Celebrate life at the lifestyle estate Fancourt

Situated in the lush countryside in South Africa’s exquisite Garden Route, award-winning Fancourt was established in 1859 when engineer Henry Fancourt White built a simple farmhouse called Blanco House.  Today, the estate spans over 600 hectares and has two accommodation offerings, Fancourt Hotel and The Manor House, and is an internationally recognised property having hosted the Presidents Cup 2003 and Nelson Mandela’s 46664 Concert in 2005.

Outdoor enthusiasts will thoroughly enjoy Fancourt’s three Gary Player-designed golf courses, tennis courts, swimming pools, and outdoor trails.  Mountain biking, horse riding, and hikes can also be arranged.  A short drive down the road and guests can soak up the sun on glorious swimming beaches, explore geographical landmarks and indigenous forests, meander through quaint coastal towns and witness Africa’s magnificent wildlife at play in natural surrounds.

George enjoys the second-most temperate climate in the world, which makes Fancourt the perfect leisure destination all year-round.

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