About Paters Haven Self-catering and B&B
Paters Haven is located in the southern part of Paternoster, known as Bekbaai , where guests can experience the jewel of the West Coast in its entirety. The tranquil atmosphere and superb accommodation allow a blissful stay, with uncluttered beaches, fresh air and a relaxed pace that will have you invigorated in no time. Accommodation comprises of one Self-catering Unit sleeping up to four guests and two Bed and Breakfast Units sleeping two guests each.The Bed and Breakfast Units receive a hearty continental breakfast (not an English breakfast) while the Self-catering Unit is self catering . The Self-catering Unit features an indoor fireplace, an open-plan lounge, dining room and kitchen, and a private balcony with breathtaking sea views. The Bed and Breakfast Units both include a bar fridge , tea/coffee tray and DStv. The entire property enjoys free WiFi . Other activities in the surrounding area include the West Coast Fossil Park, Tietiesbaai Nature Reserve, Columbine Nature Reserve and Lighthouse, whale and dolphin viewing in season, wild flowers in season, kayak boat trips, and golf at Vredenburg Golf Course.
Beach: Located within 200 metres - The beach is safe -allows one to walk to the Light house and is a source of relaxation for old and young . Virtually all guests meander to the beach at some stage to enjoy a walk in the waters edge !
Romantic: Paternoster is a fishing village and the architecture reflects a specific ambience . We offer old world charm on the street with comfortable , practical clean and private accommodation for all guests
1. There is no facility for pets on the premises.
2 . No crayfish or abalone is allowed on the property - in accordance with current legislation and to curb criminality
3 . The number of guests allowed is restricted to the quotation and reservation quantities and in line with our child policy .
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling