About Lambert's Bay Seafront
Located on the quiet side of town, Lambert's Bay Seafront accommodation enjoys the sounds of the waves as they crash against the rocks and the call of the gulls as they patrol the skies.
Accommodation offered consists of three self-catering units that each bask in the warm African sun and enjoy unobstructed sea views. Not only is accommodation well-furnished and equipped, convenience lies within a short stroll away from the local shops.
Bay Plaza is our other seafront accommodation units .
Lambert's Bay is a gem of a seaside village that owes its origins, to humble beginnings as a fishing village. The bay is also jam-packed with a variety of bird life and marine life that not only entertain tourists, have provided an internationally acclaimed Bird Island.
Stay between 15 May 2018 and 30 Sep 2018 and get 15% off.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 15 May 2018 and 30 Sep 2018)
Lambert's Bay Seafront Rooms
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