Water's Edge Langebaan
About Water's Edge Langebaan
Water's Edge Self-catering Accommodation offers luxurious self-catering accommodation in the lovely seaside town of Langebaan. It is located on the beach and is convenient for guests who want to kite surf or visit restaurants and shops. Guests can walk out of the gate to the beach.
Water's Edge is a self-catering unit with an en-suite bedroom. The bedroom has a king-size bed and the bathroom has a shower and bath. A baby cot can be arranged upon request. There is a braai area, Wi-Fi, wheelchair access and secure parking.
Langebaan is just an hour and a half from Cape Town and there are many interesting towns in the area that can be visited such as Paternoster, Velddrif, Saldanha, Darling and Hopefield. Langebaan offers various activities such as water sports, golf and cycling at the Langebaan Outdoor Club, horseback riding on the beach and spa treatments. Guests can take the two double kayaks and paddle around Schaapeneiland to see the rich bird and marine life. The West Coast Fossil Park is just 20 kilometres away. Take a scenic drive through the West Coast National Park to the Posberg National Park to see the beautiful Namaqualand flowers.
Please note that only one vehicle and one boat are allowed on a carriage on the premises.
Beach: Water's Edge is situated right on the main beach. Walk our of the main gate and you are on the beach. Kite surfer's paradise. Beautiful views from your apartment and watch the beautiful sunsets from the deck.
Covid Safety Approved: We pledge to implement a high standard of hygiene and cleaning protocols to ensure the safest environment possible for our guests. We adhere to the industry safety protocols set out by the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA).
No pets. Parking for one car and one trailer or boat. No smoking in the apartment. Although there is a separate entrance, the apartment adjoins another apartment so please be considerate to others regarding noise after 10 pm.
Water's Edge Langebaan Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling