About West Coast Life Lodges
West Coast Life Lodges offers countryside and beachfront accommodation with an edge. The beachfront accommodation has extraordinary sea views and is an idyllic setting a few meters from the water’s edge on a Fynbos-covered dune virtually 30 m from the high tide mark. The boardwalk is a few steps between you and a beautiful unspoiled white beach, overlooking the Langebaan Lagoon and panoramic sunset views from the patio. The astonishing views escalate even further when you enter the guest suites on the second and third floors. This makes for prime seats during the whale season, or to be the first to spot sea life, the rare oystercatcher or water sport enthusiasts
Some of the fully-equipped guest suites are located on the beachfront with floor-to-ceiling windows which allow for a 180 degree sea views and give access to shared balconies, and other’s to private balconies.Some suites, that is about 500 metres from the high tide mark, are referred to as our garden suites, but situated in a very upmarket setting with access to a pool table. Breakfast can be enjoyed in the main beachfront building where you check in.
Suites with a strong artistic vibe is available in our countryside accommodation, close to the nesting area of the rare black eagle, situated in a tranquil and peaceful setting.
Any of the West Coast Life Lodges are perfectly situated to either spend time on your own in the private and tranquil setting of the guest houses, or to engage in a variety of activities like visiting craft shops or the beachfront restaurants like Boesmanland Farmkitchen, LekkabydieSee or Marc’s Beach bar, or the sought after Mykonos yacht resort, with marine terrace and harbour restaurants and casino.
Dinner can be coordinated with West Coast Life’s office, should we receive your request prior to arrival or during breakfast. Kindly arrange with our check in desk.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling