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About At Whale-phin Guest House

Whale-Phin is situated in Reebok on a dune overlooking the Indian Ocean and the adjacent "Fynbos" reserve, only 5 minutes walk from our safe and clean beach. We are 14 km from Mossel Bay town centre, 25km from George Airport, 95km from Knysna and 82 km from Oudtshoorn, this makes Whale-Phin the ideal base camp to explore the Garden Route. Mossel Bay, the Western Cape's Town of the Year 2007/8 awaits your arrival. Botlierskop Private Game Reserve, with 4 of the big 5, is only 9.2km away. Mossel Bay is the mecca of water sports in the Western Cape enjoy it all or just relax by doing nothing at all. To enjoy it all book at least 5 days.

We offer 5 en-suite double bedrooms of which 2 are also used for self-catering. All our rooms are fully equipped and serviced daily. The three B+B rooms on the centre level have direct access to the dining room and balcony overlooking the ocean. The two self-catering/B+B rooms at the bottom have garden entrances and direct access to the sun deck. A barbeque (braai) facility is adjacent to the self-catering units. Good restaurants nearby. Free WiFi, card facilities available, TV in all rooms. Non-smoking guesthouse.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Response Time: 12 hours
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 10
  • Check-in: 02:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 15 Reviews

Facilities

  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Braai/Barbecue

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans
* Please enquire for further details.

Room availability and prices

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Reviews for At Whale-phin Guest House

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Sindi Dlamini, South Africa
18 August 2015

I enjoyed the stay, the breakfast and the views.

Ian Meyer, England
03 March 2015

Stayed as a stopover on the garden route. place was clean and comfortable, very quite and in the morning was treated to a great breakfast with all the birds of the area at the feeders in the garden and a sea view made this a place to relax before moving on.

Jeethu thomas, South Africa
15 January 2015

Small rooms, but a nice place to stay. Excellent view, very tranquil.

janet swart, South Africa
25 January 2014

Louis and Joy could not have been nicer. Stunning view with lovely premises and superb breakfast!!!

Kim Goosen, South Africa
03 September 2013

Lovely place to stay, very neat and comfortable. Louis and Joy really go out of their way to make you feel at home and comfortable. Would definitely recommend this accommodation and also has an absolutely fantastic view.

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At Whale-phin Guest House Map

At Whale-phin Guest House is 11.8km from the centre of Mossel Bay , the nearest airport 26.5km (George Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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