About Indigo Blue Beach House
Indigo Blue is a classic beach house which provides the ideal base for a laid-back holiday. Situated on Sandbaai Beach, the house has its toes in the sand as you can literally walk from the front door out onto the beach.
The shallow and protected lagoon waters are great for kids, with the nearby rock pools providing hours of entertainment. Simply furnished, the house is fully equipped with everything that you might need for a seaside holiday.
Langebaan is a sleepy holiday town and qualifies as one of the best locations in South Africa. Indigo Blue is one of the town’s original beach houses. To complete your perfect beach holiday, we provide you with the use of two kayaks; a Fluid Synergy 2 to 3 seater plus a kids Vaya, including paddles. Optional extras include the hire of our semi-rigid, inflatable Balega. If you bring your own boat, you may use the mooring in front of the house. DStv is available; please bring your own smart card.
Various activities are available, including kite surfing, guided kayak trips on the lagoon, deep sea fishing, horse riding and more. Attractions in the area include the West Coast National Park, the West Coast Fossil Park and the Kwa Ttu San Reserve.
Our aim is to keep it as simple as possible, but please let us know if you have special requirements and we will tailor-make a quote to suit you. Indigo Blue is available on a self-catering or bed and breakfast basis. The house sleeps six to eight guests as follows; one-bedroom with double bed, one-bedroom with a double bed and a single bed and a third bedroom with two single beds and two pull out mattresses. There are two bathrooms, one with a free-standing bath and hand shower, and one with just a shower.
Bedrooms are equipped with down duvets and pure cotton linen, and all have lagoon views. Bath and beach towels are provided. There are two spacious living areas, of which one is located at the rear of the house and opens onto a wind protected courtyard with a braai area as well as a wooden deck overlooking the beach with a hot and cold outdoor shower. DStv is available; please note that you must bring your own smart card.
Included in the daily rate is a Fluid Synergy sit on top kayak, complete with paddles and buoyancy vests as well as a child’s Fluid Vaya kayak. Please bring own life vest.
Beach: We are situated right on Sandbaai - you will literally walk straight onto the beach! Sandbaai is one of Langebaan's nicest beaches - private and exclusive in character.
Family friendly: Our beach house is ideal for families - three bedrooms and space for 8 make it ideal for two families. We have provided kids toys and games and a DVD player to keep them occupied when necessary.
Romantic: Our location, right on the beach, is unbeatable
Please note that the rate displayed is for the maximum amount of guests and a lower rate applies to smaller groups of guests.
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