Steenbokfontein Sea Farm Accommodation consists of three lovely fully equipped self catering units situated on a unique West Coast farm only a few hundred meters from the sea.
The visitor can experience the following when visiting the farm and sleeping over:
Quiet and peaceful atmosphere with the sound of the waves breaking in the background.
Cool air from the sea and moderate temperatures during summer and winter with lots of sunshine.
Wild animals like steenbokkies, rabbits, and colourful birdlife such as peacocks, heath-cocks(Korhane), “heilige ibises”, crowned guinea- fowls, falcons and hadedas which welcome visitors in the morning and in the evening.
Historic caves where the University of Cape Town did research on earlier inhabitants and animal life.
Visit Simon’s Rock where Simon van der Stel spent the night at that time.
The sinking of the HMS Sybille near the beach at Steenbokfontein more than 100 years ago and the related family love story.
A labyrinth with a beautiful view over the rocky hills, “dassies”, farm and sea.
You can dive crayfish, catch fish and surf on the private beach opposite the farm.
One of the longest trains in the world can be viewed and heard on the nearby Saldanha/Sishen railway line.
We farm with potatoes, wheat and sheep which are managed based on Christian values and a healthy relationship with our employees.
Enjoy traditional boerekos, breakfasts, home baked bread and mussel soup made on a coal stove at the Plaaskombuis. Bookings are essential.
Steenbokfontein is situated 4 km south of the popular Muisbosskerm and 9km south of Lamberts Bay on the Lamberts Bay-Elands Bay road (538)
The 3 self-catering units each offers:
Spacious living area
Sleeping for six persons
TV with SABC1 and 2
Fully equipped kitchen with microwave, two-plate stove and fridge
2 Bedrooms with double beds
Outside braai built with Tafelberg sandsteen.
Safe parking, wash area for vehicles and lock-up facilities in the barn.
Costs per self-catering unit per night.
R600 for 2 persons
R100 per additional person.
Come and experience the hospitality of the West Coast and salt of the earth people.