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Jane's Guest House offers outstanding 4 star Guest House accommodation and fully equipped self catering cottages and units for the discerning guest.
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The West Coast offers more scenic beauty and adrenaline thrills than you can ever imagine. Wild flowers in spring, whale watching, picnics, watersports, open-air eateries on the beach and sailing in the beautiful bay of Saldanha.
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There is simply nothing to beat the warmth and hospitality of the Cape West Coast and its people. Follow the R27 and take in the changing scenery as you leave behind the stresses of city life. From whale watching to wild flowers in spring, bokkoms, home baked bread and preserves, the finest accommodation and cuisine at Jane's Guest House in Saldanha on the Bay and you have a recipe for the best experience our Cape West Coast has to offer.


Saldanha on the Cape West Coast

Saldanha Bay is situated approximately 140Km from Cape Town on the picturesque West Coast Road (R27). The town of Saldanha Bay was built on one of the largest natural bays on our African coast, but development only truly got underway once a pipeline providing fresh water from the Berg River was laid to the town.

Saldanha Bay Harbour is renowned for its ability to handle amongst other commodities, the shipping of iron ore for which a dedicated railway line was built to transport iron ore from Sishen to Saldanha Bay for this very purpose.

Several industries have emerged and provide much needed employment for the local population as a result of the Saldanha Bay harbour including companies such as Namakwa Sands, Duferco and Sea Harvest.

Jacobsbaai on the Cape West Coast of South Africa

Jacobsbaai is a small picturesque fishing village situated between Vredenburg and Saldanha. Definitely not meant for the energetic adrenaline seeking adventurist.  Long lazy days on the beach are the order of the day in this beautiful bay.

Jacobsbaai is situated in an unspoilt area with no other town in sight. Surrounded by farmland, the sea and fresh air the many small inlets along its coast are just waiting to be explored. The West Coast regional architecture remains protected in the title deeds of the properties, which contributes to the character of the village with its simple white houses and large green belts between blocks of houses.


Langebaan on the Cape West Coast of South Africa

Langebaan is situated 120kms north of Cape Town and 25 km from Saldanha, on the edge of the pristine Langebaan lagoon, home to abundant bird life and sea creatures.

With more than 300 species of birds found around the lagoon of the West Coast National Park, Langebaan is a favoured destination for avid bird watchers.

The idyllic blue water and white beaches surrounding the Langebaan Lagoon is one of Langebaan's main attractions for water sport enthusiasts. The mild climate and protected waters of the lagoon make Langebaan popular for sailing, kayaking, kite surfing and fishing. The town offers several entertainment facilities, restaurants, pubs and coffee shops for holiday makers.

Paternoster on the Cape West Coast of South Africa

Paternoster is possibly the most scenic and romantic fishing village on the Cape West Coast, reminiscent of a typical Mediterranean seaside village. Azure blue waters, lime washed seaside cottages, delicious seafood delicacies from the ocean and crisp ice cold white wine complete the perfect picture.

The laidback tempo at which this magical seaside resort ticks will bring any city slicker back for more of the same.

The town which lies approximately 150km from Cape Town is home to more or less 1000 inhabitants who still today earn their living from the azure blue waters of the West Coast Ocean catching their quotas of crayfish. On a good day you can bargain for fresh West Coast Kreef (crayfish) on the roadside.

Redelinghuys on the Cape West Coast of South Africa

You may believe that Redelinghuys offers little by way of activities but take a break and spend a well earned rest away from the city to enjoy the scenic beauty of this hidden jewel.

Situated in the Bergriver sub-region (195 km from Cape Town) lies the village of Redelinghuys. Experience the magnificent beauty of the famous, protected Verlorenvlei which stretches from the upper reaches of Redelinghuys and flows into the Atlantic Ocean at Elands Bay.


Veldrif on the Cape West Coast of South Africa

This picturesque fishing village is where the mighty Berg River finds its way into the ocean. Birders and fishing hotspot, Velddrif offers ideal family fun for a day trip. Renowned for Bokkoms (salted and sundried harders), enjoy boating, sailing fabulous little art and antique shops as well as studios restaurants and interesting eateries along the banks of the river.

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This place is an inspiration to anyone wanting a peaceful lifestyle filled with beauty. Thank you for your kind hospitality.

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