About Alipad Self Catering Units
Alipad Self Catering Units is a multi-award winning establishment that offers luxury self catering accommodation in Lamberts Bay.
Self Catering Accommodation
The four units have fully equipped kitchens and include braai facilities and modern fittings throughout.
Luxury Two Bedroom Unit 1:
Has two bedrooms each with an en-suite bathroom. There is a double bed, two single beds and a sleeper couch. There is an indoor braai and beautiful vlei and sea views. Full Premium DStv is provided.
Luxury Two Bedroom Unit 2:
This two bedroom unit has a full bathroom and a huge balcony boasting beautiful views. There is a double bed, two single beds and a sleeper couch. An outdoor braai and full Premium DStv is provided.
Lovely Two Bedroom Unit:
This lovely two bedroom unit has a fully equipped kitchen and an indoor braai, Full premium DStv is provided. There is a double bed, two single beds and a sleeper couch.
A modern bachelor unit with private indoor braai. This unit now caters for up to four people although price quoted is for two people. Full premium DStv is provided and there are en-suite bathrooms throughout.
• We have a strict no noise policy from 23h00 and guests need to be aware of this before booking
• Generator power now to all rooms during load shedding
Lamberts Bay is a laid back fishing village on the West Coast, around 2.5 hours’ drive from Cape Town. It has been titled the ‘Diamond of the West Coast’ for its beautiful white beaches, diverse wildlife and crayfish.
Characterised by powdery sand, crashing waves, rolling dunes, a bird breeding island and a moderate year round climate, Lamberts is a favourite destination no matter the season. Situated in the heart of crayfish country, Lamberts Bay is one of the best places to get seafood, with fresh catches brought in daily. Muisbosskerm and Bosduifklip are both open air restaurants with some of the tastiest seafood around.
Just 100m offshore, the renowned Bird Island is accessed by a breakwater wall from the mainland and is home to a breeding colony of sea birds. At nearly three hectares, the island hosts Cape gannets, cormorants, African penguins, and Cape fur seals.
Lamberts Bay is one of the best places to spot dolphins. The Heaviside’s Dolphin is endemic to this part of the coast and can be spotted as close as 150m from the shore in groups of up to 20 dolphins at a time. Organised boat trips include dolphin and whale watching between August and November.