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Luxury Accommodation in Cape West Coast

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The West Coast stretches from Yzerfontein in the south to Strandfontein in the north and incorporates the Swartland. Formerly one of the hidden gems of South Africa, this hub of the Southern African commercial fishing industry is becoming an increasingly popular destination for visitors. For most of the year however, it maintains its wild,...

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Abalone House & Spa

Paternoster
5 Std Superior, 4 Luxury Superior & 1 Superior Sea View Suite
PPS from R 1,745
Includes Bed & Breakfast
Special Deal

Abalone House & Spa is a stylish boutique guest house on the west Coast offering sophistication, glamour and style in the charming, historic fisherman’s village of...


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Paternoster Dunes Boutique Guest House and Spa

Paternoster
6 Bedrooms
PPS from R 950

Paternoster Dunes Boutique Guest House & Spa is set amongst the dunes on the beachfront in the quaint fishing village of Paternoster on the West Coast in the Western Cape....


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Quay West Holiday Home

Velddrif
Double storey self-catering house
PPS from R 600

Situated in Velddrif Quays just 40m off the Berg River, Quay West is the perfect lock-up-and-go holiday home. The modern house is spacious yet has a homely, cosy feel and is...


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The Farmhouse Hotel

Langebaan
13 rooms
PPS from R 475

Overlooking the tranquil Langebaan lagoon, The Farmhouse Hotel is an experience to be savoured.

Celebrated for it's warm West Coast hospitality, The Farmhouse offers...


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At The Rocks

Langebaan
5 Bedrooms
PPS from R 630

At the Rocks is a modern guest house, owned by Helena and Rod of Leeuwenvoet House in Cape Town, and borders the nature reserve in Langebaan on the West Coast in the Western...


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Farr Out Guesthouse

Paternoster
3 Rooms and 1 Wigwam tent
PPS from R 520

**PLEASE NOTE: Farr Out Guesthouse will be closed from 20 June 2016 until 22 July 2016.**

The few minutes drive from Paternoster 'Center' to 4 star graded guesthouse...


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Couvaloup Guest Home

Hopefield
7 Rooms

Couvaloup (which means wolf den in french) is situated in the small town of Hopefield on the west coast, 115 km from Cape Town .It is inland from Langebaan but the easy...


Rooibos Tea House
Within the seven Clans of Rooibos, Rooibos Tea House...

Elandsberg Eco Tourism
Situated in a quiet valley, awesome rock formations,...

The Rooibos Route
Visit a Rooibos farm and factory, or if you're...

!Khwa ttu – San Cultural & Educational Centre
!Khwa ttu is a vibrant joint venture between San...

Boesmanland Plaaskombuis
Boesmanland Farm Kitchen is an informal outdoor...

West Coast travel guide

The West Coast stretches from Yzerfontein in the south to Strandfontein in the north and incorporates the Swartland. Formerly one of the hidden gems of South Africa, this hub of the Southern African commercial fishing industry is becoming an increasingly popular destination for visitors. For most of the year however, it maintains its wild, somewhat desolate atmosphere that sets it apart from the more lush regions of the Western Cape

West Coast Highlights

  • Darling: See a play by South Africa’s most famous satirist Pieter Dirk-Uys at his theatre, Evita se Perron. Lucky theatre-goers will get to meet the legendary Evita Bezuidenhout, SA comic, satirist and activist Dirk-Uys’s alter-ego. Attend South Africa’s ‘green’ music and lifestyle event, Rocking the Daisies, at the Cloof Wine Estate outside of Darling each year.
  • Clanwilliam: Visit Elandsberg Eco Tourism Farm where you will find the original Rooibos Tea Farm, and they also sell homemade jams and breads if you don’t have time for lunch. Each spring there is a wildflower display in the Dutch Reformed Church which attracts thousands.
  • Cederberg: Stunning rock and mountain formations, and one of the original haunts of the local San people, where their rock art may be viewed. Hike, walk or take a scenic drives and be sure to have your camera at the ready at all times.
  • Langebaan: Take to the water – kite surfing in Langebaan is a popular pastime for visitors and locals alike.
  • Paternoster: Visit the Cape Columbine Lighthouse, the last manned lighthouse, built in 1936.
  • Riebeeck Kasteel: Enjoy wine tasting at one of the local estates, or trawl the picturesque village – you’ll be spoilt for choice when deciding where to have lunch as there are a number of wonderful eateries here. Visit De Oude Kerk Museum or the Jan Smuts Museum for a step back in time. The annual Olive Festival in Riebeeck Kasteel brings the village to life.
  • Velddrif: At the West Coast Gallery, eat fresh seafood from the wood-fired grill, browse art and sculpture exhibitions and play boules under the shade of trees.
  • Vredenburg: Spend a fascinating and informative day at the West Coast Fossil Park off the R45, Look for 5 million year old fossils at the sieving station. Café and play area for kids available.
  • Yzerfontein: Stop at the Farm Stall for the best ever freshly baked scones.

Our Portfolio of West Coast Accommodation

Most people know the West Coast best for the annual wildflower display that draws crowds with cameras to capture the colourful daisies and other flowers - over 1000 species in total - carpeting the fields each spring (from July to September, depending on the rains).

Flowers aside, there is always something to do in this delightful region. Bird watching, whale watching, kayaking, wine tasting, fishing, mountaineering – these are just some of the delights awaiting visitors. Nature lovers and those wanting to really get away from it all find themselves a spiritual home in this special place.

Portfolio Collection offers delightful, luxury, quality West Coast accommodation throughout this popular tourism region of Cape Town, South Africa. West Coast accommodation options include B&Bs, guest houses, boutique hotels, farm stays, country homes and self-catering accommodation.