LekkeBly Loft, a self-catering unit in Paternoster is 250 m from the main beach. The loft shares an entrance with the main house. A staircase leads to the loft that is tastefully decorated. The loft can accommodate 2 guests. Folding-sliding doors opens on a balcony with views on the natural vegetation and a glimpse of the sea. There is an outside braai area on the balcony. Off Street parking is provided.
First of all, LekkeBly is a bachelor pad, therefore the living area, kitchen and bedroom are in the open plan. The living area has a comfy couch with a wall-mounted flat-screen TV and a dining table. We offer DSTV with the hotel package. Another feature is the free Wi-Fi. The kitchen is equipped for self-catering. It contains a 2-plate induction stove, fridge-freezer, microwave, and cutlery and crockery. The bedroom area comprises a queen-size bed with bedlamps.
Above all, is there a full luxurious bathroom. The bathroom is fitted with a bath, shower, toilet and washbasin.
Paternoster is one of the oldest fishing villages on the West Coast of South Africa. It is situated 15 km north-west of Vredenburg and 145 km north of Cape Town. It is at Cape Columbine between Saldanha Bay and St Helena Bay. Paternoster is a sought after tourist destination. Paternoster is known for the white-washed fishermen’s cottages. The remarkable coastline of jagged cliffs and white boulders makes this one of the most beautiful beaches on the West Coast of South Africa.
The area has an array of interesting sea and wildlife to observe. Activities include whale, dolphin, seal and penguin watching as well as bird watching with over 225 bird species in the area.
Sporting activities range from kayaking, kitesurfing, snorkelling, scuba diving, kite flying, hiking, and for the brave – swimming in the cold West Coast water!
During spring the area is transformed into a floral paradise, with wild flowers growing everywhere forming the South-Western fringe of the famous flower carpets of Namaqualand.
Visitors can pay a visit to the Cape Columbine nature reserve. The reserve covers an area of 263 hectare along the rocky stretch of coastline. The bay, which is part of the reserve, has many picnic spots and braai facilities.
Cape Columbine light house is the last manually controlled lighthouse in South Africa. The lighthouse was built in 1936 on Castle Rock. The light cast a beam which is visible from about 50 km and is usually the first South African lighthouse seen by ships coming from Europe.