A rustic diamond on the wild and beautiful West Coast, Strandkombuis is nestled in the dunes between a nature reserve and the longest beach in South Africa. This is a magical place in a world of its own; offering accommodation, a restaurant, a venue for weddings and events, and the perfect base for exploring this spectacular region.
We have 27 rooms - suites, doubles, twins, and family rooms; all with private, en- suite bathrooms. The decor is classic and simple; whitewashed walls with reclaimed wood features; all contributing to the effortless harmony of the venue.
Escape the urban sprawl; come and relax in this natural haven; fall asleep to the sounds of the ocean; catch sunrise over the salt pan, and after breakfast - which is included with all rooms - grab a coffee, hop over the dune, and take a stroll on South Africa's longest stretch of unbroken sandy beach...
Parking is free for guests, our reception is open 24/7, and we offer a 24-hour laundry service. Our restaurant and bar are normally open on Friday evenings and on Sunday lunchtimes, but we often open through the weekend, and we can accommodate most requests if we have advance notice.
We have free and unlimited high-speed wifi throughout the property. Smoking is not permitted indoors but there are designated areas outdoors. We are more than pet-friendly ! - but we recognise that not everyone loves your pets as much as we do, so please make sure your furry friends are well behaved.
There is wheelchair access to the main venues, and in some of the rooms; please let us know, when you book, if you need wheelchair access, and/or if you have any other requirements.
Beach: Strandkombuis is nestled in the dunes between a nature reserve and the beach.
Wedding Venues: We are a venue for weddings and events.
Please note that no meals are provided. Corporate guests can be provided with meal allowances for the nearby restaurant. No smoking in the rooms. The property is pet-friendly but kindly provide your pet with all its requirements and keep the room free of mess.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling