Bed and Breakfast close to Beach:
Time by the seaside is the ultimate way to truly relax and cherish every second of freedom and time with loved ones. Gansbaai hosts some of the most pristine beaches that are perfect for strolls and holiday-making. Take a trip with a loved one or bring the family and relish time on a secluded beach complete with white sandy dunes and crisp blue water.
Gansbaai beaches offer the crux of a good holiday as you and your loved ones can run the length of these untouched beaches until your heart’s content. From splashing in the waters to building sand castles or exploring the grand sand dunes these beautiful places are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face. So what better way to enjoy a holiday than stay in a Bed & Breakfast close to the beach? Well the answer is that there isn’t much better. The B&Bs are well-kept, incredibly comfortable and as you choose between a more natural experience or a luxury holiday, you are guaranteed to find what you are looking for. The ambience of each B&B also varies; from chic to cosy there is something that will suit your style.
Going to bed with the lullaby of the ocean and waking up to the alluring smell of a prepared breakfast is the type of ‘holiday rhythm’ you can expect. The scrumptious breakfasts are normally made with local produce so that you can nibble on fresh delicacies whilst sitting on the deck with a fabulous ocean view. During whale season the view comes alive as Southern Right Whales frolic and play an arm’s length away. Few places in the world offer such exquisite sites whilst you devour a good meal. The site of mother and calf playing in the water in such close proximity will only tempt a return to this unique part of the South African coastline.
If you enjoy the thrill of impressive marine animals then you need only take a boat out to sea. The whales can be spotted from close-up and there is also the choice to go shark cage diving. Gansbaai is renowned as the Great White Shark Capital of the world! There is little else more exhilarating than venturing into the depths of the Atlantic to come face to face with this magnificent predator. Don’t fret about swimming in these waters however. The sharks are kept nice and full with the copious amount of seals that inhabit Dyer Island; there is not a record of a shark attack! So feel assured that it is safe to splash in these waters and have a good time.
This little town will amaze people with its stunning views, awe-inspiring sunsets and great outdoor adventures. So pack those bags and come down to a B&B by the sea!Read Less