Stylish regional cuisine is served in the distinctive thatched waterside dining room with views of resident herons, cormorants and other South African waterbirds.
The cuisine is inspired by the flavours of local ingredients and freshly picked vegetables and herbs from our own garden. No effort or expense is spared to provide a culinary experience bursting forth with South African flavours and textures: Karoo venison, freshly caught East Coast fish, homemade stocks, fresh breads and local cheeses.
Complementing the menu is the private underground cellar, boasting a unique and comprehensive cross section of fine South African wines. Finish off the evening with after dinner cigars under the stars.
Escape the African heat in the full size pool, fringed with palms and a waterfall or take a quiet moment to sit peacefully on the expansive sundowner deck and view rare South African waterfowl. Sundowners and snacks are served daily at sunset. Other facilities include a lounge with satellite TV and fireplace, small library of books, CD library, curios, and internet & fax facilities.
Woodall's Country House Spa offers a wide range of treatments including: reflexology, aromatherapy, swedish, lymph drainage, body scrubs and wraps, skincare, hand and foot treatments, hair removal, hydrotherapy and jet lag therapy. Facilities include: vitality studio, steam room, sauna, hydrotherapy bath, spacious double showers and they gym.
Experience game at close quarters and magnificent scenery at Addo Elephant National Park from Woodall's luxury, open game viewing vehicle. Game viewing tours are guided by highly qualified guides whose passion for the area is inherent and infectious. Tailor-made birding and botanical tours in the Addo region can be arranged with highly experienced specialists within these fields.
Discover the marine life of Algoa Bay off Port Elizabeth, one of South Africa's most diverse bays. Bryde's Whales, bottlenose and humpback dolphins can be seen almost all year round; Southern right Whales visit every year to give birth to their calves and mate; and humpback Whales pass through during their annual migration.