Grootbos. Comfort in the Detail.

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Grootbos‘ Forest Lodge cradles the side of the mountain from rim flow pool to wooden rafters. The milkwood forest behind it. Stone, glass and natural light abounds. There are areas to be quiet in, counters for drinks and chats, a Champagne Bar, in and outdoor dining. Wooden carvings, voluptuous couches, comfy cushions, manicured lawns, pool lounges and cool blue water. And the forever view.

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Now that’s a pool with a view.

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The lounge areas looking out towards the ocean.

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These are an Australian Protea subspecies, beautiful.

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Wooden carvings bring life to the area.

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