whenever we drive from Plett to Uniondale over the mountains - we do stop at Angie’s spot. It is very special, an atmosphere between late hippies, bikers, country life and very friendly.
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Visited Angie's G Spot on a drive through Prince Alfred Pass. Stopped for coffee and a pancake and met Pieter who told me about M'Kama, a country property nearby where you can walk and do 4WD trails. After a beautiful 4 hour walk at M'Kama,...More
This little place is a nice peaceful stop along the Prince Albert Pass. It's got a very hippy feel to it and the owners are very nice and friendly. The menu is very limited and the food isn't amazing but that's not what you stop...More
A brilliant scenic drive down the Prince Albert Pass finds one at Angie's G Spot. Quirky and different, this rustic assembly of ramshackle buildings hides a treasure of experiences like few other places. We watched the rugby on a beautifully clear (Brand New) TV. The...More
We enjoy stopping at out of the way, interesting places on road trips and Angie's is set in a beautiful valley after an even more beautiful Prince Albert pass. It is rustic, unique but completely over priced. R30 for an Appletiser and R25 for packet...More
Nice campsite with everything you need. There is also a small restaurant and bar run by the charming Angie.
Just feels strange having found Angies G spot, and she doesn't even know! . I stopped off here for a night, (then stayed for two)!. Just lovely. Angie and Harold were off getting supplies in town, so sadly I missed them. My host Pieter and...More
Super friendly, down to earth,no frills rustic pub and accommodation or camping. Step into the twilight zone and leave your troubles behind. Awesome place to pop in and chill along the river. Watch countless bikers pull through and anyone wanting to escape the hustle of...More
We tried to visit this "famous" eatery but felt so unwelcome we didn't even go inside. We enquires about the availability of breakfast just before 10 am an were told between the cigarette smoke being blown into our faces that we were too late. After...More