Travellers traverse the West Coast and trade the melancholy of inner-city life for scenic ocean views with a beach-side stay for up to six people at Escape Beach Cottage.
Choose between these options:
- R1 225 for a one-night stay for up to six people
- R2 400 for a two-night stay for up to six people
- R3 526 for a three-night stay for up to six people
Escape Beach Cottage
Located in Dwarskersbors along the West Coast, Escape Beach Cottage has panoramic ocean views and embodies the tranquillity that can only be found on the West Coast. With a cosy fireplace, guests can warm up while listening to the waves crashing outside. The outside barbecue and wind-free courtyard ensures that guests can unwind undisturbed. For lazy days, guests can enjoy the flat-screen TV or dine in style in the alfresco dining area. The kitchen is fully equipped and includes a dishwasher and microwave. ADSL internet will keep guests connected to the outside world. With four comfortable bedrooms and the beach right on your doorstep, guests will be forgiven for never wanting to leave this fisherman’s cottage.
- Panoramic ocean views
- Cosy fireplace
- Outside barbecue and wind-free courtyard
- Flat screen TV
- Alfresco dining area
- ADSL internet
All rooms have ocean views and private bathrooms with a shower. Bedrooms are decorated with Victorian double beds with fine bedding and linens.
- Ocean views
- Private bathrooms with shower
- Victorian double beds with fine bedding and linens.
- Maximum occupancy: Six adults
What to do in West Coast
Celebrated for its unspoiled wild beauty and hospitable people, the West Coast Peninsula is a region of wild beauty and natural splendour. Majestic windswept landscapes and an ever-changing coastline, the West Coast is home to some of the natural wonders of South Africa – the saltwater lagoon of Langebaan, the West Coast National Park which protects hundreds of species of delicate fynbos, diverse wildlife and over 300 different bird species and South Africa’s largest natural harbour in Saldanha.
The West Coast Fossil Park offers a journey back in time, while Jacobsbaai comprises seven little bays and St Helena Bay is actually a collection of 18 beautiful bays. The oldest fishing village on the West Coast, Paternoster still follows a traditional, authentic West Coast lifestyle closely connected to the sea. Iconic Tietiesbaai is a must visit for its rugged coastal scenery.
Big sky country, where you can see distant, uninterrupted horizons in every direction, the West Coast Peninsula offers a wide range of wind driven, motor- and man-powered sports, with crystal clear water and the sandy beaches making it a haven for water-sports enthusiasts.
The region is also rich in history with a unique blend of cultures, including the Khoi tribes made up of the Hottentots, Bushmen, and the Strandlopers who are now known as the Khoisan.