Tintswalo at Boulders offers seaside accommodation in nine beautifully-appointed luxury suites. The suites each enjoy unique views of the ocean, with the exception of the Victory suite, which enjoys its own private courtyard. No luxury is spared in these spacious rooms, which are equipped with every comfort. The air-conditioned suites are suitable for travellers of every kind – whether families, or couples or groups of friends – thanks to the flexible configuration of furnishings, and the introduction of the American Double suite.

With rich concoctions of azure, blue and greens, and dark wood fittings, the luxury suites are maritime tributes to some of history’s most famous ships that sailed the very oceans that Tintswalo at Boulders overlooks.

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In the 18th Century, HMS Victory was one of ten first-rate ships to be built by the British government. She...
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The Grosvenor was one of 108 East Indiamen vessels that ship-building company, Wells, built and launched between 1757 and 1872....
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The Endeavour was a humble collier ship that suffered multiple identity crises, having started its life on water in 1764...
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Cutty Sark

Cutty Sark was a masterpiece of her time, the absolute pinnacle of sailing ship design. This magnificent ship was a...
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The Bounty was an unusual ship that was built as a floating greenhouse, intended to gather plant samples from exotic...
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Mary Rose

The Mary Rose was a heavily-armed carracks warship built in 1511. A valiant battle vessel, she fought in many marine...
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The historic Mayflower ship began as a cargo ship that traded vinegar and cognac with France and Spain, but eventually...
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Water Witch

The Water Witch was originally built as a private yacht in the late 19th century, and was used by English...
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The Drommedaris was one of three 17th-century ships that carried Jan van Riebeeck and his party to the southern tip...
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