About Marebella Seafront Guesthouse
We invite you to experience the relaxed atmosphere at Marebella, where Mediterranean living meets South African hospitality. Stay in spacious luxury guest rooms on the seafront, overlooking the cliffs of De Kelders. Our rooms have 180-degree uninterrupted panoramic views of Walker Bay. Experience whale watching from your room and private terrace from June to November. De Kelders is quiet and peaceful - a nature lover's dream. Attention to design detail results in the successful blending of Mediterranean and Art Deco styles.
Our passion for light and space means few doors, wide archways and open-plan living. Designed to make the most of the sea views, floor-to-ceiling windows line the front of the house. The sundeck looks over the ocean and the Hermanus mountains.
Feel like Robinson Crusoe on the stretch of endless unspoilt sandy beach called Die Plaat. Gerhard will take you swimming in the natural rock pools and walking along the cliff path to explore the caves of De Kelders.
For the adventurous there is great white shark cage diving at Shark Alley, off the coast from Gansbaai; horse riding on the beach, scuba diving, 4x4 trips into the surrounding mountains and more.
Enjoy a glass of wine from our cellar and watch spectacular sunsets over to the Cape of Good Hope. Marebella is 30 minutes on the R43 from Hermanus, on the route to L’Agulhas and 3 km from the fishing village of Gansbaai.
Regret no children under 16 years. Check-in from 14h00 to 18h00.
Please contact us in advance to arrange check-in earlier than 14h00 or later than 18h00. Guests are kindly requested to check-out by 11h00 on day of departure.
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Things to do in and around De Kelders
(0.8 km from De Kelders)
Located in the middle of De Kelders, Stanford's Bay is a secluded cove that is perfect for a nice swim among the rocks. There is some grass further up from the sand and plenty of rocks for the kids to play on.
(7.9 km from De Kelders)
Klipgat Cave is one of the most important historical assets in the Western Cape. Excavations between 1969 and 1995 produced stone artifacts, preserved bone tools and human remains left by Middle Stone Age folk from 65 000 – 85 000 years ago. The...
(2.9 km from De Kelders)
Managed by Cape Nature, Walker Bay stretches along the coast from De Kelders to the Hermanus Lagoon. Walker Bay Nature Reserve offers much for the whole family. From wide beaches to sea caves, good fishing grounds to pretty fynbos and hiking...
(2.9 km from De Kelders)
Part of the Walker Bay Nature Reserve, Die Plaat is a long beach of pristine white sand and rocky limestone outcrops to the east. Access to the beach is via Normandie Street in De Kelders, and an entry fee is required. Permitted activities include...