Burrowed within the ancient milkwoods of South Africa you will find MOSAIC’s Safari Style Lagoon Lodge. Here, you will discover a place where time stands still, a place for contemplation and adventure. Our resort is located in Stanford, on the Hermanus Lagoon and Surrounded by the Overberg Mountains. We tend to think of ourselves as the Cape’s answer to a luxurious Hermanus resort and retreat.
Our Lagoon Lodge has 5 luxury safari-style suites and is fully inclusive of all meals, house beverages/wine/beer and Mosaic activities. Secluded within an ancient milkwood grove, stone and glass walls open onto gorgeous mountain views and private decks overlook the Hermanus Lagoon. Each room has beautiful soft netting surrounding a king bed, a sitting area, writing desk, fireplace and ceiling fan. The bathrooms are fitted with a large romantic tub, copper sinks and a private outdoor shower for an “African bush” experience. Twin beds can be accommodated.
Boardwalks under a canopy of trees lead to the lounge where drinks and meals are shared outdoors or by a fireplace that will warm your soul. A heated plunge pool overlooking the mountains is a favorite place to spot your favorite birds. And as evening falls, you will witness the exquisite colors of the sun setting and the glorious expanse of the star-filled South African sky.
The cuisine at Mosaic is fresh, delicious and the creative mastery of our chef, our baker, our gardener, and local producers. Breakfast is a hearty fare with freshly baked muffins, homemade jams, fresh fruit and a hot meal. Lunch can be gourmet picnic style outdoors or around blazing fires when there is a chill in the air. Sumptuous dinners are prepared by our chef and built around organic vegetables from our garden and local seasonal ingredients…and best paired with fine South African wine from our cellar!
We invite you to have a stay with us at MOSAIC, the finest Hermanus resort. Most certainly, we assure a time of adventure for the active and a time of rest for the busy.
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