Close to the ocean, cliff path and whales, is House on Westcliff.
A very special feature of this charming B&B is its tranquil and indigenous garden.
The garden boasts Norfolk Pines, gazebo and salt water, solar heated pool. Flowers, shrubs and trees greet you at every corner. Sit and relax at the pool, and enjoy the serenity of this harmonious, small slice of Cape nature.
The open thatched cosy lounge of this Bed and Breakfast offers the guests a space to relax, read and listen to music.
The glass doors leading to the garden are hung with kuba cloth coming all the way from central Africa. The walls are covered with original paintings collected by the owners over many years.
The furnishings and ornaments are varied and colourful and create a cosy and inviting atmosphere.
six charming rooms
Each charming en-suite bedroom has:
* Its own garden entrance
* Bar Fridge
* Tea and coffee facilities
* Welcome sherry and cookies
* Beautiful paintings
* Crisp white linen
House on Westcliff Activities:
Activities in Hermanus
* Great White Shark viewing and diving
* Whale watching between July and December
* Visit wine farms in the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley
* Taste some of the best South African wines, olive oils and cheeses.
* Sea kayaking
* Quad biking
* Horse riding
* Diving, boating and fishing
* Golfing at world class golf courses Arabella and Hermanus Golf Course
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House on Westcliff Guest Reviews
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 3
Great position, lovely room, friendly host, good breakfast, pool and garden, great walks on the cliffs. Highly recommended.
Rating: Reviewed by David Solomon over a year ago
Excellent place to stay. Very friendly host. Breakfast was great! We wish we had of organised a longer stay. Highly recommended
Rating: Reviewed by Johannes De Kock over a year ago
The hosts were very accommodative and friendly. Their services were useful and punctual. The rooms are very beautiful and spacious. The garden is tranquilising. Its a beautiful place for a couple's weekend away.
Rating: Reviewed by Andile Nomlala over a year ago