About Sir Lamberts Guest House
Situated in the tiny fishing village of Lamberts Bay, Sir Lambert's Guest House offers you a unique holiday at the West Coast, only two and a half hours drive from Cape Town. A warm welcome awaits you at Sir Lambert's, come and enjoy true friendly West Coast hospitality with owner Juanita. Only a short walk to the long pristine beaches.
Desert Flowers August and September; Bird Island, breeding ground of the Gannet and Cape Cormorant; 4x4 Trails and quad bike hire; Crayfish diving from November to April; Unspoiled beaches to explore. And our seafood restaurants are really different and unique. You can choose from eating at the beach, or Cedarburg style between the rocks. Alternately really enjoy the seafood specialties at restaurants in and around the harbour.
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Things to do in and around Lamberts Bay
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Elands Bay and the neighbouring villages of Redelinghuys, Velddrif and Aurora are magical destinations during the spring wildflower season. Meander along the quiet country back roads for amazing flower discoveries.
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Elands Bay beach is well known as a great surfing spot, particularly for the legendary left break. The pristine white sandy beach is seemingly endless, perfect for long walks and sun tanning. There are plenty of beach-based things to do and see...
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The beautiful historical Vensterklip Farm has a lovely cosy pub and restaurant built inside a 300-year-old barn! This pub teems with life and has an warm and welcoming Afrikaner atmosphere.
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Hidden in the caves above Baboon Point on the mountain above Elands Bay Beach are the most beautiful cave paintings. These were done by the Bushmen who lived in this area thousands of years ago. The University of Cape Town also has an archeological...