West Coast: B&B Accommodation at Lamberts Bay Hotel
- Located in the historical town of Lamberts Bay
- Comfortable, nautically-themed accommodation
- Two restaurants, hair and beauty spa available
Travellers enjoy traditional West Coast hospitality with accommodation at Lamberts Bay Hotel.
Choose between these options:
Accommodation for Two in a Double Room
- Pay R399 for a one-night stay
- Pay R799 for a two-night stay
Accommodation for Two Adults and Two Children in a Family Room
- Pay R499 for a one-night stay
- Pay R999 for a two-night stay
Including breakfast for two adults
The Hotel at a Glance
Located in the historical town of Lamberts Bay, the Hotel is a cosy escape from the hustle and bustle of life. Comfortable, nautically-themed rooms swathe guests in comfort, with characteristic views and all the other luxuries you’d expect from a modern hotel. Boasting a relaxing pool, beauty and hair salon and two restaurants, three conference venues and a location ideal for exploring the area, Lamberts Bay Hotel offers something for everyone.
- Dine at Waves A la Carte Restaurant and Buffets with crayfish in season or Lobster Port Restaurant, with a view over the characteristic harbour
- Hearty buffet-style breakfast served daily
- Three conference venues available
- Bathe in the hotel pool
- Get pampered at Nueva Vida Skin Care Inhouse Beauty Salon with a range of facials, massages, pedicures, manicures, waxing, treatments - Hairspray Hair Salon also available
Tastefully decorated with a nautical theme, both the family and double rooms offer ultimate comfort and convenience.
- Family room: two double beds per room or two ¾ beds and one double bed per room
- En-suite bath facilities in all rooms with shower in some rooms
Colour DSTV with remote control in all rooms
Maximum occupancy: two adults per room
What to do in Lamberts Bay
Rich in history and famous for its temperate climate, with miles of pristine beaches and bird-life, Lamberts Bay combines traditional West Coast hospitality with an endless number of excursions to tantalise even the most jaded of travellers. The culturally-inclined are spoiled for choice, with The Sanveld Museum, the HMS Sybille wreck and Steenboksfontein Art Gallery in close proximity, while the more adventurous can try their hand at water-sports – windsurfing, surfing, rubber-ducking and skiing – on one of the local beaches. The area also boasts a wide variety of eco-tourism activities, ranging from dolphin and whale watching to The Labarinth & Bushman Rock Art at the Plaaskombuis or watching flamingos at the Jakkels River Mouth.