La Baleine Luxury Accommodation & Conference Centre
The South African West Coast is a “Way Of Life” which only the West Coast locals can teach us. Laid back sunny days, long lazy walks on the beach, a glass of crisp white wine and succulent crayfish to nibble on while the sun sets. Does life get better than this? Yes … at La Baleine Luxury Accommodation & Conference Venue situated on the beach in Paternoster on South Africa’s West Coast, where we offer luxurious accommodation with the magnificent sea views.
LA BALEINE LUXURY Accommodation AND CONFERENCE CENTRE OFFERS YOU
- Luxurious 4 star beach front Accommodation
- Magnificent sea views
- Luxurious furnishings and fittings
- Beautiful bathrooms
- Underfloor heating
- Fully equipped designer accommodation fitted with dishwasher, microwave, washing machine
- Underfloor heating in all units and fireplaces in some
- Television (DSTV)
- BBQ facilities
- Conference facilities
La Baleine Luxury Accommodation and Conference Venue is situated 1 hour and 40 minutes drive from Cape Town on the West Coast road (R27), just 15 kilometres from the town of Vredenburg.
Paternoster is central to major West Coast tourist attractions including the West Coast National Park, the coastal towns of Langebaan, Lamberts Bay, Yzerfontein, Saldanha Bay, St Helena Bay, Vredenburg and action adventure activities, La Baleine is therefore your ideal base from which to explore the West Coast.
ABOUT THE WEST COAST AND PATERNOSTER
Rich in history and natural resources, a trip to the West Coast is certainly not to be missed. Wide open spaces and the revitalizing ocean spray of the West Coast waves invigorate the mind, body and soul.
Meet an eclectic fusion of inhabitants who delight in entertaining new visitors to their coast, always eager to introduce you to the local delicacies of snoek and korrel konfyt, "bokkoms" (salted, sun dried mullet) and crayfish.
Paternoster has its origins as a typical West Coast fishing village where you can take an early morning stroll along the beach and watch the locals put out to sea in their crayfish "bakkies" (small fishing boats) to earn their living from the azure blue waters of the West Coast. Wait a while and you'll be lucky enough to purchase a fresh crayfish or two (in season of course) upon their return from the sea or a fresh line fish for the braai.