About Paternoster Dunes Guest House
Situated on the beach in the quaint fishing village of Paternoster this perfectly positioned Guest House opened its doors on the 1st January 2007.
Paternoster Dunes Guest House was designed and decorated by the owners/managers, previously interior decorators in Johannesburg, where privacy and comfort was foremost in the design criteria as well as a feeling of being at Home. This culminated in a successful package for every guest’s stress-free get-away.
Our five individually decorated bedrooms have a lot to offer. The three luxury ground floor sea facing rooms allow you to walk straight out to the beach from your private patio while the fourth sea facing room on the first floor has great views and direct access to the beach via its own staircase.
The beautifully decorated courtyard room has a patio from which you can view the sea as well direct access to the beach. Views of the vast Atlantic can be enjoyed from our communal patio, guest lounges, bar and library designed for the privacy and comfort of our guests.
All rooms are ideally situated on the ground floor, each with private patio’s, giving direct access to the beach. Facilities include tea / coffee, DSTV (hotel package), fridge, fans, air conditioners and gowns.
The salted swimming pool is in the Moroccan styled courtyard of the guest house is shielded from the south-easterly winds but allows in sun giving guests full tanning enjoyment on our pool lounges or day bed.
The first floor is where you will find the open plan dining room, formal lounge, library and bar. Sumptuous full breakfasts are served here and on the adjoining patio which gives a beautiful view onto the bay, Atlantic Ocean and light house.
Sunset views are best from our patio with a nice glass of the well known local west coast wines. The guest area also has wood burning fireplaces for the rainy winter months which makes sitting and enjoying a book from our small, but eclectic, English library more fun.
Paternoster offers holiday makers a relaxed getaway. Walking on beaches and in the nature reserve, viewing the manned light house (one of 14 left in SA), snorkelling, kayaking, reading, learning about the past in the Fossil Park or relaxing and enjoying the culinary delights in the area. Our area is also favoured for training sessions by marathon runners and off-road cyclists.
Gavin Sproule and Deon van Rooyen are available and happy to assist you with any arrangements you require.