The 12 Apostles Hotel is set on the stretch of coastal road between Camps Bay and Llandudno. The uninterrupted view of the Atlantic Ocean is an intoxicating draw, as is the warmth I felt from the moment of welcome when I attended Horst’s Table Of Friendship lunch there last week.

I decided to return to see more of the property and was offered a tour which started at the Spa and ended at the incredible Presidential Suite.

The above photos show: The Hotel with the 12 Apostles Mountains as a backdrop. The deck with a view towards the Atlantic Ocean and the iconic Lion’s Head. The conservatory. The wedding and function venue. Signage to the Heli-Port, if you’d prefer an air transfer to the V&A Waterfront. Paths leading up into the mountain and the picnic spots. The chef’s garden. Some of beautiful flowers on display throughout.

Oh, and everybody working here wears a red carnation, and a big smile. Its lovely. See Red Carnation for more about the other properties in the Tollman’s group.

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