About Die Skuur
Die Skuur is located in the West Coast town of Langebaan. It is just under an hour and a half’s drive from Cape Town and is close to various other interesting towns, such as Lambers Bay, Jacobs Bay and Yzerfontein.
This is a three-bedroom house and each room has a lovely view of the lagoon. There are en-suite bathrooms, a living and dining area, and a fully equipped kitchen. The kitchen has a fridge, an oven and a microwave. There is also a braai area around which guests can spend their evenings.
Guests can drive through the West Coast National Park, a short drive from the house, and view the wonderful birdlife or have a drink at the Geelbek restaurant situated within the park. Langebaan's beachfront has a couple of restaurants from where guests can admire the kite surfer’s skills while enjoying their meal.
Die Skuur Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Langebaan
(0.6 km from Langebaan)
Langebaan’s main beach is long, wide, white and sandy, providing an amazing launch spot for numerous lagoon-based watersports. This family friendly, safe beach is right in the centre of Langebaan and is easily accessible. The main road leading to...
(0.5 km from Langebaan)
Come experience horse riding through the West Coast Fossil Park and enjoy the splendors of the West Coast on horse back. Windstone has extremely well behaved horses for any level and can teach you all the basics for an enjoyable trail ride. Take...
(2.8 km from Langebaan)
Langebaan Country Estate features a beautiful 18-hole golf course, set amongst the splendid natural surroundings of Langebaan, teeming with flowers and wildlife. This Gary Player inspired course will provide a good challenge to players of all skill...
(0.9 km from Langebaan)
Langebaan Lagoon is a salt-water body of water which has been the main attraction for visitors and residents of Langebaan alike. It's soft white sands make for excellent swimming and water sports of many varieties. On a windless day, put your kayak...