Dune Rose

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Listing Category: Accommodation and Self Catering

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  • If you want to break away from the rush of the city to relax in peace, privacy and tranquility, visit Dune Rose in Yzerfontein on the West Coast. Yzerfontein is an unspoilt fishing village on South Africa’s west coast, which typifies the natural beauty and simplicity of the area. The town is laid out around a rocky sea scape and harbor and is best known for its tranquility, west coast hospitality, Sixteen Mile Beach, spring flowers and breathtaking views.

    Dune Rose is a 1 hour drive from Cape Town on the West Coast Road. The house is only 2 meters away from the beach, 3 km from the local shops and 4 km from surrounding beaches and restaurants. Dune Rose has 4 bedrooms, 3 double rooms with en-suite bathrooms and 1 room with 2 single beds. Ideal for 8 people, friends or family. There is a beautiful open plan kitchen/lounge/dining room and wine cupboard. The cozy built-in wood fireplace in the dining room is stocked for those chilly winter evenings. The main bedroom has a gas fireplace and private balcony that overlooks uninterrupted sandy beaches.

    Enjoy the breathtaking views from the patio which has a built-in braai area and outdoor furniture. 

You can enjoy whale watching in spring, surfing & water sports, fishing, bird watching, hiking, game viewing and the magnificent wild flowers in Spring time. You can explore the coastline along white sandy beaches, take a boat trip to Dassen Island or explore the abundant sea life in the many shallow rock pools.

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  • Type Of Accommodation: Rooms
  • Amenities In Rooms (May differ in rooms):
    • Queen Size Bed
    • Double Bed
    • Single Bed
    • No smoking in rooms
    • En-suite bathrooms
    • Shower
    • Bath
    • DSTV Premium
    • Coffee and Tea
    • Fire Place
    • Kitchenette
    • Microwave
    • Fridge
    • Washing machine
  • Other Facilities:
    • Garden
    • Non smoking
    • Daily service
    • Laundry
    • Braai Area
    • Safe Parking
    • Pet friendly
  • Other Facilities Onsite:
    • Jogging
    • Cycling
    • Hiking
    • Birding
    • Nature Walks
  • Other Facilities Nearby:
    • Beach
    • Jogging
    • Cycling
    • Hiking
    • Birding
    • Nature Walks
    • Wine Routes
    • Wine Tasting
    • Wine Cellars
    • Angling
    • Adventure Activities
    • Snorkeling
    • Golf
    • Shops
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    Darling Wine Route

    Although traditionally part of the Swartland, Darling is now a demarcated wine district and home to her own wine route, including five wine cellars all of which benefit from the cool breezes off the Atlantic Ocean and the long, hot summers to produce some stunning wines with concentrated flavor, depth and intensity.

    Langebaan Golf Course
    Country Club is a links-type course, designed as a figure 8 winding around residential stands. Located on the unspoilt Cape west coast about 70 minutes drive from Cape Town, the elegant clubhouse offers panoramic views of the 15km (9.3 miles) long Langebaan lagoon, which is part of the West Coast National Park and Saldanha Bay harbour.

    Tribal Discoveries at !KHWA TTU
    !Khwa ttu ('water pan') is an 850 Ha expression of the San kinship. This indigenous Southern African minority group has only 6700 San people living in South Africa today although genetic evidence places them as possibly the earth's first ever human inhabitants.

    West Coast Fossil Park
    Contrary to the way the West Coast looks today, millions of years ago the area was dominated by riverine forests and wooded savanna, and animals that today are long extinct wandered the land. We know this because phosphate mining operations at Langebaan during the late 1950s exposed one of the richest fossil sites the world has ever seen, and since then the bones of some 200 different kinds of animals, some of them hitherto unknown to the world of science, have been recovered.

    West Coast National Park
    Just inland from the secluded harbour of Saldanha Bay one finds the azure waters of the Langebaan Lagoon, focal point of the West Coast National Park. Thousands of seabirds roost on sheltered islands, pristine golden beaches stretch endlessly into the early morning mist and brooding salt marshes are home to vast concentrations of migrant waders from the northern hemisphere.