Palm and Pebbles
About Palm and Pebbles
Palm and Pebbles is situated in Paternoster, Western Cape. Perfect for couples or families looking for a home away from home, just 200 meters from the beach and within walking distance of an array of amenities.
Our self-catering cottages, Palm and Pebbles, are comfortably furnished; each cottage self-contained with open-plan lounge, dinning room and kitchen. Living space opens out onto a patio with braai facilities.
Palm Cottage comfortably sleeps six and comprises of three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Main bedroom with en-suite and access to patio. Pebbles sleeps four and comprises two bedrooms both en-suite.
Stay for 3 nights and only pay for 2 nights between 21 May 2018 and 31 Jul 2018.
- 3 night min stay (check-in between 21 May 2018 and 31 Jul 2018)
- Book before 16 Jul 2018 to receive this special.
Check in time: 14h00
Check out time: 11h00
Palm and Pebbles Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Paternoster
(4.8 km from Paternoster)
Trip up the spiral staircase of Cape Columbine Lighthouse and gaze at jaw-dropping views of the formidable Britannia reef and Atlantic Ocean. Fortress-like and spectacularly situated on a windswept headland, Cape Columbine Lighthouse is usually the...
(0.5 km from Paternoster)
If you’ve ever been to Paternoster, the standout will be the endless stretch of deserted white sandy beach. Think spectacular sunsets, succulent West Coast seafood, brightly painted wooden boats and friendly fishermen. Paternoster happily remains...
(0.6 km from Paternoster)
Come and enjoy the beauty of the West Coast on horseback with Drikus Horse Trails. There are various horse trails upon request, both for experienced and novice riders. From '1 hour' trips to weekend party trips, you'll find something that will...
(11.2 km from Paternoster)
This beautiful beach boasts magical scenery and a typical Cape West Coast feel, with a pristine stretch of whit sand, tiny shell-strewn nooks, and beautifully etched rocky areas. Swimming and diving is very popular here.