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Pontac Manor

16 Zion Street Paarl 7646 South Africa
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  • Price 20 Expensive
  • Room 54 Room wasn't so nice
  • Service 61 Service was poor
  • Hotel Building 71 Lovely building
  • Hotel 53 Bad hotel
  • Grounds 100 Good hotel facilities
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Reviewed February 2011 by TEThomas
If you're looking for a romantic get-away look no further than Pontact Manor. My partner and I were lucky enough to spend Valentines Day weekend and had a wonderful time. This gorgeous old Estate house is beautifully restored and set in gorgeous gardens with easy access to the wine region. With attentive staff a classy comfortable room and a delicious breakfast we couldn't have asked for anything more!
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Reviewed September 2010 by Travelmamma
In July this year we spent a romantic weekend in the Winelands, touring - relaxing - enjoying. We stayed at Pontac Manor in Paarl, and booked on their special Time for Two package. We enjoyed luxury accommodation, a candle-lit dinner, delicious breakfast and a welcome drink. It was terrific - the staff were kind and attentive and the room we had was cosy and romantic. Excellent Value and a great stay.
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Relax and recharge your batteries at Pontac Manor!
Reviewed September 2010 by CatherineReichardt
In April 2010, we were lucky enough to spend a long weekend at gorgeous Pontac Manor in Paarl. Nestled at the base of Paarl Rock, Pontac is a gorgeous old manor house that has been tastefully and lovingly restored to its full splendour. Set amid beautiful English country style gardens complete with oak trees and resident squirrels, the hotel's atmosphere is reminiscent of a turn-of-the-centry English country house, and a delightful place to ...
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