|Glen Craig is a perfect place for a group to meet for training, seminars and conferences.|
We have a tranquil, relaxed atmosphere in a magnificent location on twenty six acres in the picturesque Kogelberg Biosphere which is Cape Nature Conservation's prettiest reserve with its exceptional quality of pristine fynbos.
Wake up to the crisp clean sea air in an area where spectacular mountains, an ever changing ocean, sun and sky meet.
ALL THIS BEAUTY, NATURE AND FINE ACCOMMODATION IS ONLY AN HOUR AWAY FROM CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT!
Personalised service and attention to detail are the essence of our philosophy, blending good traditional South African hospitality with international standards to make Glen Craig a perfect venue.
Attractions / Things to do
|Visit the quaint village of Pringle Bay where you might be lucky to encounter our baboons paying our local residents a visit. You will find Restaurants, Coffee Bistro’s and interesting unusual little shops.|
Do you know that the famous red Crocs Sandals originate from Pringle Bay?
Spot the double story “straw” house on the left hand side of Main (Hangklip) road and the two “Igloo” houses.
Visit the famous Tickle Mouse Biscuit Factory in the village.
Go hiking in Brodie Link Reserve.
Visit Hangklip and the lighthouse.
Swim at the safe Beach and Lagoon!
Watch our giant visitors, the whales from Antarctica from June till November.
Visit Stony Point, the Penguin Colony in Betty’s Bay.
Order your Glen Craig picnic basket and visit the Harold Porter National Botanical Gardens in Betty’s Bay. Enquire about their open-air sunset concerts.
The main Tourist Bureau in Harbour Road, Kleinmond is worth a visit. They have very good displays of our Fynbos besides lots of information on our area. Here you will find out how to see the wild horses of Kleinmond.
|Services / Facilities|
|There is a Lapa catering for large groups, Weddings and Functions. Barbeques can be enjoyed. Requests for custom made menu's are enthusiastically recieved by Peggy, our Cordon Bleu Chef for Weddings and Functions.|
Experience the unsurpassed views and beautiful sunsets from the wide veranda, or from the lounge. Look across False Bay to Cape Point while sipping your sundowners. Enjoy afternoon tea on our cosy veranda in the winter months. Relax in front of the roaring log fire in the colonial style lounge or traditional pub while enjoying our gracious hospitality.
Glen Craig has a telescope to allow guests to experience the novelty of a vast unpolluted night sky.
Power back up is provided by a generator and emergency battery powered lights in all the rooms.A three quarter size soccer field and a dam are also available on the property for team building activities.
Dine beneath crystal chandeliers in our elegant dining room. Our Cordon Bleu Chef, Peggy Smith enjoys producing gastronomic meals. Breakfast is a full traditional mouth watering buffet. The honey we serve is from Glen Craig.
We can seat 80 guests comfortably in the large thatched Lapa. It has roll down sides for inclement weather and fitted with an audio system for soft background music.
The Lapa is set between old Camphor trees, and has a big log fire for ambience in the evenings and / or provide our guests with a great barbeque.
Join us in our fully licensed, well stocked, private pub.
Sharing: R 550.00 pp: This includes accommodation, a full traditional South African breakfast and wireless internet access.
Single: R 650.00 pp: This includes accommodation, a full traditional South African breakfast and wireless internet access.
FULL DAY CONFERENCE: R 250.00 pp
HALF DAY CONFERENCE: R 200.00 pp
Both packages include tea breaks, lunch and the use of equipment.
We cater for any occasion, weddings, private functions and dinners for groups. We have a variety menu's to choose from!
|Take the N2 from Cape Town towards Sir Lowry’s Pass. |
After passing through Somerset West, turn right off the N2 at the R44 to Gordons Bay and Kleinmond.
Turn left at the T-junction in Gordons Bay and continue on the R44 looking down onto Gordons Bay harbour as you join the scenic coastal Clarence Drive.
Pass through the village of RooiEls and at the Pringle Bay / Hang Klip sign, turn left off the R44 onto a short section of gravel road and left again taking you to the entrance of Glen Craig.