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PPositioned on 613 hectares in the magnificent Garden Route, 7km from George, Fancourt is South Africa’s premier lifestyle estate with mountains, indigenous forests and the warm Indian Ocean in close proximity. The resort has two accommodation offerings: 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 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. 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. Fancourt is situated in the heart of the Garden Route, one of the most picturesque areas in the world. The suitably named 200km-long stretch along the Southern Coast of South Africa offers beautiful and diverse flora and fauna, coupled with a mild Mediterranean-like climate. Along with being the golfing Mecca of South Africa, the area offers a wide variety of things to do, from exploring meandering hiking trails to swimming, boating, and fishing in the surrounding ocean, lakes and rivers.

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