About St Helena Bay Hotel
Nestled in a small fishing village on the picturesque West Coast. St. Helena Bay Hotel is the ultimate year-round destination. Overlooking the azure Atlantic, which plays host to Southern Right Whales during the calving season, the hotel offers a variety of seaside accommodation to suit any taste and budget.Less than two hours from Cape Town, St Helena Bay Hotel is a sun seeker's paradise, with numerous white sand beaches within easy reach, and an elevated sparkling pool that serves up the perfect spot for a summer sun-downer.Surrounded by granite hills, which erupt into dazzling color during the wildflower season, St Helena Bay Hotel offers something for everyone throughout the year, affording visitors easy access to a wide range of leisure activities, delicious food and breathtaking vistas.Renowned for its rich waters, St Helena Bay has long attracted fishermen to its shores, whose spoils can be sampled at our panoramic in-house restaurant, which offers up freshly prepared seafood against a backdrop of gentle waves ad technicolor skies.Whether you're looking to explore the ocean's bounty, admire the local flora or simply top up on your tan, there's a holiday with your name on it at St Helena Bay Hotel.
Stay between 01 May 2017 and 30 Sep 2017 and get 25% off on selected rooms.
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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...