Pearly Beach is a small coastal town approximately 20km from Gansbaai and about 2.5 hours' drive from Cape Town. The beaches of Pearly Beach are legendary with white Sandy beaches extending for miles where one can take long, lazy uninterrupted...
Skipskop in Pearly Beach, Western Cape s self catering cottage where falling asleep with the sound of waves drowning your last senses, and wake up in the morning whilst watching the waves breaking on the shore from the comfort of your bed.
Located in Franskraal in the Western Cape region with Franskraal Beach nearby, Uilenkraalsmond resort-cabin provides accommodations with free private parking
Fairytale, upmarket holiday home which is situated in the peaceful town of Franskraal, 50 km's from Hermanus and 150km's from Cape Town International Airport. Come and relax in our beautiful home, which is a mere 300 metres walk from the unspoilt...
Fairhill is a private nature and game reserve with fantastic sea and mountain views. This 10 sleeper house is situated on some 200 hectares of pristine coastal property just outside Stanford, on the Stanford - Gansbaai road.
The house with a perfect location, right on the sea, 4 Bedrooms, of which 2 en-suite and the rest share 1 bathroom. 4 Bedrooms, of which 2 en-suite and the rest share 1 bathroom. 8 meters from the sea...
Sea Star Cliff is a luxury lodge providing guest house accommodation on the rugged Atlantic Ocean coastline. The luxuriously appointed guesthouse was designed and decorated with luxury in mind to create a perfect getaway from city life.
Whale Cove A104 on Cliff Street, De Kelders, is a four star rated, three bedroom,two bathroom luxury self catering seafront apartment with spectacular sunsets and views across the bay to Hermanus. It is one of the best land based whale watching spots in
We offer you friendly personal service and quality accommodation in five Spacious Luxury Rooms (first floor of building), all with en suite bath rooms. Shark diving and whale watching
Baardskeerdersbos is a small town in the Overberg region of the Western Cape province of South Africa and is located 20 kilometres east of Gansbaai on the Gansbaai Elim Bredasdorp road. The town lies on the southern slopes of a mountain called Perdekop (Horse Hill), at the base of the Boskloof (Forest Gorge) through which a small river flows south off the mountain. The name of the town, Baardskeerdersbos in Afrikaans or Baardscheerders Bosch in the original Dutch, literally means Beard Shavers Forest. The accepted explanation for this name is that a species of solifuge inhabits the area, and that this arachnid is referred to as a beard shaver because it cuts hair to use for nest-building.
The current church in Baardskeerdersbos was built in 1921 and is a National Monument. For a long time the village remained rural and undisturbed, but recently it has been discovered as a quiet getaway particularly for residents of Cape Town, several new houses have been built, and several more renovated.
This little town has also attracted attracted a collection of artists and since 2008 the group have opened their homes and their hearts t various times during the year to introduce people to the local painters, photographers, sculptors, printmakers and ceramicists. One artist in particular, Niel Jonker has also added bread making courses to the mix, to give the Baardskeerdersbos Art Route an extra bit of flavour.