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Betsy Bed & Breakfast, Velddrif, Cape West Coast

Property type: Self - Catering Accommodation
Contact: Allison Hall
Address: No. 2 Betsy Street,
City: Velddrif
Postalcode: 7365
Phone: +27(0) 22 783 1018
Fax: +27(0) 86 693 4401
Mobile: +27(0) 82 8786 840
Daily prices Lowest: 50.00EUR Highest: 50.00EUR
Weekly prices Lowest: 350.00EUR Highest: 350.00EUR
Description:

Betsy B&B has two luxurious rooms with 2 single beds in each. Each bedroom has its own entrance/exit leading out via a glass sliding door to your own private courtyard. To enjoy the outside guests can enjoy their own BBQ/braai. There is sufficient packing and hanging space for the guest`s personal belongings. Clean and crisp bed linen and towels are provided. The en-suite bathrooms are very spacious, with a toilet, wash basin and shower. There is a kitchenette in each bedroom consisting of bar size fridge, kettle, microwave, cutlery and crockery. Breakfast can be provided should the guest enjoy the family atmosphere in the dining room, or cater for themselves in the kitchenette in the bedroom.

Location:
Betsy B & B is situated centrally on the Cape West Coast. Close the most wine routes and the wildflowers of Namaqualand. 140km North of Cape Town you will find the fishing town of Velddrif. Along the West Coast Road, R27, leading out of Cape Town to Velddrif, there are many attractions along the way. The Cape West Coast Peninsula consists of, Jacobsbaai, Langebaan where windsurfing enthusiasts enjoy surfing. The well known landmark of the Cape Columbine, the lighthouse. Tietiesbaai, an idyllic sun-tanning beach with white sands and turqouise waters, close by is Paternoster, also famous for crayfish. The town of Vredenburg where most of the shopping is done and 20km on is Velddrif and Laaiplek. The seemingly remote town Velddrif, which includes Laaiplek, Noordhoek, Port Owen and Dwarskersbos, looks somewhat peaceful and relaxed, but the sincerity of its inhabitants with their distinctive West Coast hospitality delights visitors who enjoy the natural beauty of this exceptional area. First time tourists often have the impression of a vast, dreary and dry landscape. This illusion remains only until they have experienced the wonders of the sea, rich bird life, white sand, flowers and beautiful river and waterways and then savoured their first seafoods such as harders, bokkoms, snoek or a fish "potjie". Velddrif and Laaiplek are situated on the banks of the Berg River estuary. The area is a birdlover´s paradise and renowned for the variety and number of inland, sea and marsh birds. Black eagles circle the peaks behind the village, sunbirds flit among the garden flowers and the European bee-eater is a regular visitor. Ecologically, the area is extraordinarily rich with a unique variation of fynbos. Most of the winter it is green and lovely, in summer very arid, but in early spring, when it rains, the countryside becomes a vast flower garden, a riot of yellow and white and lavender and orange.

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