With the grand opening of the Pezula Resort Hotel on New Years Eve 2005 the concept of luxury has been redefined. Belonging to the renowned group Southern Sun, this truly exceptional hotel is located in the heart of the Garden Route near the picturesque town Knysna.
The estate is surrounded by unsurpassed natural beauty among the typical Fynbos vegetation, vast wetlands and pristine primeval forests. Special attention has been paid to the pledge to integrate the complex harmonically into its environment,
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a visionary decision that now contributes to the unique experience the house offers.
The Pezula Resort Hotel’s stunning position on top of Knysna Heads commands a spectacular view of the ocean. Approximately 500 kilometres east of Cape Town, Knysa Heads were first known as a landmark for sailors.
Nowadays, the luxurious resorts is almost on the greens of the championship golf course “Pezula Estate” renowned for its demanding level just as much as for the dazzling setting high on the rocky cliffs dropping down to the water far below. The enticing landscape, the championship golf course and the harmonic architecture of the hotel all combine to create a unique atmosphere radiating peace and unsurpassed extravagance.
The Pezula has often been rightly named among the finest and most exclusive accommodation Southern Africa has to offer. Two Lear jets are at the guest’s disposal for spontaneous excursions or important appointments.
A series of open-air and covered, heated and unheated pools add to the resorts amenities which are completed by a world-class spa and wellness centre spreading across more than 1000 square metres.
Those seeking further sports options will find a wide range of facilities at the nearby “Field of Dreams” sports centre with tennis and squash courts, a golf school with driving range, cricket ground and riding stables.
Having tended to the honoured guest’s wish for entertainment, the Pezula Resort Hotel overwhelms with its gourmet cuisine. The classic delicacy is the daily fresh seafood including the famous Knysna oysters, the Cape crayfish and a vast variety of fish specialities.
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