Paddatjiesrus is situated in Struisbaai, a coastal village in the Overberg region of Western Cape, South Africa, and is at the most Southern tip of Africa. It is a popular holiday destination for those who have already discover it. The units are 60 meters from the sea with beautiful sea views from all units.
Cliff en Cecile will welcome you at this lovely setting. They are on the premises 24 hours a day. If you have any problems they are there to help you immediately.
It is as if it is your own home. Each unit has its own braai area and there is a big lawn for children to play.
Unfortunately no dogs are allowed as there is no fencing around the premises.
Accommodation at Paddatjiesrus:
There are 3 units available and all units are with full sea view.
Linda is a 2 sleeper and offers a double bedroom. Open-plan bedroom with lounge and kitchen. Bathroom with shower and bath. An outdoor private braai.
Cedelle is a 2 sleeper with a bed for a child under the age of 12 years. The unit offers a double en-suite bedroom with a queen-size bed. The bathroom has a corner bath and modern massage shower, open plan to the bedroom, with curtains if you want to close it. Separate lounge and kitchen with another bed in this area for a child under the age of 12 years and an outdoor braai.
Sune is a 4 sleeper and offers a double en-suite bedroom and bedroom with twin beds and an en-suite bathroom. There is an open-plan lounge and kitchen and an outdoor braai.
- Tip of Africa Route
- De Hoop Nature Reserve
- Waenhuiskrans Cave
- Whale watching
- Fynbos Flowers
- Horseback Riding
- On-shore and Deep Sea Fishing
- Bredasdorp Shipwreck Museum
- Cape Agulhas Lighthouse
- Wine Tasting
- More than 1 month before check-in, 50% deposit refunded
- More than 2 weeks before check-in, 25% deposit refunded
- Less than 2 weeks before check-in, no refund
Facilities & Services available:
Children under 12 years
Self-Braai / Barbecue
Fireplace on the Premises
Parking (off-street - open)
Paddatjiesrus is a Self-Catering in Struisbaai Western Cape South Africa