Experience the Chocolate Box

by Sandy Salle on August 16, 2016

The warmest welcome in Gordon’s Bay… Enjoy sundowners on the Pool Deck while admiring
awesome sunsets across False Bay. Our luxurious suites offer stunning sea and mountain
views across False Bay to Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak.

Olaf Dambrowski provokes the senses in detailed attention to hospitality.
This is evident in a plunge pool surrounded by a balau wooden deck, flanked by a copper
clad bar, embraced by hue of copper sunsets. Whether your priority is being close to the
beach or to soak up the sun, Chocolate Box got it covered!

Chocolate Box provides a welcoming sense of space and graceful interiors with an
understated elegance. The contemporary style of the public spaces is reflected in the
different room types. Offering Bed & Breakfast and Self-catering suites
We are 30 minutes away from Cape Town International Airport, 40 Minutes from the
business and leisure centres of Cape Town and minutes from the Helderberg and
Stellenbosch wine routes.

Gordon’s Bay is a sunny seaside town tucked in the shadow of the Hottentots Holland
Mountains. The climate is Mediterranean and we have some of the best beaches in the
Cape, beautiful white sand, rock pools, shallow paddling areas and calm seas.

The Chocolate Box

Our world famous Bikini Beach has been awarded Blue Flag status. The sea at Gordon’s Bay
is much warmer than you would find at other Atlantic beaches and there are a number of
excellent restaurants and bistros where you can enjoy fine seafood, wine and fresh organic
produce.

Wir sprechen Deutsch.

The Rooms:

The contemporary style of the public spaces is reflected in the different room types. Grey
dominates as the central palette.

Suite 1& 2- Sanctuaries of simple pleasure, shutters, teasing the sea view. Extra-large king size
beds, spacious showers with separate bath in both rooms. Suite 1& 2 are upstairs close the
plunge pool, sundeck and vibrant breakfast area.

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Suite 3 &4 ‘s sophisticated design make this 2-bedroom gem a very exciting new addition to
the Chocolate Box. Adorned with decadent fabrics representing a hue of the Atlantic Ocean.
This can either be sold as individual spacious rooms or as a combined unit with an
independent kitchen. Both rooms are complemented by luxurious showers and extra length
king size beds. These rooms are on the ground level, lending itself to an enticing outside
patio.

Suite 5’s dusky decadence redefines self-catering, equipped with kitchenette, shower, extra
length king size bed This suite is separate from the main building, lending itself to more
privacy

Scrumptious Breakfast, adorned with home- made treats awaits you daily.

Facilities include business station, wifi through- out the property, daily newspaper, TV with a
variety of DSTV channels, decadent cocktails, complimentary sherry, tea and coffee trays,
renowned amenities and international plugs. Only 40 minutes from Cape Town International
Airport. Airport transfers and tours can be arranged.

When it comes to great location, supreme style and comfort, the Chocolate Box is hard to
beat. Impeccable finishes abundance of light combined with all the desired creature
comforts.

Room Sizes: (square meters)
Suite I Room: 38.5
Suite I Bathroom: 11

Suite II Room: 44
Suite II Bathroom: 6.9

Suite III Room: 39.7
Suite III Bathroom 3.7

Suite IV Room: 26
Suite Iv Bathroom: 4.8

Suite V Room: 26
Suite V Bathroom: 1.8

What is there to do nearby?

  • Crystal Pools Hike,Gordon’s Bay
  • Zip line,Elgin Valley
  • Shark Diving ,Gansbaai 40 min from us
  • Whale Watching (Hermanus 35 min from us)
  • Cheetah Outreach,Somerset West
  • Penguin Colony ,Betty Bay
  • Golf Estates
  • Weekend Farmers Markets (Lourensford & Route 44)

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