Come replenish your soul in a fully equipped holiday home in idyllic Jacobsbaai. Whimseagull offers a stylishly decorated self catering option with extra amenities that include a television, full DSTV bouquet, DVD player, dishwasher, washing machin..
The few minutes drive from Paternoster to Farr Out (TGCSA 4 Star) is not what you would exactly call far. But when you arrive in this sandy bushveld wilderness, you do feel pleasingly remote. Crunching up the glinting shell pathway you can see ...
The 4 metre wide glass doors of the large living area open onto a patio with a built-in braai (barbeque). From here (or from the living room) there are unsurpassed views of the beach & sea - ideal for whale & dolphin watching! In the living room ...
Hocus Pocus self catering townhouse is a simple but functional architectural style house based on the historical West Coast Fisherman's cottages as seen all around Paternoster.
Die Opstal,self catering accommodation is a simple but functional architectural style house based on the historical West Coast Fisherman's cottages as seen all around Paternoster. The house is designed with 5 cottages around the swimming pool.
Natural Blue was built in 2004 as a family home and welcomes children and pets. We are situated less than 200m from the beach and the 3 bedroom cottage with loft sleeping 2pax is spacious enough to accommodate the 'holiday' traffic.
Limestone House, Paternoster, is waiting to welcome you, whether you are looking for a romantic getaway for two or wanting to enjoy a family holiday by the sea.
The endless sandy beaches invite you to go on long walks. Quite often one can spot dolphins, seals and whales. Bird life is rich and the sacred ibis can also be seen. Fresh seafood caught daily by local fisherman, can be enjoyed at a number of ...
La Mer, (the sea) offers guests the opportunity to stay right on the beach in the peaceful fisherman's village of Paternoster
The isolated hamlet of Jacobs Bay, just north of Saldanha Bay, is less than 90 minutes' drive from Cape Town along the R27. Locals and tourists alike call this area "Namaqualand by the sea" and the countryside around Jacobsbaai does indeed turn into a wildflower tapestry in spring.
Jacobsbaai might be small but it boasts 7 different bays, each with its own personality. Jacobsbaai has a sea frontage of 2km with sandy and rocky bays that are home to a variety of seafood, such as mussels, abalone and crayfish. The coastal fynbos supports a variety of wildlife including jackal, duiker, steenbok and tortoise. Bird watching is popular, especially during the migration season and Southern Right whales and dolphins can be spotted along the coast.
Other activities in Jacobsbaai include fishing, diving, crayfishing and hiking. A 17 km hiking trail runs between the Swartriet and Tietiesbaai bays, while Kwaaibaai is a good spot for surfing. Toothrock and Bamboesbaai are popular for diving, fishing and crayfishing.