Arniston Seaside Cottages

Address: Huxham street, Bredasdorp, Western Cape, 7280 , South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Huxham street, Bredasdorp.
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      Travel Blogs from Bredasdorp

      A Cape escape from the sea fret

      A travel blog entry by coughlantravel on Mar 14, 2015

      4 photos

      ... my book too - The Rosie Effect (sequel to The Rosie Project and equally insightful and enjoyable!).

      Dinner tonight at a fish shack on the harbour car park. No frills, but great food. And another walk home that took much longer than necessary - it was 15 mins along a boardwalk on the beach - very little light pollution, and walking with your neck craned back to look at the stars is a slow thing!

      On to Hermanus ...

      Haarlem here we come

      A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Apr 08, 2014

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... that was, although they were aware of Haarlem (Harlem) in the USA. They found it interesting to learn that both Haarlem and Harlem where taken from the Dutch city of Haarlem.

      Later that day we entered Oudtshoorn with its sister city of Alphen aan de Rijn. The original spelling was Oudshoorn which was a town now part of that Dutch town.

      Oudtshoorn was and still is famous for its Ostrich farms. It still has the world highest ...

      Green, green grass and wine country

      A travel blog entry by missbridgee on Oct 04, 2013

      9 photos

      ... biltong and ice cream! Perfect last day in Cape Town all ready for the garden route. We took off for the garden route the next day, venturing along the coast and stopping in all the beautiful bays. Our first stop was the southern most point in Africa where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet. Very windy and a little chilly but a beautiful walk around the coast. We stayed in a funky backpackers, yes no more tents! And had ostrich sausages, which where ah ...

      Shipwreck

      A travel blog entry by roberton on Jan 15, 2013

      2 comments, 8 photos

      When we walked along the coast where the Indian and Atlantic oceans collide we found a shipwreck. It was a Chinese ship and looking at the size of it, it was about one third of the actual size of the ship, the other two thirds are probably out at sea. I went for a climb up the left side onto the deck and the first thing I really noticed was two hole leading to the lower deck that were full of water. There wasn't much left except a few rusty pipes. I didn't climb onto the roof because 1. ...

      Hermanus and beautiful Grootbos

      A travel blog entry by travellingadam on Mar 13, 2011

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... Manor which is about 5mins walk from the blue flag beach and has some of the best whale viewing with three decks. I am met by Kobus the owner and he explains the area and his view of it. Nice guy and very eager to please, he makes me sit down for a proper English breakfast and a chance to read through his guest comment book. All his rooms are booked so I can't see them but he tells me that 1 is the best for sea views. While eating my huge breakfast I am able to ...