Strandloper Guest House

  • Guest Rating: (4)
  • TGCSA Grading:
  • Guesthouse, Self Catering, Bed & Breakfast
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Strandloper Guest House is ideally situated to explore the wonders of the West Coast and enjoy its truly rare features including the annual spectacular kaleidoscope of spring flower shows and the remarkable bird life that varies through the seasons as the migrants fly in and out.

Located on the sea front of the Saldanha Bay, with its exquisite views of the bay and the harbour.

The wonderfully safe waters of the bay in front of Strandloper Guest House is a playground to many swimmers and water enthusiasts.

We have a private swimming pool for your enjoyment as well.

Sit outside on a wrap-around balcony or enjoy the scenery from the patio, where breakfast is often served to enhance a true West Coast atmosphere.

Make yourself at home in the delightfully decorated fully serviced separate suites with individually controlled security access.

The lounge and dining room with an indoor braai overlooking the bay offers a waterside experience designed to make guests feel they belong in this exotic world of water and birds and wildflowers.

We offer guests traditional dinners (on request) and hearty breakfasts.

Cancellation Policy:

< 7 days prior: No refund.
> 7 days prior: Foreit 15% of the booking total.

Facilities & Services:

Honeymoon Couples
Laundry Service
Ironing Service
Special Meals on Request
Dining room
Restaurant
Garden
Parking (open and off-street)
Wi-Fi
Afrikaans
English
Communal Satellite TV
Hiking / Walking Trails
Horse Riding
Swimming Pool
Directions:

Use the R27 from Cape Town towards the West Coast.
Drive past the turn-offs to Melkbos Strand, Atlantis, Yzerfontein and Langebaan.

Turn left onto the R79 a few kilometres after you have past the Langebaan turn-off.

Continue with this road, pass the Saldanha Steel Plant on your left until you reach a T-junction where you turn left towards Saldanha.
On entering Saldanha, turn left in Don Caster Street (just before West Coast Estate Agents).

This becomes Sixth Avenue as you cross the rail road, continue till the next T-junction where you turn left into Camp Street.
Immediately turn right into Brander Street, now turn left into Beach Road.

With the sea on your right hand side, continue for approximately 100 meters after which you will find the three storey face brick building of Strandloper Guest House on your left hand side.
Please drive through to the parking area at the back of the house.

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Units and Rooms

We offer five en-suite bedrooms, of which one is wheel chair friendly, two self-catering units and two backpackers en-suite bedroom.

All units except the backpackers have private balconies with sweeping views over the bay.

Multi-channel TV, bar fridge`s and coffee/tea making facilities are available in the rooms.

The self catering units are fully equipped, including microwave, oven and fridge for self-catering lunches and dinners.

Unit
The room is equipped with:*basic kitchen utensils*microwave oven*2 plate stove*bar fridge*television with selected DSTV channels*coffee and tea making facilities*Wi-Fi *patio We also offers secure parking and has a swimming pool.
Max Persons: 2
Double en-suite
The room is equipped with:*coffee and tea making facilities*television with selected DSTV channels*Wi-Fi*hairdryer*balcony/patio Strandloper Guest House has a private swimming pool,barbeque area and secure parking for our guests' convenience.
Count: 5
Max Persons: 2
Latest Reviews

We had an excellent stay at Strandloper Guest House. Breakfast and service outstanding and great value for money!


Adele Marais Jan 2010

Breakfast was very nice.
We received a room without a shower (only a bath). I was not aware of the fact that I had to specify this in my booking.
Overall we were happy with the service and will recommend people to stay there.


Elana van Zyl Sep 2009

Thank you very much for looking after us so well! We really enjoyed our stay.


Ken Reynolds Apr 2009

Friendly staff and quite neighborhood.


Bart Buyse Sep 2008