Whale Watchers Inn is your
bed & breakfast and self-catering accommodation option situated right
on the whale coast, surrounded by two natural phenomena - The Breede River
Estuary and the Indian Ocean.
Endless, white sandy beaches
are available for that long stroll and the San Sebastian Bay, which Whale
Watchers Inn overlooks, is the home of the Southern Right Whales, which
can be viewed either from the beach, or from your balcony.
Whale Watchers Inn is a 3
star guesthouse offering both Bed & Breakfast as well as serviced,
self-catering family units, which also have the added option of a full
There are five comfortable
en-suite double rooms available on a bed & breakfast basis, four of
which are sea-facing and the other has a courtyard view.
All rooms offer TV’s with
DSTV decoder and smart card, fridges and tea/coffee making facilities and
Whale Watchers Inn also offers free WiFi Internet facilities to guests.
The five family units offer self-catering facilities and are fully equipped
and serviced daily.
A further bonus is that wheelchair
friendly accommodation is also available. View all our accommodation
a wonderful, unspoilt seaside resort where you can experience the following
attractions: Safe bathing, Windsurfing, Rock and Surf Angling, Deep Sea
Fishing, Fly Fishing, Snorkel Diving, Spear Fishing, Whale Watching, Kitesurfing
The Breede River starts out
at Witsand and is one of the largest, most navigable rivers in South Africa.
It supports an amazing variety of fish and birdlife. The wealth of fish
in the Breede River naturally attracts fish-eating birds such as the majestic
fish eagle, the osprey, fish owl and kingfisher. The area is also home
to an amazing variety of other birds and water birds.
35 kms inland from Witsand is
the small historic village of Malagas. Malagas is particularly famous for
its "man-drawn" ferry ("die pont") across the Breede River - a nostalgic
relic of a slower, quieter era. This service began in 1860, current model,
1952 - and still carries people, vehicles and livestock across the river