Stay 3 Pay 2 in the Cape

Last Word Constantia

1 April – 20 December 2011
An exciting offer of staying for 2 nights and getting your 3rd night free.
This offer includes accommodation in the most luxurious rooms available and breakfasts made to your liking.
Applicable at The Last Word Bishopscourt, The Last Word Franschhoek, The Last Word Constantia and The Last Word Long Beach.
Value-Add Includes a wonderful warm turndown at night with candles and little surprises, complimentary pre-dinner drinks and snacks in the privacy of your room or lounge area, upgrade of room type on arrival (subject to availability) and shuttle service within 5km radius of property.

The Bishops Court

The Last Word Bishopscourt is situated in what is arguably Cape Town’s most beautiful and prestigious suburb, so close to Table Mountain, you’ll want to reach out and touch it.
The leafy suburb of Bishopscourt with quiet oak lined streets is home to the most gracious of properties. The 5 star intimate hotel is right on the doorstep of the world famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and is a stones throw from the famous Cavendish Square shopping mall. Idyllic and secure, this luxurious intimate hotel offers great comfort, peace and privacy. Five en-suite rooms have stunning mountain views and overlook luscious tranquil gardens, as does the Caribbean style breakfast deck and lounge.

The Franschhoek

The Last Word Franschhoek is an exclusive five star historic residence in the heart of Franschhoek village, the gourmet capital of South Africa. It’s only a minute’s walk from the many excellent award-winning restaurants and numerous character-filled boutique style shops and art galleries. The magnificent Franschhoek valley offers world-class wine estates, tastings and cellar tours nestled between towering mountains and beautiful vineyards and the picturesque traditional French village hosts some of the best cuisine from internationally recognized gourmet chefs. Of South Africa’s top ten restaurants, three are in Franschhoek and there is a choice of more than 30 different places to wine and dine.

The Last Word Constantia is situated in the Cape’s oldest and most beautiful wine valley, and close to seven of South Africa’s top wine estates and many internationally celebrated restaurants.
The five star boutique hotel is in a most exclusive area just one minute’s drive from the chic Constantia Mall’s fashionable shops and restaurants. An easy approach to freeways gives guests superb access to all the Cape’s scenic delights, from Simons Town and the False Bay beaches to the City Centre, Waterfront and beyond. Golf lovers will be spoilt for choice with championship golf courses situated a stone’s throw away.

Long Beach

The Last Word Long Beach is right on the beach in the picturesque lobster-fishing village of Kommetjie, a short 30 minute drive from Cape Town. The eight kilometers of fine white powdered sand set against a backdrop of the most stunning sea views offers Cape Town’s most romantic hideaway, one of just a handful of places where the sea is on your doorstep. It is an unspoilt paradise in which to walk, ride horses, surf or simply laze in the sun. From the inviting pool or your private deck you can watch whales frolic a hundred meters off shore and in season, you can catch your own lobster and request it for dinner. Kommetjie is one of the premier surfing and marine birding hotspots in South Africa and has the country’s tallest cast iron lighthouse open to the public. The 5 star intimate hotel has six ultra luxurious rooms all with stylishly comfortable interiors and private patios. Each spectacularly appointed room faces the sea – as do the bathrooms!

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