Our luxury resort is placed in the majestic slot of land between the Overberg Mountains, the Hermanus Lagoon, and the Walker Bay Beach. Here, breathtaking sunsets are commonplace and relaxation takes new meaning. It is our hope that you would make your way to Mosaic and see what we mean. An hour or so east of Cape Town, we make the perfect South African getaway. Come stay for a weekend. See the whales. Dive with the sharks. Kayak on the Hermanus Lagoon. We have so much to offer, and our staff love to take personal care of you!
Here at Mosaic Private Sanctuary * Hermanus Lagoon, it is about more than just a resort. We want you to connect with the wildlife and with the terrain. We want you to experience adventure and relaxation like you never have before. Our location, where Overberg Mountains meet the sea, truly carries something special. Some sort of beauty that you recognize when you arrive. Come see what we mean, your dream destination awaits.
Mosaic offers two styles of accommodation, the Lagoon Lodge and 4 self-catering Cottages. The 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 views of the Overberg Mountains 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. Next, 4 lovely stone cottages are available on a different part of the reserve, surrounded by milkwood trees and fynbos gardens. Each has a unique layout and occupancy ranges from a cottage sleeping 2 guests to the largest sleeping 9 guests. All have kitchen and BBQ facilities, outdoor patios and are serviced daily.
Wherever you choose to stay, your experience will be one to remember. Cheers.
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