“One of the top 10 best places to stay in South Africa” Conde Nast House & Garden (October 2006)
Whaler’s Way is an exquisite beach house that is big on charm and small on environmental impact. The house is built on an entirely green footprint of reclaimed materials, solar panels, locally sourced finishes and rainwater harvesting. Ecological credentials lend authenticity to the understated rustic “French Settler” style that has been achieved with weathered beams, antique furnishings and fresh natural finishes.
With views stretching over the lagoon and beyond, swimming, bicycling, snorkelling, lazy days, Whalers Way is a 2 minute amble down to the lagoon. Tucked into the unique village of Churchhaven which is 1.5 hours from Cape Town in the wonderful West Coast national Park. A really perfect hideaway with absolutely no electricity!
sleeps 6 in total
3 bedrooms (1 en-suite)
gas hob and oven
wood-burning stove heater
No dogs are allowed into the West Coast National Park
NB: Only cell phones, computers, music players and the like can be used in the plugs. NO hair dryers/curling irons, or any other appliances are to be plugged in as this could cause permanent damage to the electrical system
Please remember: You must arrive no later than 18:30 in Summer and 17:30 in Winter. The gates close after that and no entrance is allowed into the National Park.
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