History of Gordon’s Bay

History of Gordon’s Bay

Short history of Gordon’s Bay Named after Colonel Robert Jacob Gordon of the Dutch East India Company. The San, probably the first human inhabitants of the south-western Cape, were joined there in the first millennium by the Khoikhoi. They were a herding people, who...
Stay, Taste and Explore Gordon’s Bay

Stay, Taste and Explore Gordon’s Bay

Gordon’s Bay offers sunny, white sandy beaches lined with quaint seaside restaurants or shady milkwood trees. It has an authentic, relaxing South African atmosphere and the most spectacular sunsets! Our beachfront has some charming shops, the most famous of which is...
Gordon’s Bay – Heart of Cape Golf

Gordon’s Bay – Heart of Cape Golf

South Africa is recognised internationally as a “Favoured Golf Destination”. Gordon’s Bay, with two 18 hole Championship Courses within a fifteen minute drive (no pun intended!), five more within 30 minutes, and a further seventeen more within one...
Ideal seaside holiday destination in the Cape

Ideal seaside holiday destination in the Cape

Are you searching for a central location close to Cape Town – a guest house close to the Wine Farms, or a Bed and Breakfast close to the Garden Route or holiday accommodation on the Whale Route – where you can be based close to Cape Town airport, yet you can...
Gordon’s Bay – Heart of the Cape!

Gordon’s Bay – Heart of the Cape!

Gordon’s Bay is centrally located close to Cape Town, Stellenbosch, Hermanus. Heart of the Cape, at least 40 things to do within 40km! Exploring the Cape and you don’t like packing and unpacking every day to see another destination? Stay in one of the many...
Gordon’s Bay Winter Wonderland Festival

Gordon’s Bay Winter Wonderland Festival

During the Cape midwinter the scenic seaside village of Gordon’s Bay erupts into a fairyland of lights and friendly activity with the Winter Wonderland Festival of lights.  Come visit us in gorgeous Gordon’s Bay for some days of fun, fresh air, good food, lovely...