About Baleine Vue
Baleine Vue is a 4 Star graded self-catering cottage situated on the beachfront in the quaint and picturesque West Coast fishing village of Paternoster, just a little more than an hour's drive from beautiful Cape Town. The scenic R27 passes the charming coastal towns of Melkbosstrand, Yzerfontin and Langebaan, as well as the West Coast National Park. The fauna and flora of the region is world-renowned, especially for the festival of colour that greets visitors in the spring when the fynbos flowers are in blossom.
Paternoster's tranquil setting, along with the luxury of the beautifully appointed cottage, ensure restful days which can be enjoyed fishing, kayaking, whale-watching from August until late November, strolling on the miles of sandy white beach, exploring the coves and bays of the West Coast National Park with its prolific bird life, or taking in the magnificence of the festival of spring flowers in August and September.
The house offers three extremely spacious luxury en-suite bedrooms, all with top-quality cotton linen. Two of the bedrooms, including the master bedroom, are situated upstairs with en-suite bathrooms, while the third bedroom is located on the ground floor, with an adjoining bathroom. All bedrooms offer sea views, with the master bedroom leading onto a patio overlooking the main beach and 180-degree views of the bay.
The kitchen is fitted with high-quality utensils and includes a fridge and freezer with water and ice dispenser, a gas stove, and coffee machine. The unit also boasts a beautifully appointed open-plan lounge and dining area with a huge fireplace. Other features include a laundry with washing machine and tumble-dryer, and a patio with a barbecue area for relaxed entertaining.
Beach: Located on the beach in Paternoster.
Minimum stay required two nights - out of season and mid season. Three nights - long weekends. Seven nights - high season.
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