Positioned on 613 hectares in the magnificent Garden Route and only 7km from George, Fancourt is truly South Africa’s premier lifestyle estate with mountains, indigenous forests and the warm Indian Ocean in close proximity.
Accommodation and Facilities:
Fancourt Hotel with 115 guest rooms and Fancourt’s original homestead, built in 1859, now finds itself rejuvenated as the new luxury boutique hotel “the Manor House at Fancourt” with eighteen luxurious suites.
Guests are truly spoilt for choice with four restaurants, Spa with Roman bath, four tennis courts, three 18-hole Gary Player designed golf courses, golf academy, conference centre and leisure centre consisting of an indoor heated family pool, outdoor pool, gymnasium, kids and teen facilities and cinema. Outdoor lovers can enjoy walking trails, cycling and bird watching.
Conferencing facilities are equipped with modern audio-visual and computer equipment and offer full business services including video conferencing. With 400-seater ballroom, boardroom and numerous breakaway rooms, Fancourt provides you with many venue options to cater for your specific needs be it a small meeting, a gala dinner or even your wedding.
Wining and Dining
Fancourt is home to a number of signature restaurants, each with its own design flair and exceptional culinary offering. Whether a family-friendly eatery or a more exclusive dining experience is in order, Fancourt has it covered.
La Cantina offers a more relaxed Italian eatery vibe, and a buffet breakfast is served here every morning.
At night the pizza oven gets fired up, and mouth watering pizza’s and pasta’s literally pour out of the kitchen. The young Italian chef’s in charge are as passionate as any Italian you could possibly meet. Boasting it’s own onsite butchery, the platters of home made meats and cold cuts on display were beyond belief, and fresh and delicious.
Monet’s cafe bistro offers an alternative breakfast venue, in a light and airy room with amazing views over the rolling greens of the Outeniqua golf course and framed by the breath taking Outeniqua mountains. They are open for light lunches and snacks during the day, but are not open at night. They sell homemade breads, preserves and other yummy produce to take home as a memento of your stay.
The Club Lounge and Bar is the place to meet for a drink and a snack after a full 18 holes, and a chance to indulge in some American style food. The members only lounge opens up off of the main lounge, but is open to Fancourt Members only. A great view over the 18th green of The Montagu golf course is the customary end point after a good game, and the deck area is pretty busy throughout the day.
Henry White’s is the fine dining restaurant is situated at The Manor House and is certainly the gastronomic flagship of Fancourt. Seating only about 50 guests, the crisp white linens and old world ambiance is something to be experienced. The service is beyond compare, with no attention to detail spared from the table setting to the menu, a dining experience beyond compare.
Internationally recognised as one of the world’s top 10 golf resorts, Fancourt has a choice of three Gary Player designed golf courses all ranked in the Top 20 in South Africa as well as a Golf Academy, and just down the road, the prestigious Links Golf Club is currently the number one golf course in South Africa, and number 43 in the world’s top 100.
Fancourt’s reputation is internationally esteemed after being singled out among the world’s ten best golf resorts on CCNGO, the online travel hub of Cable Network News (CNN). Fancourt is a sought-after golfing and event playground, after hosting the Presidents Cup in 2003, Nelson Mandela’s 46664 concert in 2005, Japan’s football team for the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the 2012 Volvo Golf.
Consider Fancourt for your next golfing trip, leisure trip or get away or incentive travel destination.
Contact: +27  804 0000 or email@example.com
Address: Montagu Street, Blanco George, South Africa