Pinard on Sea

Pinard on Sea

47 Stadler Road Blouberg Beach, Bloubergstrand 7441 South Africa
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Pinard on Sea is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Bloubergstrand, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Rooms at Pinard on Sea offer a flat screen TV and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.

Room service is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. An on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Pinard on Sea, free parking is available.

When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Golden Bay Spur Steak Ranch, which is a pub that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.

Should time allow, Studio 46 is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.

Enjoy your stay in Bloubergstrand!

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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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47 Stadler Road Blouberg Beach, Bloubergstrand 7441 South Africa
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Jeannieh22 wrote a review Mar 2013
Kendal UK
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We have had the priviledge of staying at Pinard on Sea for the past 3 years and have just returned from our 4th visit there! The situation and views are second to none, Stan and Kennedy offer excellent service. I have read the review from Jen in Joburg and cannot agree with her comments at all!
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Date of stay: February 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Andrew B wrote a review Jan 2018
Salt Lake City, Utah
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Absolute phenomenal location and friendly staff. Restaurant next door was also a plus which delivers to the room. Within walking distance of many great restaurants and bars - not to mention the view across to Table Mountain.
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Date of stay: January 2018
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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christo1970 wrote a review Jan 2018
Potchefstroom, South Africa
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Amazing service with spotless rooms and an amazing view of Cape Town, the harbour and Table Mountain. The hostess really makes you feel at home and tends to your every need. The location is ideal with great restaurants on your doorstep not to mention easy beach access. Awesome!
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Date of stay: January 2018
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Marti1963 wrote a review Oct 2015
Jeffreys Bay, South Africa
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
Been there a couple of times before and always loved it. Under new management and the place deteriorated beyond believe. We booked and paid for a four night stay and on arrival found a stinky room, rotten curtains, broken blinds, poor quality bedding and a very unprofessional host. We asked to be refunded and left. Still waiting for our promised refund. New management blame the owner! What you see is not what you will get except for the wonderful view.
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Date of stay: September 2015
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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215ricardo wrote a review Feb 2017
Johannesburg, South Africa
2.0 of 5 bubbles
From the start as we arrived, we stood for at least 5 minutes ringing the bell for access, we had to end up phoning to find out where we go? The staff was unfriendly and didn't bother much. Once we arrived at our room O YES the view was amazing but the room didn't even have air con, didn't even have a Fan!?! The room we stayed in wasn't cheap, we paid R2000.00 for the night for two people so you would expect these little things to be there at least. Once settled in they started cleaning the windows down with a whose pipe and water going everywhere. I would never stay at this property again sorry! Thank goodness we only stayed one night.
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Date of stay: December 2016
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Susan J wrote a review May 2014
Cape Town
2.0 of 5 bubbles
After saving up for my husbands birthday i finally decided on Pinnard as we often lunch @ on the rocks and the rooms look awesome. After paying alot of money for one night i was a bit shocked at the state of the room.The paint was peeling off,there were holes in the ceiling and this was not at all what expected at these rates.THE best experience was the actual views - absolutely stunning,but you cannot just rely on the views - you have to have a clean well looked after room.
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Date of stay: February 2014
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from sfinley51, General Manager at Pinard on Sea
Responded 20 May 2014
Dear Susan J. It seems we did not please you and we do apologize. The three front bedrooms are up for repainting this winter season. The extreme weather conditions we face, being located right on surf line of the beach at the highest high tide, do make maintenance more of a challenge than other properties that do not share our unique location. I think you noted we are the only ones right on the beach. The ceiling holes must be referring to the decoratively capped light openings on the ceilings as we cannot find anything else that you might have been referring to in your critique. We did take out numerous lights as the front bedrooms were over-lit. Rather than re-plaster we left the openings as there are still electrical connections in the ceilings that can be used at a future date. We do understand that some of our guests do not understand the uniquely, extreme and harsh weather conditions in this spectacular location. Everything comes at a price. We maintain that our cleanliness standards are second to none as we work non-stop to continuously try to undo the work of the wind, sun and sea here on the beach. Your rating on our cleanliness was bit low. Thank you for your observations. We will continue working to maintain and improve here at Pinard on Sea Stan Finley Operations Manager 0767745945
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Jen_in_Joburg wrote a review Feb 2013
Johannesburg, South Africa
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Firstly - Let me state that I took the time to photograph all the problems I encountered with this "luxurious" establishment. I enclosed with these photographs - an 8 page document stating all the problems. This done - over 2 weeks ago. I have not had the common courtesy of a reply and feel that I do need to write an honest review if no-one else is going to do it.

No getting away from it - the view is priceless. The view however, does not make it luxurious, romantic, clean, modern or desirable. The view does not justify the rates.

We took 10 days of our annual leave to spend in Cape Town and how dissapointed we were.

1. BATHROOMS - old, dirty, dated, no cold water. Most disgusting blue plastic shower curtain with cable ties and shells. Black alge CANNOT and should not be covered with silicone. This does not work. The filthy dirty cup placed at eye level with a rancid smell has no place in this building. White slippery wall tiles in the shower - pre 1980 ! Mismatched white - old - tired towels and no soap make it most uncomfortable. White towels need extra attention and your staff have not been trained to do this correctly. While 1 ply toilet paper is good for the environment - there are surely higher quality 1 ply rolls available ? Paper that does not crumble in your hands once exposed to moisture ? Most uncomfortable - especially for women - sitting with a hand full of paper balls !!!! Infuriating !!!!

2. BEDROOMS - beds are old, worn, squeaky and linen is mismatched, pillows are not covered with pillow protectors - hence the smell of body odour keeping you awake all night. Blanket in the cupboard, needs a good washing to get rid of all hair [pubic and otherwise] from this blanket. Fitted sheets do not fit correctly. Most unluxurious and such a cheap way to make a dreary room bright again. Squeaking beds are so easy to fix and so unromantic trying to dodge the sqeaks.

3. NOISE FROM NEXT DOOR servants. In luxurious settings - servants should be seen and NOT HEARD. The staff next door start work at 7am and scream and holler between floors whilst dragging dustbins in and out. This taking place 4 foot away from your window as there is no air conditioning in 44 degree temperatures. Having asked them once to try and be quiet - for the next 9 days - almost as if on cue - they would start their performance - just for us. They tell me that it rusts and that is the reason for no air conditioning. Other hotels and B&B's charging less than you do seem to manage ?

4. KITCHEN - if you have to have cockroach bait traps - how about hiding them so that it is not that obvious that there are millions of cockroaches and other creepy crawlies in the kitchen ? The cutlery drawers are oily and dirty and had to ask the staff to wash the cutlery. The owner seems to think that self catering implies all the trash from his own kitchen that he no longer needs. Personal items and trash belong on the rubbish dump. Not in your LUXURIOUS and ROMANTIC hideaway !

GENERAL

Cleanliness - appalling ! You cannot walk barefoot as your feet get that oily, black, gritty feel. 1980's floor tiles need clean water and some bleach. Windows need to be cleaned when guests are not there. Privacy is an issue with staff cleaning the windows while you are trying to shower.

DSTV / CABLE - non existent. CNN and 4 local channels does not constitute Cable television. Locals enquire about cable as they might be following a series or sport or whatever turns them on !! Do not lie and say that you have DSTV while tryint to take a booking. Your room upstairs has full on DSTV - why would the guest suites not be able to get Cable because of the wind ? Do I look that stupid ?

WI-FI - the entire neighbourhood must have the password as I could not receive or send emails. Upgrade - your rates allow this small expense. Not good enough for leisure guests let alone business guests.

The NOISE coming from the owners unit will keep you awake all night if you are unfortunate enough to get the room below his. I mentioned this FACT and was told that the people were moving out that day. Scraping chairs and moving furniture above paying guests should be high on your list of priorites. Then to lie to a guest ? I take umbrage to being lied to and to you thinking that I am that stupid to believe you !!

Self catering is exactly that - CATERING. That does not mean take away the DSTV or the
WI-FI - or the dish washing liquid or the soap in the bathrooms. Left over soap and earbuds from your travels just dont do it for me after enquiring where the hand soap was. You are on holiday and now you have to go out and buy dishwasher, dustbin bags, soap and insect spray !! Really ?? Equip your self catering units correctly - make sure that they are absolutely spotless and then charge the correct rates. wHILE you are at it - decide what your decor theme is going to be - flea market purchases because it is cheap does not make it luxurious. You have 40 different themes going on and none of them work.

Overall - ?? We were sick for 6 days - probably due to the first night that we ate in the unit - the noise generally was disturbing and not private at all. Would never go back and tell 10 local people a day not to either.
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Date of stay: February 2013
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from sfinley51, Manager at Pinard on Sea
Responded 02 Mar 2013
To Whom It May Concern: Let me address Jen In Joberg's comments point by point. First let me relay the experience of my assistant manager upon Jen In Joberg's arrival. Before unpacking or even looking about Jen In Joberg coerced my assistant into emptying all the cupboards, washing them and washing all the dishes. We had just had all the cupboards in the kitchens washed prior to her arrival so we knew they were clean. Our business is all about cleanliness and we do work hard to make sure things are clean! Yes, our location is unsurpassed being located directly on the beach facing Table Mountain across the bay. With this location comes unusual weather and maintenance conditions that people who do not live at the sea cannot even begin to understand or even imagine. Come live with us at the beach for a year and you will love it, but you will understand this is not for the faint of heart. The wind, the salt, the sand and the sun all combine to try and return the houses here to their natural elements. We know this and constantly maintain and clean on a non-stop day by day basis. 1. I have responded to her letter via email several weeks ago. My legal advisors asked me to keep it short , simple polite as they are as disturbed by the tone of her review as I am. 2. The bathrooms are clean and were clean when Jen In Joberg arrived. Yes, there is a spot of algae. We are regrouting. The blue plastic shower curtain is now gone. We realized after Jen In Joberg's comments that no covering on the shower is necessary at all hence the problem is solved. The glass, it was not a cup, was not dirty nor rancid or smelly. We can even begin to guess what brought this comment from Jen In Joberg. Jen In Joberg does not like the tiles? Okay. There is always soap in all our bathing areas. Jen In Joberg and her husband wanted bar soap, which we got for them and gave to them. We supply liquid soap, a greener and more economical choice for us. The towels are white. We soak them in Steri Nappi or Vanish. Yes, we do this. The towels do need replacing and we have been aware of this, however they are still serviceable and in good order. I use the same toilet paper myself and have not had Jen In Joberg's experience with it disintegrating. Our conservation clients get upset when we use the luxury two ply paper as it is not good for the environment and apparently causes problems in the water sewerage treatment plants because it does not break down. 2. The bedrooms. No, the beds are not brand new. They are not worn out either, nor are they dirty. We still cannot get the beds to squeak so are unable to answer to the squeak problem. We do have pillow protectors and they should have been in place. This seems to be an error on our part and we apologize. Perhaps my nose is simply not as sensitive as Jen In Joberg's. I don't smell body odour on the pillows, simply clean fresh linen. We are unable to locate publc hairs on the blankets so we don't know where that is coming from. The sheets are the sheets we get from White House and other linen suppliers to our industry. They are quality all cotton 280 to 400 count linens. 3. Noise from the next door servants. The very kind people who live next to us do have staff. They are not always dead silent. This is not Apartheid South Africa. We will do what we can, but the property next door does not belong to us, the servants next door do not work for us and they do have rights in 2013 South Africa! The temperatures were not 44 degrees. In the ten years I have lived on the property this has never happened. I am sure there is a historical record of this at some date, but not in 2013. We do not need air-conditioning. We live right on the beach next the frigid South Atlantic Ocean. Some of our more portly guests have requested an air-conditioner as they seem to require temperatures below 20 degrees. While we wish we could supply this requirement, which would get us a five star rating by the way, we cannot justify the ongoing repair expense for approximately 5 to 15 days a year use. The house 3 houses away from us, owned by the Fiat Family, just removed their air-conditioning as they found out what we knew. The ocean here will destroy it a hurry and it is simply not necessary at the beach in Bloubergstrand. The ocean, combined with the wind does the job of keeping things cool here. 4. The Kitchen. The cockroach bait trap, which is hidden, Jen In Joberg searched it out and found it, is a preventative measure. We don't have and never have had cockroaches in the house. The picture Jen In Joberg sent me was of a wood beetle that probably came in with the firewood. The drawers were not oily when Jen In Joberg was here and they are not oily now. General: As I noted at the beginning we work our hind ends off keeping things clean here. You can always walk on our floors without getting black feet. We, however, are not about to start trying to control the wind (yes it blows stuff in namely salt and sand) nor where our guests place their, often bare feet, before returning to Pinard. We simply mop it up as always. The privacy concerning the windows and guests showering is a comment which I to this day cannot imagine how the comment was inspired. There are no windows we would be cleaning in the bathroom areas while anyone would be showering. This is a very confusing comment! DSTV/CABLE- We have it. We had it while Jen In Joberg was in residence. We carry a pretty standard hotel/guesthouse package. We get to travel and stay in many nice places around the world and cannot find anyplace that will give you all the channels in world. Let me reiterate, we have a standard package. Many of our guests bring their own DSTV decoder if they want to watch all the channels they enjoy at home. We do the same when we travel. This is standard in South Africa. We don't know why this comment was even brought up! Yes, when the wind blows here sometimes we actually cannot get reception. Again, we cannot control the weather. Jen In Joberg did not bother to relay that I went up on the roof trying to ascertain, just for her, what the problem might be. We have subsequently found out that our dish blew out of alignment and it has since been readjusted, however DSTV just took our whole system down a couple of days ago for upgrading. Our guests had to wait several hours before the signal was returned to our system. Again, this was something that is simply beyond our control. Please, don't try to make me responsible for things I am powerless to change. Multichoice is an entity all to itself, much like the Department of Home Affairs. Can anyone change that? WiFi. The entire neighborhood does not have our password. I can and do check to see who might be using the WiFI. I have discovered that our ISP, Snowball Effect, was hit by several burglaries at the time Jen In Joberg stayed with us. This resulted in a loss of capacity. I was not aware of these happenings at the time. If anyone wants to check with Snowball Effect, they are easy to find on the internet and their updates will verify what I have just said. The NOISE. Guests were in residence in the owner's quarters for the month of December and the first part of January. The only noise I am aware was the packing going on the night before the guest's departure. Jen In Joberg did relay to me the next day there was noise above her. By then the guests were gone leading me to believe the problem was gone. I actually cannot imagine why she thought I was lying. I simply do not get where many of these comments are coming from. I do know Jen In Joberg was very ill for most her stay with us. I am very sorry for that and hope she is better now. I can only imagine that her illness is in part responsible for this review. Self-Catering: Definitions seem to very from person to person. My personal experience with Self-Catering is that you are solely responsible for catering to all of your own needs: from supplying your own bathing amenities to cooking and cleaning for yourself. The official definition in the Cambridge Dictionary is: (of a holiday) having a kitchen so that you can cook meals for yourself rather than having them provided for you. This, quite honestly, (no I am not lying here either) is what we do. We come in and tidy up for our guests daily. We help with the dishes, we sweep and mop the floors. We make the beds, change the towels, and tidy the bathrooms in our self-catering units. We change the sheets as needed for the guests. We did all this for Jen In Joberg. We have dishwashing soap, there was soap in the bathrooms, dustbin bags should have been in the dustbin and we do not supply insect spray as we don't live in the tropics and there is no need for this. Our self-catering units are always absolutely spotless. The Seaview Beach Apartment was spotless when Jen In Joberg arrived and it is spotless right now. Jen In Joberg does not like our rather eclectic decor. That is fine, but this really is simply her personal taste and should not be an observation in this review. From Jen In Joberg's previous voiced and written comments to me I have discerned that she does not know about classical decor and she does not understand that we are in the wine industry with an award winning garagista cellar in Malmesbury. Much of the decor in the particular Self-Catering Beach Apartment, Seaview, where Jen In Joberg stayed reflects this. Most of guests seem truly interested as this is wine country down here in the Western Cape and the theme is appropriate for where, who and what we are. We do not accept the paring comment that we were responsible for Jen In Joberg's illness. We do not prepare or serve food to our guests especially not in the spotlessly clean Self-Catering Beach Apartments. I hope this will serve to refute much of the rather egregious comments Jen In Joberg has made about us. I found most of her comments and observations inaccurate and personally insulting to myself as well as to our staff and our establishment. We truly do not know why this review is so vindictive. P.S. The documented dates of Jen In Joberg's stay with us are: arrival 8 January to departure 18 January 2013 where she requested and we, at no charge, acquiesced to her very late departure that day. Regards, Stan Finley Manager Pinard on Sea, Luxury Neighborhood Boutique Hotel
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2114travels wrote a review Feb 2013
Bonnievale, South Africa
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed here before and hoped for the same experience. The location is great, but things seem to have deteriorated. The DSTV was not working, and after asking the manager whether he could assist with the problem, his comment was that "this is Africa, what do you expect". Hoping for a quiet lazy morning, the windows were being hosed down at 7am and we had to close the doors and curtains, as we had no privacy.

Why pay exorbitant rates, if you can't enjoy the views and have some privacy?
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Date of stay: February 2013Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from sfinley51, Manager at Pinard on Sea
Responded 07 Mar 2013
Dear 2114travels, We do apologize that you did not enjoy your stay with us at Pinard on Sea. I think you forgot to relay the part that in your instance too, I did climb up on the roof to examine the satellite dish to ascertain what the problem might be. I could not find anything amiss to the naked eye. It appears my response was to flippant and I apologize to you for that. I thought I was being funny, and I do sometimes forget others do not share my sense of humor. We did discover the dish was out of sync, from the wind which you experienced while here, and my DSTV guy from Nexus, did realign the dish and improve the signal strength considerably. I am not sure what was happening with the hose pipe at 7 A.M. I can only tell you we do have to keep things as clean as possible and when the wind is blowing as it was while you were here sand and salt and everything else get stuck to the house and get blown inside as well. Cleaning is a non-stop big operation here and we work hard to keep things spotlessly clean at all times. Again I apologize for you not enjoying your stay with us here at Pinard. Your experience is not the usual for my guests. Kind Regards, Stan Finley Manager Pinard on Sea
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Helen wrote a review Jan 2019
1.0 of 5 bubbles
On arrival we were greeted by the hosts and shown round the property which was dilapidated and tired.
They couldn’t wait to get the additional deposit out of my purse.
When they were leaving they informed me that I couldn’t use the shower or the bath because this would flood the downstairs apartment.
On further inspection we found that there were no televisions in the rooms and the cables were hanging on the walls. In the communal toilet there was a hole big enough for a man to crawl through.
There were signs up everywhere saying that this was a 2016 tourist award winner for Blouberg.
If there was an award for the most despicable accommodation in South Africa at the price point that was paid for this would’ve won the award.
One plus point was the view was amazing the rest of the experience was diabolical.
The host seemed as interested in her guests experience as much as I am interested in the price of fish. Without the smell.
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Date of stay: December 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Roxanne D wrote a review May 2018
Cape Town, South Africa
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I was disappointed. The views were amazing but all that glass meant the heat escaped at an alarming rate. The underfloor heating didn't work, there was no heater and the dstv didnt work either. My kettle was cracked and leaking and I had to ask for tea towels.
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Date of stay: April 2018
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3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Johan Vermeulen wrote a tip Nov 2019
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms are great!"
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215ricardo wrote a tip Feb 2017
Johannesburg, South Africa3 contributions4 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"No Comment"
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Berdine N wrote a tip Jan 2015
Johannesburg, South Africa206 contributions12 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Book the rooms with views - it is a must"
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Dromedaryman wrote a tip Nov 2013
Cape Town Central, South Africa62 contributions55 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for Mid-Tide or Hi-Tide if you want to wake up staring at Table Mountain across Table Bay."
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Mark H wrote a tip Aug 2013
Cape Town Central, South Africa10 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask to stay in the last room."
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PINARD ON SEA - Hotel Reviews (Bloubergstrand, South Africa)

Frequently Asked Questions about Pinard on Sea
Which popular attractions are close to Pinard on Sea?
Nearby attractions include Studio 46 (0.05 km), The Thursty Turtle (0.4 km), and Small Bay Beach (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Pinard on Sea?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Pinard on Sea?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Pinard on Sea?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Pinard on Sea?
Conveniently located restaurants include On The Rocks, Blue Peter, and Ons Huisie.
Does Pinard on Sea have airport transportation?
Yes, Pinard on Sea offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Pinard on Sea?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
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Many travellers enjoy visiting Robben Island Museum (7.9 km).
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