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Kom Dudu B&B is situated on the South African West Coast in the peaceful town of Dwarskersbos, only 150km from Cape Town. It is a place with an abundence of indigenious fauna and flora, away from the hussle and bussle of the big city. Here one can get close to nature again. Miles of unspoilt beaches stretch as far as the eye can see. Quiet strolls along the beach can be enjoyed in this picture perfect setting. The calm seas offer ideal opportunities for aquatic recreation. Kom Dudu B&B offers a choice of rooms or self-catering units. All the facilities have an unspoiled sea view and the beach is just a stone's throw away. Come and enjoy our natural heritage and breathtaking views where a relaxing time is guaranteed!

Facilities and Rates

Accommodation (no breakfast):
  • Double room with bathroom (max 2 persons) - R350 per room (sharing) or R250 p.p.p.n. single.
Self-catering units:
  • Small ground floor unit - double room with bathroom and with kitchen area consisting of hotplate, toaster, kettle and bar fridge (max 2 persons) - R300 per unit per night.
  • Family unit number one in attic - main bedroom with double bed, single bed and en suite bathroom, kitchenette, lounge area with single bed (max 4 persons) - R500 per unit per night.
  • Family unit number two in attic - main bedroom with double bed, single bed and en suite bathroom, kitchenette and lounge area (max 3 persons) - R500 per unit per night.
  • Luxury family unit number one on ground floor - one room with double bed and en suite bathroom, living room with stack-beds, open-plan luxury kitchen includes washing machine, dishwasher and microwave oven, hob and oven, breakfast nook and large private sunroom with barbeque facilities (max 4 persons) - R700 per unit per night.
  • Luxury family unit number two on ground floor - one room with double bed, bathroom, living room with stack-beds, open-plan luxury kitchen includes washing machine, dishwasher and microwave oven, hob and oven, breakfast nook and private sunroom with barbeque facilities (max 4 persons) - R700 per unit per night.

Policies

  • Limited DSTV available in all rooms and units on request.
  • Cutlery and crockery available in all self-catering units.
  • Bedding and towels available in all rooms and units. Please bring own towels for use on the beach.
  • All units and rooms are non-serviced.
  • A large sun deck is available for use by all guests.
  • Only non-smokers welcome.
  • No pets are allowed.
  • Check in time is 16h00 and check out time is 10h00.

Directions

Directions from Cape Town to Dwarskersbos:
Take the R27 road which can easily be found off the N1 highway or from the City Centre.
Follow the R27 for approximately 40 km and Velddrif will be reach by crossing a small brigde.
Cross the first stop and continue straight for about 200 metres. At the 4-way stop continue straight for about another 200 metres. A library is situated on the right and a gholf course on the left. Continue straight on this road for about another 400 metres. At the next 4 way stop turn right. This road leads directly to Dwarskersbos, 12 km ahead.
Simply follow the map below and within 5 to 10 minutes Kom Dudu B&B will be reached:

Places of interest when visiting the West Coast

  • Travelling up the West Coast from Cape Town on the R27, through Milnerton, and Bloubergstrand, the first recommended stop would be Yzerfontein, a small holiday and fishing village. There is a deserted beach ideal for sun tanning and surfing.
  • The town of Darling is best known for its Wild Flower and Orchid Show in September. The Darling Flora Reserve and the Darling Tienie Versveld Flora Reserve are both worth visiting.
  • Hopefield is a quiet little town in the centre of the fynbos area. The Postberg section of the West Coast National Park is recommended for visitors (open during the flower season).
  • Take the road around the lagoon, to Langebaan. The lagoon is the focal point of this magnificent wilderness and wet-land area and of the growing West Coast tourist industry - the bird life here is a delight.
  • On the northern side of the lagoon is one of the finest natural harbours in the world, Saldanha Bay.
  • Vredenburg is the business centre of the area.
  • The small fishing village of Paternoster (Cape Columbine) has a beautiful, long, deserted beach to offer.
  • Around the corner is St Helena Bay which was discovered by Vasco da Gama in 1497.
  • Further north, Velddrif is situated at the mouth of the Berg River, and the estuary attracts large numbers of flamingos, spoonbills, avocets and glossy ibis. The Rocher Pan Nature Reserve near Dwarskersbos is a must for bird watchers.