Berg en Zee Guesthouse Description
This beautiful 4-Star beach venue is run by the owner, Jackie MacGregor, who is always on hand to ensure that each day spent at Berg en Zee will be a special one. The six guest rooms each have a private balcony from which you can watch the waves lap up onto the beach. Our unparalleled views stretching across False Bay towards Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak are in great demand among visitors to Gordon’s Bay. You can also enjoy the vista of the Hottentots Holland mountain range. The rooms are extremely spacious and all have a sitting area and en-suite bathroom with bath and shower. No two rooms are the same. They are all furnished and decorated in keeping with the style of this imposing building. There are three double rooms and three family rooms (which can easily accommodate four people). The wine cellar has been converted into a dedicated guest lounge with a TV and DVD player and a selection of movies.
Nestling at the foot of the Steenbras mountain on the edge of the inviting waters of False Bay, our guest house offers spectacular sea and mountain views. 2 mins walk from Bikini Beach, 5 mins from shops and restaurants. Gordon's Bay offers whale watching, shark-cage diving, hiking, boat trips and great restaurants. Berg en Zee is ideally placed in the heart of the picturesque village of Gordon's Bay. The attractive bay is used as a small-craft harbour, where luxury yachts and cabin cruisers bob in tightly packed lines. With its many outdoor cafes and restaurants, the Mediterranean atmosphere of Gordon's Bay is popular with holidaymakers. All of these are a short stroll along the beach from our door. The white sandy beaches make it a chosen destination for bathing and water sports. Berg en Zee is two minutes' walk from the well-known Bikini Beach, a particular favourite with sunbathers because the harbour wall shelters it from most winds.
Berg en Zee Guesthouse Directions
135 Beach Road Gordon's Bay 7140 Cape Town From Cape Town and Cape Town International Airport: •Proceed east along the N2 in the direction of Somerset West. •Pass through 5 traffic lights. Proceed with the N2 still going east. •Pass a Shell filling station on the Right hand side. You are now fairly close to the turn-off. •Look out for the intersection with traffic lights and a large signboard with an arrow right to Gordon’s Bay. Turn Right at this intersection. •This turn-off is approximately 50km from Cape Town and 40km from the airport. You are now on a smaller road, the M165s. •Continue for about 4.5km until you reach the main junction at Faure Marine Drive, R44. Take your time at this intersection as it can be a little tricky here. •You need to proceed straight OVER this junction even though it looks like a T-junction, as if going into the parking bays in front of the Leapfrog office ahead slightly on your left. •Swing left into Watt Street. (The road is not visible from the stop street until you cross Faure Marine). •Nearly there! Turn immediately right at Van der Byl. Left at the T-junction at the Sunset Spur. You are on Beach Road. Wind your way along Beach Rd for almost 1km. See Hahn Rd on your left with our sign “Berg en Zee”.