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About Old Mill Beach Cottage

Old Mill Beach Cottage is a unique Atlantic West Coast gem. Experience this expertly decorated beach cottage with picture perfect sea views set only 30 meters from the high-water mark.

The house has two spacious bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is an open-plan kitchen and living area, which leads out onto the patio, where you can find the outdoor braai area. The upstairs bedroom has a balcony that overlooks the sea. One single bed in lounge area. Full DSTV.

Port Nolloth is an ideal place for a quiet getaway. The beach is great for walks, snorkeling and bird watching. Other activities include visiting the local museum, the historical jetties, the Willem Koegelenberg Park and many great restaurants.

Prices: 2 Persons R930.51, 4 Persons R1051.36. In Season Price R1474.32. Max people including children over 2 years, 5 people
No cleaning services after book in. No wireless Available.
Please note no Parties, or social gathering or social function functions in house permitted.
Easter Weekend Minimum stays 3 nights
Please note December bookings Minimum stay 6 nights. Easter Weekend Minimum stays 3 nights Book in time NO LATER than 20.00H

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 3 hours
  • Minimum stay: 2 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 5 Reviews


  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Parking on Premises
* Please enquire for further details.

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Reviews for Old Mill Beach Cottage

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Hester Van Rooyen
02 June 2017

It is near the oceaan with nice views which I loved.

Michelle Davids
22 March 2017

Old Mill Beach cottage was our home away from home! Everything was just WOW!

Callie Kruger, South Africa
06 January 2016

On arrival and first impressions, it was rather charming, and nicely decorated.  The rooms were spacious and had the necessities.  Unfortunately the kitchen was not up to standard. The glasses were dirty and sticky and so were the knives and forks. The tea/coffee mugs were chipped.  Unacceptable.The wash line was in the back garden which was in a shocking state.  Really unpleasant stepping on garden refuse and rubble to hang the washing.  What was otherwise a pleasant stay, it was marred by the less than desirable kitchen and outdoor area.

Lynette Cockrell, South Africa
31 December 2015

Lovely littel place.  Enjoyed our stay very much

Wony Diergaardt, Namibia
02 November 2015

Beautiful house, fulle equiped, very neat, lovely view. Highly recommended.

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Old Mill Beach Cottage is 3.4km from the centre of Port Nolloth , the nearest airport 334.9km (Keetmanshoop Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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