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A deluxe guesthouse in the quaint, tranquil village of Arniston only 450 m from the beach and historical fishing harbour. Arniston is a national monument and the only remaining historic fishing village in South Africa.Your Hosts, Ade and Jill Penny look forward to welcoming you to our home.  This historical fishing village is the ideal place to come if you would like to swim, bird watch, fish, soak up the sun, go wine tasting, visit nature reserves and simply laze about. All rooms are offered on a bed & breakfast basis and are equipped with air-con, a Nespresso coffee machine...

Price @ from R 1250 per Unit per Night

 

A deluxe guesthouse in the quaint, tranquil village of Arniston only 450 m from the beach and historical fishing harbour. Arniston is a national monument and the only remaining historic fishing village in South Africa.
Your Hosts, Ade and Jill Penny look forward to welcoming you to our home.  This historical fishing village is the ideal place to come if you would like to swim, bird watch, fish, soak up the sun, go wine tasting, visit nature reserves and simply laze about.

 

Accommodation



All rooms are offered on a bed & breakfast basis and are equipped with air-con, a Nespresso coffee machine, kettle, hairdryer, international plugs with USB, Wi-Fi and a safe.

Honeymoon Suite x1:

This suite sleeps two in a King-size bed and has an en-suite bathroom with a shower.

Deluxe Queen (Wheelchair Friendly) x1:

This room has an extra length Queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom with a wheelchair friendly shower, toilet and basin.

Deluxe Queen x4:

These rooms have an extra length Queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom with a shower.


Facilities


Extra length Queen beds
Custom made furniture
Nespresso coffee machines
Kettles
Mini bar fridge
International multi plugs with usb
AC
Wi-fi
One honeymoon suite with private garden
One wheelchair friendly room
Full restaurant
Lounge with satellite TV
Pool

 

Breakfast & Dining


A la carte and or table d’hote for lunch and dinner.

Andrew Read trained as a chef in Durban, South Africa. He traveled and worked in the United Kingdom, Ireland and British Colombia, working in pubs, hotels, hotel barge-boats, restaurants and even a tree-planting camp. A large portion of his career has been at game lodges, where he enjoyed regular interaction with the guests.

Andrew’s main flavour influences are from Mexico, Morocco, India and Asia. He loves cooking generous and hearty dishes with taste being foremost over complicated styles and components.
He completed a Graphic design and photography course while taking a break from the hospitality industry.

We look forward to sharing our food experience with you.

 

Attractions & Activities


Arniston cave/Waenhuiskrans (wagon house cave) – accessible only at low tide through a small opening beneath a rocky overhang.

Die Mond – a coastal nature reserve established in 1986, visitors can picnic along side the river and explore the hiking trails. It is a prime fishing spot.

De Hoop – is a World Heritage site, home to the Cape Floral Kingdom with an estimated 1500 species. You can also see the rare bontebok, Cape mountain zebra, yellow mongoose and over 260 species of birds. Great for whale watching from June – September. Beautiful hiking trails.

Shipwreck museum Bredasdorp – 22km’s away is full of treasurers such as figure heads, life boats, porcelain, anchors, old bottles and coins from shipwrecks such as the Arniston, Wafra, Maori and many more.

Cape Agulhas lighthouse – situated at the southernmost tip of Africa, was the third lighthouse to be built in South Africa in 1849, this is where the warm Indian Ocean and the cold Atlantic Ocean meet. The light keepers house is now a museum and restaurant.

Cape Agulhas wine route (approx. 45 km’s from Arnsiton)– visit estates such as Black Oyster Catcher, The Berrio, Strandveld, Zoetendal and others for wine tastings.

Elim – established in 1824 by German missionaries as a Monrovian mission station.

Hiking Trails
Sterna trail – Die Mond 7km’s
De Hoop - 5 day trail with self catering accommodation
Spookdraai trail – Agulhas 2 hours

Mountain biking
De Hoop Nature Reserve
Town of Napier
We are bike friendly, with lock-up facilities for riders who want to stay over night.

 

Contact Details

 

Phone: +27 (0) 28 4459010

Cell: +27 (0) 71 4186209

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: www.blueskyguesthouse.co.za

 

 

 

 





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 








 

 

 

 

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