About Die Herberg
Die Herberg offers comfortable self-catering accommodation in a guest house-type environment with a homely and welcoming atmosphere. Indulge yourself as you relax in comfort and enjoy this peaceful home. Die Herberg is situated in Jacobsbaai on the Cape West Coast.We offer large, fully equipped rooms with private entrances and alarm systems. We also offer a traditional West Coast breakfast, lunch and dinner that can be booked in advance. We cater for small group functions and conferences. Situated on a small holding, this elegant farmhouse has stunning sunset and sea views.
Conference Venues: We can comfortably seat and accommodate 30 people in our conference room. We supply the projector, whiteboard, and flip chard. Meals and refreshments are made on site in our well equipped kitchen and to your specific needs.
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Things to do in and around Jacobs Bay
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