About Melkbosstrand Bed and Breakfast
The seaside suburb of Melkbosstrand offers tranquil surroundings just a short distance away from the ocean. It is also home to Melkbosstrand Bed and Breakfast, a great holiday choice to couples visiting this coastal part of Cape Town.
This lovely house has five luxuriously decorated guest rooms, of which all have double beds and en-suite bathrooms. Each air-conditioned room has a TV, a bar fridge and a private entrance. These rooms are serviced daily for added convenience.
A delicious breakfast is included in our rates. Guests can then explore this scenic area by visiting well-known attractions such as the V&A Waterfront, Grand West Casino and the Canal Walk Shopping Centre. Guests could also visit one of the many beaches to experience a memorable seaside sunset.
Beach: Located within walking distance to the beach.
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Things to do in and around Melkbosstrand
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The first West Coast beach you will encounter on leaving Cape Town is Melkbos. Perfect for long, lazy walks and safe swimming, Melkbos Beach offers beautiful views of Robben Island and Table Mountain. The sunsets are stunning. Good surfing...
(5.3 km from Melkbosstrand)
Eskom controls 3000 ha of West Coast around the Koeberg Nuclear Power Station. In keeping with both Eskom's environmental policy and national conservation trends, Eskom has decided to open this property to the public. Grysbok, Steenbok and the...
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The Dikkop Trail is a 13 km circular walk through the dunes and fynbos and a 2 km walk along the beach. The walk is at its most beautiful in spring, when the wildflowers are in bloom.
(6 km from Melkbosstrand)
This two-hour walk starts at the Koeberg Visitor Centre. Part of the walk is along the beach and passes a salt marsh, rich in bird life. The trail leads you around the main reactor, heading for the beach on the Cape Town side.