The few minutes drive from wilderness, you do feel pleasingly remote. Crunching up the glinting shell pathway you can see across an indigenous garden and right out to sea. Earlier risers may catch some of the wildlife that comes by when it thinks no-one's looking. Join Deon on a beach buggy excursion with a little wind in your hair going out overlooking the dunes. How about a braai in a half-Wigwam (tepee) like the Red Indians did? Rainy days are also covered, with a host of board games, including a much-loved thirty-year-old edition of German Monopoly. Rooms are modern, with televisions, stereos and some of the most exciting loo seats. Make sure you get a chance to spend a few minutes in the garden basket-chair before you leave. Specially imported from Germany, it shelters brilliantly from the wind, allowing you to sit in peace, looking out over the dunes for an hour or ten. English, Afrikaans and German spoken.

Stunning indigenous wild-flower-carpets between July and October - bird lovers can discuss 225 different species - last manned lighthouse in Tietiesbaai / Cape Columbine Nature Reserve nearby - 8 kilometer unspoiled white sandy beach - playful dolphins and Southern Right whales in season - adventurous Beach Buggy trips along the coastline - Wigwam braai - and and and

Choose your favourite room:

White Mussel is a north facing airy double bedroom (queen-size bed) at ground level of the East Wing with spectacular sea views which can be enjoyed from a private terrace.
Black Mussel is an east facing spacious double bedroom (king-size bed) at ground level of the East Wing. Fynbos will amaze your eyes from a private patio.
Oyster is a north facing overwhelming double bedroom (queen-size bed) at the top floor of the East Wing. Stunning sea views are inviting for a sundowner on the private patio.
Perlemoen is an east facing fresh double bedroom (2 single beds) well-known for its stunning sunrises at the top level of the East Wing. Perfect for family/friends as annexure to Oyster Room.

All rooms have: Own entrance (except Perlemoen). En-suite bathroom with spacious shower. Ceiling fan in White Mussel and Oyster. Safe (except Perlemoen). Hi-Fi (except Perlemoen). TV (except Perlemoen). Hairdryer. Bed linen. Towels. Beach towels. Mini bar-fridge (except Perlemoen). Coffee/tea facilities. Alarm system. Ample parking. Private patio (except Perlemoen). Non-smoking bedrooms. Selection of complimentary beverages on arrival. Daily room service (Monday to Saturday excluding Public Holidays).

Breakfast is served at the big dining table where the plans for the day will be discussed (Continental breakfast during the week, English breakfast on weekends) or if weather allows it, also on the patio outside.

Please Note: We are members of Saldanha Bay Tourism Organisation, Paternoster Village Tourism, Greenwood Guide as well as AA Highly Recommended..

  • Awards & Accreditations As Claimed By The Establishment
  • AA Highly Recommended
  • Tourism Grading - 4 Stars
Facilities
  • boat trips (less than 5km)
  • braai / barbecue - onsite
  • canoeing (less than 5km)
  • car hire (less than 20km)
  • ceiling fans
  • electronic safe
  • exercise facilities (less than 5km)
  • fishing (less than 3km)
  • fridge in unit
  • game drives (less than 30km)
  • hair dryer
  • heaters in unit
  • horse riding (less than 5km)
  • internet facilities
  • laundry facilities (less than 2km)
  • linen & towels provided
  • lock-up safe
  • nature trail (less than 2km)
  • nature trail onsite
  • parking all onsite
  • private entrance
  • radio in room
  • restaurant (less than 300m)
  • restaurant (less than 5km)
  • restaurant (walking distance)
  • serviced
  • sun deck
  • tea / coffee making facilities
  • television in communal area
  • television in room (non-satellite)
  • whale watching (less than 10km)
  • wi-fi / hotspot

Directions
Take the R27 from Cape Town (West Coast Road) approx. 120km, after a little bridge turn left direction Vredenburg, follow the road, drive through Vredenburg, from there it is another approx. 15km to Paternoster. Just before Paternoster when you come over the hill to see the sea, you will notice also on the left side the smallholding area "Pelgrimsrust". Turn left in there by the entrance walls and follow the road. After approx. 200m turn left and follow the circle. You will find the entrance of Farr Out almost at the top in a 90 degree bend; turn in by the entrance walls of Farr Out and after approx. 200m of a crunching driveway you will be at your place to stay.

Latitude: 32°49' 13.97"S or -32.8206407554049

Longitude: 17°53' 38.14"E or 17.8939390182495