The Apple and Spice Guesthouse is the ideal place for golf enthusiasts to stay when visiting the Garden Route. The Garden Route boasts some of the top Golf courses in South Africa and is a popular destination for golfers around the world.
Less than an hour’s drive along the Garden Route from the Apple and Spice Guesthouse; this 18-hole, par 72, championship course offers exceptional views onto the Indian Ocean. Enjoy a round of golf on a combination of kikuyu and cynodon fairways and bent grass greens. This Links style course aspires to provide the friendliest experience for Garden Route golfers.
Its close proximity makes Apple and Spice Guesthouse the ideal Garden Route accommodation to explore the four first class courses at the Fancourt Country Club Estate. All courses are designed by South African golfing legend Gary Player. Enjoy Kikuyu fairways and bent grass greens in splendid surroundings.
The number one ranked golf course in South Africa, Gary Player considers this course to be his greatest design feat. Staying at the Apple and Spice Guesthouse allows good access to this challenging course. A rolling terrain with a dune-style landscape provides a unique experience.
Considered the easier of Fancourt’s two original courses, Outeniqua has 18-holes in a stunning setting of mountains, water and wildlife. It has been charming players since its opening in the early 90’s with its world-class conditioning.
Located in the same spectacular setting as the Outeniqua course but offering a more challenging experience. This exquisitely designed course has been sculpted with attention to detail and gives any golfer staying at the Apple and Spice Guesthouse a great experience.
No golfer staying at Apple and Spice guesthouse would want to miss out on this course, among the oldest in the country. Designed by Dr Charles Molteno Murray, it is ranked in the top 10 golf courses in the country. This manicured 72 par course is set in the heart of the Garden Route and is a must visit with accommodation so nearby.
Apple and Spice Guesthouse’s central Garden Route location provides great access to this stunning golf course set on the shores of the Knysna Estuary. Boasting holes below sea level and sea water in play on 10 of its 18 holes, this course demands accuracy from golfers thanks to its Parkview layout.
This pristine course offers dramatic views of the ocean, mountains, fynbos and resident birdlife thanks to its location. Many of the holes of this combination Links and Parkland course are flanked by a nature reserve. The Apples and Spice Guesthouse offers ideal Garden Route accommodation to explore this Gary Player designed Plettenberg Bay course.
Ernie Els’ first signature course, this par 74, 18-hole masterpiece was designed with the technical advice of Nicklaus Design. Players are presented with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and the Gwaing River Valley on this challenging but enjoyable course. This Garden Route course is only a short drive away from the Apple and Spice Guesthouse.
Having accommodation at Apple and Spice Guesthouse allows Garden Route golfers great access to this haven of green among the famous arid scrubland of the little Karoo. This Links course combines kikuyu fairways and cynodon greens with trees and a large dam to make strategic play a necessity.
Surrounded by high hills and set in a nature reserve in the Piesang valley. The course was upgraded in 2000 and is now in accordance with USGA specifications. The Apple and Spice Guesthouse provides accommodation in easy reach of this picturesque course.
This outstanding golf course has invited favourable comparisons to Gleneagles in the Scottish Highlands and Pebble beach on the Monterey coastline. Laid out on top broad coastal cliffs; this courses Kentucky Blue and Rye fairways and bent grass greens offer something special for golfers. This Garden Route golf course is easily accessible when staying at the Apple and Spice Guesthouse.
The first Jack Nicklaus signature course on the Garden Route, Simola is one of South Africa’s premier golfing destinations. Golfers straying at the Apple and Spice guesthouse will find this course offers a real challenge to professionals and inspiration to amateurs.
With inspiring coastline and ocean views, cliff side holes and over 100 acres of pristine beachfront Pinnacle has been described as the finest golf course on the planet. This outstanding 18-hole championship Garden Route course was co-designed by Peter Matkovich and Darren Clarke. Staying at Apple and Spice Guesthouse gives you accommodation less
than an hours’ drive from this not to be missed course.