A modern luxury guesthouse, 65onCliff offers some of the Cape Whale Coast’s finest views across Walker Bay to the Kleinrivier Mountains and is one of the best land based whale watching locations in the world.
With only four guest rooms, all with panoramic sea views, 65onCliff is great place to relax and recharge your batteries or as a base to take advantage of all that the Overberg and this special part of the Western Cape has to offer.
Featuring some of the Cape Whale Coast’s finest views across Walker Bay to the Kleinrivier Mountains, 65onCliff, a De Kelders guest house, offers one of the finest whale watching locations in the world.
Whether you intend to relax and recharge your batteries or are looking for activities to fill your day, this modern luxury guesthouse is perfectly situated to take advantage of all that the Overberg and this special part of the Western Cape has to offer.
Start your day at 65onCliff with a cup of coffee or tea on your own sea-facing balcony or enjoy a relaxing breakfast on the deck or in our comfortable dining area.
Less than 2 hours from Cape Town and close to Hermanus, the guest house is perfectly located for any east coast adventure. From hiking through the Fynbos of Fernkloof nature reserve to enjoying some of the world’s best Great White shark cage diving, there is something for everyone in the area.
With only four guest rooms, all sea facing, you will be guaranteed peace and tranquility with an unmatched level of service.
Southern Right whales may be viewed from your room most days from June to December, while Bryde’s and Humpback whales and dolphins may be spotted throughout the year. While De Kelders offers some of the finest land-based whale watching in the world, for the more adventurous, Great White shark cage diving is only 10 minutes away.
Cape Agulas, the southernmost tip of Africa is less than one hour away and with many vineyards within an easy drive, De Kelders is a great place to while away a few days.