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Leisure Rentals are the preferred accommodation providers at Pinnacle Point Estate!


Pinnacle Point Estate offers the travel guru, investor, modern family and serious golfer the ideal break-away destination.

Set on a cliff-side overlooking the Indian Ocean, the spectacular golf course and expansive Estate, with unsurpassed views and tranquility, helps you live the lifestyle whether it be for a day, a week or a lifetime.

A mere 400 km from both Port Elizabeth and Cape Town, and just half an hour’s drive from George Airport, Pinnacle Point Estate is in the middle of everything that the Garden Route has to offer.

Local and international visitors can enjoy a number of recently renovated on-site features, including a fitness centre (gym), children’s entertainment area, professionally-managed wellness centre (Spa), Clubhouse restaurant and bar, conference and function venue, golden beaches and the historically important Pinnacle Point Caves. Pinnacle Point is not just an estate, but a lifestyle destination.

With world class facilities on offer we look forward to welcoming visitors 7 days a week, 365 days a year… everyone is welcome!


Mossel Bay, conveniently located halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, is home to South Africa’s smallest commercial port and is regarded as the gateway to the legendary Garden Route. Some of the main attractions in and around the area include: popular surf spots & beaches, a wide variety of indigenous flora & fauna, the impressive endless mountain ranges and some of the countries top private game reserves… not to mention the Point of Human Origin aka The Pinnacle Point Caves.

In search of a sea route to India a fleet, commanded by the Portuguese Bartolomeu Diaz, reached this sheltered bay for the first time in 1488 and named it Aguada de Sᾶo Bras (Watering place of St Blaize). The name remained on the charts for a number of centuries and is still to be found in Cape St Blaize, which is located at the eastern end of the town centre. The coast here was subsequently an important re-supply centre for ships sailing from Europe to India and at the beginning of the 17th century, the name was changed to Mossel Bay.

Mossel Bay has many tranquil sandy beaches and many attractive leisure opportunities but has nevertheless remained a quiet holiday location, which makes it an appealing, family friendly holiday destination.