About De Ware Jacob
Corona-virus: Fortunately, all our luxury cottages are separate from each other and this helps to maximize the social-distancing requirements. We have also taken several precautionary measures to deal with this concern.
Ware Jacob has four private separate luxury-cottages for guests that are fully equipped for self-catering, on a 2.4-hectare smallholding covered in fynbos.
The natural fusion of down to earth west coast living, combined with a touch of luxury, is what makes these cottages so special.
A short five-minute walk down a gravel road, and you have the ocean right at your feet. The property is able to accommodate up to eight adults and extra camp beds can be arranged for children. All bedrooms have double beds, white bed linen, bathroom towels and electric blankets for the colder months.
There are fireplaces both inside and outside so you will be assured of a wonderful time, no matter what the weather. A braai room with a large indoor fire place, bar counter, and full kitchen facilities opens onto a wooden deck with Jacuzzi and swimming pool, making this the perfect entertainment area for larger groups and families.
With little bays that are quiet and serene, large breakers crashing against the rocky coastline and a long white beach, Jacobsbaai has something that appeals to everyone. In spring time, the property and the entire town becomes a landscape bathed in flowers.
Family friendly: Large open space to run around and play. Farm animals to visit including: pot-belly pig, dwarf goats, chickens and geese
Romantic: The Luxury fisherman cottages are specially designed with an artistic touch for romantic get-aways. They are very private with own facilities like the indoor fireplace and outdoor barbaque (braai). Jacuzzi for cold winter nights.
Each cottage has its own private braai area. The Large Communal Braai Room can be booked at R300 per day only if one group has booked out all the Cottages.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling