Rates vary from as low as R990 to maximum R 4,000 per night depending on the time of year and length of stay. Rates are subject to change without prior notice.
Enjoy birdlife and nature from your balcony, amazing sunrise and sunset. Take a hike over dunes and beach and enjoy the fresh crisp clean air.
Paradise Beach is the West Coast’s best kept Secret…. unspoiled, safe, private and peaceful. Hikers and nature and bird lovers paradise. We are very centrally situated for exploring the other areas of the region like Paternoster, the West Coast National Park and the Bergriver.
Paradise Beach is adjacent to Club Mykonos holiday resort which is a Greek styled village built on the water’s edge and there are enough facilities to keep you busy for a while. They have a putt putt, kids play area, jungle gyms, casino, restaurants, bars, boat cruises, yachting and water sports. Laguna shopping mall is a mere 2 km away…Pick n Pay, Woolworth’s food, Checkers, Spur, Wimpy and the Daily coffee shop.. for all the freshest supplies you might need during your stay.
Water sports are a major attraction in Langebaan, and if you don’t have your own boat, yacht, jet-ski, kayak, wind or kite surfing equipment, they are all available for hire in central Langebaan. Our guests have access to our kayak, which is perfect for novices with safety jacket’s and paddle’s to try out on our beach. During Spring months, August and September it is a wildflower reserve.
West Coast National Park is a haven for lovers of ecology and nature and is a Ramsar site with a myriad of flora and fauna. The park is home to over 350 bird species and spans a great distance between Langebaan and Yzerfontein along the lagoon. Day visitors are welcome to drive, hike and cycle along the roads and paths to enjoy viewing birds in their natural habitat and watch the spring flower spectacle.
West Coast Fossil Park is an area where miners discovered preserved fossils that are millions of years old. Together with the Iziko Museum in Cape Town, a 14ha fossil-rich area within the mine property was declared a National Monument and the fossil park now brings the fascinating science of palaeontology to the public.