About Journey's End
Situated in the fishing town of St Helena Bay, guests will find Journey’s End. This lovely self-catering unit is located on a one and half hectare small holding on the beautiful hill Britannica Heights on the St. Helena bay peninsula and offers breathtaking views and sunsets over a valley, Paternoster and the ocean in the distance. Rich in nature and birdlife. Perfect for a break away from the busy hustle of city life, if you are looking for peace and serenity. Only 6 min drive from the closest beach, Sandy Point, St. Helena Bay harbour and amenities. Lovely quiet roads where you can safely walk, jog or cycle and only 100 metres walk you have an awesome view over the whole bay of St. Helena The spacious open-plan unit is fully equipped for self-catering and features a queen-size bed and a double sleeper couch, which can sleep one child or one extra adult. There are no separate bedrooms. The unit offers an en-suite shower, kitchenette with large fridge and freezer, mini stove with oven, microwave, dining area, 50 DStv channels and portable braai facilities on the patio. All linen and towels are provided, except beach towels. Complimentary tea, coffee and sugar. We are pet friendly 2-3 small to medium (Foxterrier size) breed dogs and by prior arrangement with owners. The whole unit is not fenced but the patio has a latte railing and gate and there is a fenced area adjacent to the main dwelling available for the dogs to run around free. St Helena Bay and surrounds has much to offer; such as white shell strewn beaches, calm waters with Heaveside's, Dusky and common dolphins visiting regularly. Humpback and Southern Right whales come to calve and mate from Aug-Nov and can be seen from the shore. July-October spring flowers in abundance after good rains. In our harbour, lovely fresh snoek can be bought straight from the boats during the snoek runs. Plenty of crayfish during season. Visit the Berg River Estuary for a relaxing boat cruise up river, a bird watcher's paradise. Walking trails, cycling, horse riding on the beach, Visit the Cape Columbine Lighthouse, nature reserve, Tietiesbaai and quaint town of Paternoster which is not far which are close to St Helena Bay. The West Coast National park is a must see. St. Helena Bay is the ideal base from which to explore the West Coast and outlying quaint little towns and areas.
Quotes are done on a "subject to availability" basis. Because more than one quote might be done to different guests for the same dates, please note that the first guest to pay deposit will secure their booking.
Please note: The rate for a one night stay (during week days only) will be R300pppns. The rate for a single person for a one... Quotes are done on a "subject to availability" basis. Because more than one quote might be done to different guests for the same dates, please note that the first guest to pay deposit will secure their booking.
Please note: The rate for a one night stay (during week days only) will be R300pppns. The rate for a single person for a one night stay will be R350 per night. Weekends a minimum of a 2 night stay.
If we do accept a one night booking over a weekend, the rate will be R300 per person per night. see more
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Things to do in and around St Helena Bay
(7.5 km from St Helena Bay)
Three gorgeous beaches surround the peninsula of Shelley Point, each with their own unique characteristics. On the western side is Britannia Bay Beach, an unspoiled 5 km stretch of white sand. Tucked away on the northern side is the protected...
(5.3 km from St Helena Bay)
This quaint little bay is situated between St Helena Bay and Shelley Point. Quite a few fisheries can be found here, hence its name. Beautiful views and a relaxed atmosphere, as well as some educational insight into the fishing industry can be...