From R400 per Unit

From R400 per Unit



2 Rooms: 1 double with en-suite shower, 1 twin with bath. Max 4 persons. Min 2-night stay.

When the family bought "the beach house" in 1954, the milk was delivered by bike. Kleinmond still feels like a sleepy little town, but it's hardly surprising that more have fled here since. The house is but a kite-tail's length from the sea, the blue Atlantic stretching forth beyond a strip of fynbos. You can choose to watch the whales passing by (from August to December) from two spots, the sea-side verandah or the upstairs bedroom. The latter runs from one side of the house to the other under a vaulted ceiling and ocean-side the walls stop and the glass starts, forming a small square sitting room jutting out towards the blue. Here there is a soft couch and a rocking chair, perfect for siestas, sunsets (and of course whale-watching.)

Downstairs is equally adorable. It feels a bit like a Nantucket Island house: white, light, airy and adorned with simple understated beach furnishings. Interior designers, nota bene! It is totally self-catering here, but walk a kilometre west and you'll find some untouristy cafés in the old harbour; a three-minute drive east will take you past a decent restaurant and miles of white, sandy, blue-flag beaches, perfect for kids, flying kites, swimming and walking.
Kleinmond, named after the small lagoon mouth at the sandy beach of Sandown Bay, offers much in the adventure category. The Kogelberg Nature Reserve near Kleinmond, is part of one of the two major core areas of the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve namely the Kogelberg Core and the Groenland Mountain Core.

From the time you head out on the R44 from Gordons Bay you will be taking a journey back to nature - a break that revitalizes body, mind and soul. This coastal drive is rated as one of the most beautiful in the world, with great granite mountains carpeted in proteas rising out of the sea. Here nestle the four coastal villages of Rooiels, Pringle Bay, Betty's Bay and Kleinmond, with not a cinema or traffic light between them.
There are troops of shaggy Chacma baboons, rock dassies and lynx, and even wild leopard live on The Crags. Birders from all over the world flock here to tick off "lifers" such as the bank Cormorant and Cape rockjumpers.
The Kogelberg Core, home to some 1650 plant species of which 77 are endemic, is one of the world's 'hot spots' of biodiversity, and often regarded as the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom.


    On Site Facilities

  • Self Catering

    Local Facilities

  • Bar
  • Beach
  • Biking
  • Fishing
  • Game Viewing
  • Golf Course
  • Hiking
  • Shopping/Curios


Additional Rates Info:
R1200 per night for two guests. R200 p.p.p.n. for additional guests. Children under 12: R200 Maximum 4 guests.

Additional guests

Sleeps 2

Date Unit Single PP Sharing
Month Year Wkend Daily Wkend Daily Wkend Daily
January 2019   R 400        
February 2019   R 400        
March 2019   R 400        
April 2019   R 400        
May 2019   R 400        
June 2019   R 400        
July 2019   R 400        
August 2019   R 400        
September 2019   R 400        
October 2018   R 400        
November 2018   R 400        
December 2018   R 400        

First two guests

Sleeps 2
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1 double with en-suite shower, 1 twin with bath.

Date Unit Single PP Sharing
Month Year Wkend Daily Wkend Daily Wkend Daily
January 2019   R 1200        
February 2019   R 1200        
March 2019   R 1200        
April 2019   R 1200        
May 2019   R 1200        
June 2019   R 1200        
July 2019   R 1200        
August 2019   R 1200        
September 2019   R 1200        
October 2018   R 1200        
November 2018   R 1200        
December 2018   R 1200        
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Rates last updated: 23 November 2018
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  • Average Response Time: 9 hours
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Sleeping-OUT's Guest Satisfaction Award. Based on reviews of establishments in Kleinmond, 96 Beach Road has been voted Best Establishment in Kleinmond for 2016Sleeping-OUT's Guest Satisfaction Award. Based on reviews of establishments in Kleinmond, 96 Beach Road has been voted Best Value for Money in Kleinmond for 2016


96 Beach Road, Kleinmond

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Guest Comments

An absolute peach of a weekend even though the wind blew gale force for most of it.
Nothing better than sitting upstairs with a good glass of red wine and just enjoying the view and spotting the odd whale or 2.
The house is just so peaceful and has all the amenities required for a longer stay.
A definite recommend if you plan to stay in Kleinmond. The town itself is a wonderful lazy town with lots to do and also lost of attractions nearby.
Also NO Water Restrictions !!!!

- Jed Brand19 Oct 2017

- Caroline Gardiner02 Aug 2017

We absolutely love 96 Beach Road - it's just the cutest house in the road. My only suggestion would be that the owners change the main bed to a queen size and one which is more comfortable. We will definitely be back for our piece of peace in Kleinmond.
- Lynn Bessick20 May 2017

A lovely house, with magnificent views. The house is well equipped, comfortable and wonderful for relaxing and enjoying the area. It is well located for both the beach and the harbour. The hosts were very helpful and accommodating.
- Lulu De Beer16 Aug 2016

Great location. Cosy house. Great for a chilled weekend away
- Eben Daniels08 Oct 2014

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