House      Mossel BayGuest House
Mosselbay Guest House      Mossel BayGuest House
Paddy's Place Guest House Mossel BayGuest House
Point Village Guest House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Protea Hotel Santos Beach      Mossel BayHotel / Lodge
Richlyn's Guest House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Rivendell Country Cottages Mossel BaySelf-catering
Ruiterbosch Gallery & Guest House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Sea View Holiday Accommodation Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Skaapplaas Cottage Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
Stokkiesdraai Mossel BayBed & Breakfast
The Green Door Guest House Mossel BayBed & Breakfast

Mossel Bay
Halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth in the heart of the famous Garden Route, nestles the seaside town of Mossel Bay. A bustling holiday resort in summer and the ideal retreat in winter, it is situated on a spectacular sunwashed peninsula embraced by the warm Indian Ocean. Also called the "Karoo-by-the-Sea town", Mossel Bay features in the Guiness Book of Records as having the mildest all-year climate in the world, second only to Hawaii. But it's the fascinating history of Mossel Bay which grants the town its status as the historical capital of the Garden Route and one of the most significant towns in South Africa.

The first meeting ever between inhabitants of Europe and Africa on Southern African soil occurred at Mossel Bay in 1488 when Bartolomeu Dias set foot ashore and encountered the ancient Khoi-San people.

The first trading between inhabitants of Europe and Africa on Southern African soil occurred at Mossel Bay when Vasco da Gama anchored in 1497 and successfully traded with the local Khoi-San tribe.

The first Post Office on Southern African soil was founded at Mossel Bay when in 1500, Pedro de Ataide left a letter of importance in a shoe under a large milkwood tree. Mail are still posted at the ancient Post Office - today a national monument.
The first place of Christian worship and erection of a Chapel on Southern African soil took place at Mossel Bay in 1501 when Joao da Nova erected a small stone prayer chapel dedicated to St Blaize.

Today, the mystery and romance of ancient folk and explorers is on display at the impressive Bartolomeu Dias Museum Complex, as well as reflected by the architectural styles, well preserved old stone buildings and various historical routes through town.

In addition to this, sun-drenched, north facing beaches, outstanding coastal cuisine and the only working harbour for commercial as well as leisure craft in the Garden Route, makes Mossel Bay a veritable mecca for outdoor enthusiasts in search of a Mediterranean type climate and lifestyle. Come, take a tour through this unique town with us - and explore endless horizons!
Scenic Walk
Arts & Crafts Route

Mossel Bay Seal Island
This island is about 2km from the Harbour and is about l00m long and 50m wide. The Sea Fisheries Department controls the Island and count the seal population from the air at regular intervals. At present there are some 4500 to 5000 seals on the island. No culling is done on this Island any more as the population remains fairly stable due to adult seals moving away to join new colonies.

Usual movement is to the West Coast where there is plentiful food. Porpoises are regularly seen in the Bay when they move in long schools past the Point, in mid-afternoon. The fisherman used to make a fishy tasting biltong (dried strips of meat, like American jerky) from their flesh but this is illegal nowadays.

Mossel Bay Tourism Office:
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Box 25, Mossel Bay, 6500
Tel: +27 (44) 691 2202