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Nestled in a grove of Milkwood trees, overlooking charming Leentjiesklip Bay, the Beach House offers a welcome haven for the travel weary backpacker and adventure tourist alike.
Light and airy, this old house has beach white dorms with sea views and rooms with windows looking onto endless blue skies. A herb garden where bees hum away the lazy summer days invite a stroll or an afternoon spent reading, and an intimate little pub where local food is complimented with ice cold drinks might deliver a friendly game of pool.
The beach is a stone’s throw away from the viewing decks, where early morning viewings between May and November draw guests from their slumber to watch the whales frolic just beyond the surf. Then it is off to the open air terrace at 9am for a delicious health breakfast, complete with a fresh baked muffin, before heading off for a day of adventure or rest.
The area is steeped in local history, and lends itself to adventurous outdoor activities – from horse riding and paragliding to hiking and surfing. Whether you are on a flying visit or intend to spend a few days recovering from a busy travel schedule, action and dreamy days mix well in the Wilderness.
Dorms: Upstairs Dorm (7 Beds) R115 per person - Downstairs Dorm (14 Beds) R125 per person.
Twins: R280 for 2pp, R380 for 3pp, R500 for 4pp, room per night, or 5-6pp R125 per person.
Doubles: From R300 the room per night, depending on size and views, with shared bathrooms.
Double en-suite: R460 the room per night, own deck with views, set in a lush garden away from the main house.
communal kitchen with oven, stove, microwave, cutlery and crockery and fridge/freezers
free morning coffee and tea
bathrooms inside the main house and in ablution block
licensed bar with pool table and satellite TV
large shaded communal terrace
Tel: 044 877 0549
Fax: 044 877 1746
Cell: 082 828 0714