Quena is a spacious, tastefully furnished two bedroom house located on the magnificent beachfront cliffs of De Kelders near Gansbaai. The ideal retreat for you and your family and friends. We offer you two well appointed en-suite bedrooms with queen-sized beds, an inviting open plan living area with indoor braai and a modern kitchen equipped to whip up all those recipes you've been dying to try.
Gansbaai and surrounds offer local culinary gems waiting to be discovered. Be it fresh linefish, crayfish or perlemoen, prime steak or lamb or just a slow cappachino while taking in the fresh sea breeze. The choice is yours. Our friendly manager is more than able to assist you with dining options in the area.
The area offers land and sea based whale watching and shark cage diving. Top notch Kleinbaai based operators offer daily cruise and diving packages to suit every need. Why not take advantage of the local Fatbike and Horse trail offerings to explore the majestic countryside shrouded in Fijnbos. For those less adventurous there are numerous other attractions, including the Danger Point Lighthouse and HMS Birkenhead wreck memorial.
Beach: Quena is located on the rugged Walker Bay shoreline. Enjoy stunning views over the bay with the Kleinriver mountains in the distance. Considered one of the best land-based whale watching spots in the world
Family friendly: Our two en-suite bedrooms with queen-sized beds and single bed in the living area makes Quena perfect for two couples or a famil
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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...