Ocean Beauty Boutique Hotel

A small luxury 4-star boutique hotel of a contemporary concept- with only 9 rooms- of which 2 are deluxe rooms of 30m and the rest are junior suites of 50m large- located on a nice beach- Pereybere- only 2 kms from Grand Baie. For the romantic hip chic guests and honeymooners. Enjoy a heavenly 5 course dinner on the beach along with our solo guitarist. Be pampered with daily gourmet breakfast- room serviced or better on the beach where no more than two tables are set. Listen to the underwater music from our signature infinity pool. Admire the sunset on a private boat just with your other half. Indulge. Live the moment. It only happens at hip chic Ocean Beauty. Guests staying 7 nights or more will receive our luxury Celebrate Love at First Sight package as complimentary The property is located 2.00 km N of MRU-MAURITIUSLocated on a nice beach-Pereybere-only 1 mi from Grand Baie

Amenities - Ocean Beauty Boutique Hotel
Swimming pool
24-hour front desk
All public areas non-smoking
Baby sitting
Business center
Laundry service
Room service
Safe deposit box
Cable television
Coffee/Tea maker

Policies - Ocean Beauty Boutique Hotel
Check-in: 15:00:00
Check-out: 12:00:00
Cxl 3 weeks pr to avoid full stay incl tax. No-show-full stay incl tax. SEASONAL POLICY-Valid 20 Dec-03 Jan. Cxl 1 month pr avoid full stay incl tax. No-show -full stay incl tax. Exceptions may apply during holidays special events or conventions.

Nearby Attractions - Ocean Beauty Boutique Hotel
No Meeting Facilities On Site
Cuisine-Seafood-modern with French touch. Hours of Operation Breakfast-07.30-11.30/ Lunch-12.00-14.00/ Dinner-19.30-23.00. Dress Code-Casual. Description-dinner is on the beach where limited tables are set- reservations required
Cuisine-Seafood-modern with French touch. Hours of Operation Breakfast-07.30-11.30/ Lunch-12.00-14.00/ Dinner-19.30-23.00. Dress Code-Casual. Description-dinner is on the beach where limited tables are set- reservations required

Ocean Beauty Boutique Hotel
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Stephanette's Cottage

This delightful Workman's Cottage dating from 1910 is nestled among vineyards and olive trees right in the Barossa countryside on the banks of the North Para River. Luxury accommodation, King-size bed, private veranda with outdoor hated spa.

The cottage features 1 bedroom with king size bed, TV, DVD, CD, underfloor-heating, slow combustion wood fire, reverse cycle air-conditioning, fully equipped kitchen facilities, outdoor spa, and private veranda with outdoor furniture and BBQ.

Enjoy the Barossa region with its many wineries, restaurants, antique shops and other attractions just minutes away. Relax at the cottage with a glass of wine on the cosy veranda or unwind in the outdoor heated spa and soak up the serenity of this peaceful setting.

 Local Area

Only an hour's drive north of Adelaide, the Barossa is one of the world's greatest wine producing regions. The region is twenty kilometres wide and about thirty kilometres long and has 50 wineries. Established last century by German farmers, it still has a strong sense of history and community identity.
Tourism Barossa 2008 Tourism Award for service Excellence
Romantic Getaways

Cooking/Kitchen facilities
Fully Equipped Kitchen

Room - General
Airconditioning, Open fireplace/Pot Belly, Outdoor furniture, Verandah

Spa/Leisure Facilities

Included in Tariff
Breakfast Provisions

Accommodation Type
1 Bedroom Self Contained, Cottage(s)


DVD Player

Stephanette's Cottage
Kalimna Rd
Nuriootpa SA
From $160
To $270
Per night
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Fresh Experiences in the Barossa Valley, SA


The spectacular Barossa Valley is the ideal South Australian getaway. Ditch the cities and get back to nature on your next holiday and discover the wealth of experiences this beautiful region has to offer. The Barossa offers the ideal location for a romantic getaway, family holiday or just a weekend away from the daily grind.
Just a short distance from Adelaide, the Barossa is within easy reach from South Australia’s capital. There are a number of ways to experience the best of the Barossa, including farm gate tours, walking and cycling trails and scenic tours that showcase the Barossa’s finest vistas of countryside and historic vineyards.

With so much to see and do, the ideal way to explore this beautiful region is at your own pace. Self guided tours offer the luxury of stopping when and where you like, and in a region so packed with sights and experiences, this is an ideal way to experience the Barossa.

Connected by a web of country roads that take you past beautiful farms views of breath-taking scenery, self driving through the Barossa allows you to explore that many quaint towns and little country hamlets that are scattered throughout the region.

Find boutique B&B’s, Eco lodges, farms stays or country cabins in and around the towns, allowing you to have the ultimate Barossa experience while providing the ideal base from which to explore the surrounds at your leisure.
An historic region
Home to historic buildings and the producers of some of the country’s finest gourmet products, there are many opportunities to stop at farm gates to taste handmade jams, chutneys and pat├ęs, pull over and take in the beautiful scenery and soak up a bit of history.

The valley’s principle towns are Nuritoopa, Angaston,Tanunda and Lyndock, with many more to be found in between, each packed with history and offering that rustic charm and laid-back vibe that is characteristic of the Barossa region.

Farmers Markets
Angaston is a foodie’s dream; cheese makers, bakeries and wine bars line its streets, and if you are lucky enough to be in town on a Saturday morning, head to the farmers market on the outskirts of town. With local produce ranging from fresh local meats and poultry, to fresh fruits and vegetables and much more, this is a true rural experience and the perfect spot to indulge in some gastronomic pleasure.

Then explore the historic town of Lyndock, one of South Australia’s oldest towns. Here you will find the beautiful Lyndoch Lavender Farm, bakeries selling mouth-watering meals and treats and open vistas of the rolling vineyards that characterize the Barossa.
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