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About Gansbaai Boarding Lodge

We are situated in the middle of town with a stunning view overlooking the harbour. We have nine rooms and are situated in the beautiful Gansbaai.

Upstairs there are three rooms which are bed and breakfast suites. There are two twin/king style rooms and one twin style room and three dorm style rooms . There is also one self-catering unit on the lower floor. The ground floor also has a beautiful veranda and is the common room where we gather to enjoy breakfast and a chef's selection of lunch and/or supper depending on demand. We also have qualified hiking and tourist activity guides so you can trust us to make your stay unforgettable. Our in-room facilities include a coffee/tea station, French tub, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, a safe, and a balcony.

Gansbaai is a fishing town and popular tourist destination in the Overberg District Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa. It is known for its dense population of great white sharks and as a whale-watching location. Other attractions include Diving with Great White Sharks, 4x4 Trails, De Kelders Drip Cave, Strandveld Museum, amd Klipgat se Plaat.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: an hour
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Bed and Breakfast
  • Sleeps: 30
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM

Facilities

  • Wheelchair Enabled
  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Wi-Fi
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans
* Please enquire for further details.

Important Information

Check-in time: 14:00.
Check-out time: 11:00 (unless arranged at front desk).
No loud music, no excessive drinking, no smoking and no pets.

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Gansbaai Boarding Lodge is 1.5km from the centre of Gansbaai , the nearest airport 107.9km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling