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Established in 1989, Hunter Hotels is family-owned and managed, with three beautiful properties situated in exquisite locations along the world-renowned Garden Route and Eastern Cape regions of South Africa. Wednesday, July 31, 2019

By Hunter Hotels
Hunter Hotels

Established in 1989, Hunter Hotels is family-owned and managed, with three beautiful properties situated in exquisite locations along the world-renowned Garden Route and Eastern Cape regions of South Africa. 

Each has its own individual signature and style while still maintaining the unmistakable golden standards of Hunter hospitality. Rich in character and designed with meticulous attention to detail, these internationally acclaimed five-star properties  — Tsala Treetop Lodge, Gorah Elephant Camp and Hunter’s Country House — are the pinnacle of unobtrusive service excellence. 

Tsala Treetop Lodge is a magical place and a lavish celebration of the spirit of Africa. Its luxurious treetop suites and villas with private rim-flow pool extend out above the treetops, providing incredible forest views towards the distant blue hills. It’s an irresistible spot for those who appreciate exclusivity and fine fare. 

Hunter’s Country House, meanwhile, is elegant, charming, family-friendly and homely. Nestled in beautiful gardens with activities aplenty, it’s a welcome break from the madding crowds. This is an ideal country home, combining a gracious elegance with sheer comfort and impeccable service with warm hospitality. Young or old, visitors’ hearts will be filled with fond memories that last a lifetime.  

Both Tsala and Hunter’s offer easy access to the region’s nature and sports activities. At Tsala, dining options include in the main dining room and Zinzi Restaurant. At Hunter’s Country House, meanwhile, there are two more options: a refined elegant dining experience at Sage, and The Conservatory, which offers a lighter bistro menu for lunches and dinners.

Gorah Elephant Camp, meanwhile, is historic, authentic, unique and beautiful. Situated in the middle of Addo Elephant National Park, it echoes the glamour and mystique of centuries past. Eleven stylish tented suites entice guests to stay sheltered under thatched canopies with private decks. The thrill of watching a herd of elephants stroll by this stately colonial manor is unforgettable. 

DON'T MISS

Big Five game drives and walking safaris, which are offered daily at Gorah Elephant Camp

NEED TO KNOW

KEY FACILITIES
• Free wi-fi throughout all properties
• Bespoke amenities
• Child policy at: Tsala Treetop Lodge, eight years and over; Gorah Elephant Camp, 12 years and over; Hunter’s Country House, all ages welcome

GET IN TOUCH

hunterhotels.com 
T: +27 44 501 1111
E: res@hunterhotels.com


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