I was recently approached to shoot a B&B in the heart of Kommetjie. Here are just a couple of photos of the elegant interior of this 4 star accommodation. To welcome you is Henobi Pretorius, who has been running the business for quite some time and is pretty much hands-on with service. If you are looking for breathtaking views and luxurious rooms and delicious breakfast, then this certainly is the place for you. Warm, friendly hospitality awaits you, as well as one of the most beautiful beaches that stretches all the way to Noordhoek.
A little background on Kommetjie –
Kommetjie’s name means “Little Bowl” and is named after the circular bowl-like sea basin ”Die Kom” which forms the heart of this quiet rustic seaside village. Once you experience Kommetjie, it remains an unforgettable experience and lingers in your memory.
Kommetjie is also home to many surfers who frequent the beach as well as kite surfing. Crayfish (Cape Rock Lobster) is King in Kommetjie and birdlife is one of the greatest highlights for bird watchers. South Africa’s tallest cast iron lighthouse – the Slangkoppunt Lighthouse is also another tourist experience that shouldn’t be missed. Take a tour and climb to the top to see Cape Point Nature Reserve and Hout Bay .
Imhoff Farm is just before Kommetjie on the right and there you will find camels which are very popular for camel rides. The farm boasts a restaurant, tea room and lovely country produce as well as a variety of crafts. Kids can enjoy the farmyard and snake park.
There are many more adventures to be enjoyed in Kommetjie.
To check out House of Braganza, click on the link: http://www.houseofbraganza.co.za/