Whalesounds offers two spacious, fully equipped, self catering, self service, en suite units with breath taking views of False Bay. Each unit sleeps two (King or twin beds). We do provide a sleeper couch for children. The apartments can inter-link for family stays. We provide complementary coffee and tea on arrival. Each unit has a bathroom (shower only, no bath), TV, fridge, microwave, a cooker, kettle, toaster, pans, crockery and cutlery, bedding and towels, arm chairs, dining table and chairs and free secure WiFi. There is a safe on the premises.
There is also an outdoors table and chairs, a sun lounger and a small BBQ/Braai.
During whale season (July-November) our guests can have their morning coffee in bed while watching the whales cavort in the water below the windows. One can clearly hear them blowing when they come closer to shore during the night. Before the whale season, schools of dolphin play up and down False Bay and are a joy to watch. The yachting regattas held in the bay, reminds one of a swarm of butterflies dancing on the water.
We also have an outdoors area where our guests can enjoy a sundowner or just watch the day drift away and watch the moon rise across the bay!
Whalesounds is the perfect venue to forget about the hustle and bustle.
Fish Hoek beach is a stone's throw down the road and now boasts the only shark nets for safe bathing in Cape Town and has two restaurants on the beach for bathers' convenience.
Shopping is also very convenient and close. For a bigger variety of shopping, the closest Malls are only 5km away.
There are so many things to do and see around the Peninsula!
Some of the most popular attractions are:
Cape Point Nature Reserve, Ostrich farms, Boulders Beach with it's unique Jackass Penguin colony, Camel rides at Imhoff's Farm, World of Birds in Hout Bay, the awesome Chapman's Peak Drive, the challenging Simon's Town golf course (or Clovelly or West Lake), numerous restaurants with great food and views to cater for every taste, cosy, reasonable breakfast spots and coffee shops. If you want to do everything there is to do, you'll need a holiday!