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About Albatros

Albatros offers seafront self-catering accommodation in Lamberts Bay just a short walk away from the beach. Lamberts Bay is located along the West Coast and is a picturesque seaside village that is focused around the wonderful beaches.

All of the units are fully equipped for self-catering, and feature braai facilities, and a TV with M-Net. Bedding, towels, and tea and coffee is supplied. All of the units have wonderful sea views. Limited undercover parking is available, however there is plenty of street parking.

Water sports are abundant in this area and guests can find many activities to enjoy in the great outdoors. The local wildlife is wonderful and worth spotting.

Beach: Beach front property with beautiful beach views

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 7 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 42
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 31 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

Albatros Rooms

Reviews for Albatros

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Hannes Gerber
10 January 2018

Apartment 7 is spacious and neat with panoramic view of the ocean. Value for money.

Buks Grobler
30 October 2017

We stayed over for two nights in Albatros and it was the place that offered the best stay-over experience of all the places where we stayed during our West coast trip. I can recommend Albatros for a stay-over.Safe parking might be an issue if all the rooms are occupied.

ingrid Bothe
20 October 2017

We were offered a lovely "ipgrade" to an upstairs apartment sleeping 6 people in 2 bedrooms. We had a balcony overlooking the beach as in the picture on the left, but bigger, apartment no. 7. The peace and quiet was amazing, just the roar of the ocean at night. Showers were hot, the place was clean, neat and tidy and everything worked! There were occupants next door and on the ground floor below us but we weren't disturbed at all! Hester's daughter (who is lovely) came to give us the keys and when you leave you pop it downstairs in the office - very convenient and low maintenance. One smal...
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Spencer Boshoff
18 September 2017

Great Place to Stay and peaceful

Erna Pelser
05 September 2017

Foto was baie misleidend. eenhede was teen die pad met braaiers op die sypaadjie. Hester het ons in n ander eenheid gevestig. maar eersgenoemde was baie teleurstellend. Erna

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Albatros Map

Albatros is 1.1km from the centre of Lamberts Bay , the nearest airport 210.7km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

Things to do in and around Lamberts Bay

Elands Bay Wildflowers

(27.1 km from Lamberts Bay)

1 review

Elands Bay and the neighbouring villages of Redelinghuys, Velddrif and Aurora are magical destinations during the spring wildflower season. Meander along the quiet country back roads for amazing flower discoveries.

Elands Bay Beach

(23.8 km from Lamberts Bay)

3 reviews

Elands Bay beach is well known as a great surfing spot, particularly for the legendary left break. The pristine white sandy beach is seemingly endless, perfect for long walks and sun tanning. There are plenty of beach-based things to do and see...

Vensterklip Farm Pub

(25.8 km from Lamberts Bay)

2 reviews

The beautiful historical Vensterklip Farm has a lovely cosy pub and restaurant built inside a 300-year-old barn! This pub teems with life and has an warm and welcoming Afrikaner atmosphere.

Elands Bay Rock Art Cave

(24.4 km from Lamberts Bay)

2 reviews

Hidden in the caves above Baboon Point on the mountain above Elands Bay Beach are the most beautiful cave paintings. These were done by the Bushmen who lived in this area thousands of years ago. The University of Cape Town also has an archeological...