Welcome to Bekkie self-sorg holiday home rental in Paternoster. Relax on a sea-front patio while embracing the sunset.

The perfect self-catering accommodation in Paternoster

Bekkie is ideal for a group as it sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms.

Bekbaai cove is one of the jewels of Paternoster. And at its heart lies Bekkie luxury self-catering accommodation – a spacious, beautiful sea-front home with a view like heaven.

This wonderful self-sorg holiday home will allow you to escape the everyday hassle and transport you to Paternoster paradise. Spread out in front of you curving away to the south is a lovely bay dominated by the Cape Columbine lighthouse. Just metres from the house over the dunes stretches a pristine beach from where you can stroll towards Tietiesbaai or head the other direction to wander through the fishing village of Kliprug to downtown Paternoster. There fresh bread, cappuccinos, trendy world-class restaurants and delightful shops offering an impossible-to-describe range of this and that, wait to be explored.

Amenities & Facilities

Bekkie is your home from home. Stylish, elegant and comfortable with everything you need to live life your way.

3 Living areas with inside braai, TV with SuperSport 1

There are two exterior braais and one interior, two Morso fireplaces, a large screen TV (DSTV Business Stay Essential is available) and WiFi.

4 Bedroom and 4 Bathrooms

Spacious and utterly welcoming with superb views and the most inviting ambience you’ve ever felt. 

Open Plan Kitchen

Fully equipped, open plan kitchen as well as a kitchenette, which is shared by the upstairs bedrooms. 

Get inspired by our Paternoster paradise

Discover more about Paternoster

Paternoster is an idyllic west coast village 150 kilometers from Cape Town. Its roots lie in fishing and still today old traditional fishermen ply their trade and live in typical picturesque whitewashed houses.

Three unspoilt beaches, Bekbaai, Voorstrand and Langstrand dominate the area and the Paternoster Waterfront has seen the conversion of the old factory buildings and sheds into beautiful shops and restaurants. Paternoster has become a “foodie” destination.

The legendary “Wolfgat”, an intimate restaurant takes pride of place but, you can’t go wrong at Gaaitjie, Leeto, Noisy Oyster, Mondvol, Blikkie Pizzeria, The Hobnobbery,  or De See Kat.  

For the energetic, Paternoster offers hiking (up the long coast to St. Helena Bay or in the Cape Columbine Nature Reserve), kayaking, kite surfing, wind surfing, birding (over 225 species in the area with the Rocher Nature Reserve being an excellent starting place), horse riding, and more. Amateur archaeologists will enjoy the West Coast Fossil Park.

There is no bad time to visit Paternoster. Autumn and winter bring beautiful windless, blue sky days and the town is a good springboard to head north and inland to see Nature’s wonderful spring flower displays and orange and white daisy carpets, the closest destination being the nearby West Coast National Park.

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