The House has four double rooms with a sharing/en-suite bathroom, a stunning self-catering flat as well as a scenic beach style apartment. Note that both self-catering units are on the lower floor and are reached by a stairway. All our rooms offer a fantastic ocean view and invites for relaxing time ahead. Connected to the common dining room there is a fully equipped main kitchen which can also be used for self-catering accommodation. The living room offers a TV with German and local channels.
We are happy about families with children and/or pets.
* Breakfast on request.
* Bird Watching * Braai / Barbecue * Communal TV * Garden.
* Cots available F* amily friendly * Fireplace on premises * Pets permitted by agreement * Parking available.
In all rooms:
* Bar Fridge * TV * Tea and Coffee
In some rooms:
* Internet Ready.
* No Smoking.
* Fully Equipped.
* Bed Linen supplied.
About 80km north of Cape Town, tucked away on the sandy shoreline just off the R27, hides Yzerfontein, one of the West Coast’s most precious jewels. This quaint, untouched fishing village is an urban conservancy where man and nature live in harmony. It boasts the 16 Mile Beach, the longest uninterrupted beach on the South African coastline, with a spectacular view all the way to Table Mountain.
Situated within close proximity of Darling, !Khwa ttu San Culture & Educational Centre, West Coast National Park and the West Coast Fossil Park, it’s the perfect choice for a quick getaway. Endangered African Black Oystercatchers roost on the rocks above the high water mark and between July and January whales and dolphins frolic in the bay. The annual Yzerfontein Festival & Events and Snoek Classic, as well as the Galjoen Derby are highlights during holiday season. If you are a birdwatcher or appreciate wild flowers and fynbos, then Yzerfontein is the place to visit!
In Room Facilities:
* Bar Fridge * TV * Tea and Coffee * View * Towels
As a coastal fishing village with a small harbour, it’s friendly and welcoming, with all the charm of a town that cares for its people, wild life, and, of course, the fynbos kingdom in which it is situated. Yzerfontein is an urban conservancy and residents work tirelessly to protect the natural heritage for generations to come. Across the small bay, fishing boats, pleasure boats and jet-skis all mix with kite-boarders, surfers, kayakers and swimmers. You can walk the 16-Mile Beach – it stretches all the way to Postberg – or put your feet in the sand at Pearl Bay, another beach that seems to go on forever and has a view all the way to Table Mountain.