Jacobsbaai (Jacobs Bay) Self Catering Accommodation4.8 - 11 Guest Reviews
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Beautiful coastal town - stunning views!
It is such a neat and quiet and relaxing town.
Very quiet little town - not much to do but to relax. A nice SPAR or decent shop would be nice.
Quiet, quaint and beautiful West Coast!
Everybody is so friendly. We had coffee at the coffee shops, ate at restaurants. Johan from Togreyersvlei wedding venue took us to all the lovely places, the food and all the friendly people were amazing, thank you, we will be returning, again.
Peace and tranquility in Jacobsbaai (Jacobs Bay).
Beautiful spring flowers and the blue sea.
Rustigheid en veiligheid in Jacobsbaai.
Jacobsbaai is such a beautiful little town. It was exactly what we need to unwind. It is not too far from Cape Town and the spring flowers were amazing.
More info about Jacobsbaai (Jacobs Bay)
The well-laid out village of Jacobsbaai (Jacob’s Bay) on the west coast of South Africa was only formed in the mid-1990s and has proved to be both a relaxing holiday destination and astute investment for property speculators. With an abundance of character and charm, the first beachfront homes were built in the traditional West Coast farmhouse design, whitewashed with lime, a similar shade to the dunes on which they rest.
Origins of the name Jacobsbaai are unclear and the hardy veld would have likely catered for the odd cattle and sheep to sustain the farm owner. The lack of natural water resources and landing rights ensured that no development took place. Water is now piped throughout the region and Jacobsbaai sprang up from unspoilt surroundings.
Out here, one has the feeling of miles of nothingness with only the relaxing sound of the sea breaking the silence. The beaches are pristine – Jacobsbaai has 7 coves in... Show more
About Self Catering
Self Catering places can be found from rural to urban areas and can vary in what they offer. They allow plenty freedom and is a great inexpensive way to spend your holiday. They have been widely classified as a “Home away from home”. This is a good option for guests who don’t mind cooking their own food, and are looking for a more independent and flexible form of accommodation. For budget and large families, we would recommend self-catering for a more personalised experience.