Welcome to Casa Pescador – Struisbaai Beachfront Accommodation
Casa Pescador, which means Fishermans House, offers self-catering accommodation in Struisbaai. The accommodation, situated only 1 minute walk away from one of South Africa’s most pristine beaches, sleeps 8 guests and comprises 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and an open-plan kitchen and living area. Attractions in the area include De Mond Nature Reserve, Agulhas National Park, Cape Agulhas Wine Route and Waenhuiskrans Cave.
Covid 19 Safety Commitment
We continue to be reminded that the Covid-19 pandemic is still with us and we need to continue to take precautions. Our doors are open again and we’re ready to welcome you. We are ready to take your bookings and are looking forward to your return. We adhere strictly to the Covid-19 Safety Protocols laid out by the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) according to guidelines of the Department of Health. For Covid-19 updates visit the official South African government website https://sacoronavirus.co.za/
The main bedroom features a king-size bed and an en-suite bathroom with a bath and a shower. The second private bedroom has a Queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom with a shower. The third bedroom, privately located in the loft has 2 three-quarter beds, its own TV and shares a bathroom with the second bedroom. The private cottage contains a king-size bed and an en-suite bathroom with a shower.
About the Area
Langezandt Fisherman’s Village in Struisbaai is an International destination and very popular with guests from all over the world. This is not only a secure Estate but a vacation venue that put you on the doorstep of pristine 23 km’s long white beaches, beach horse riding, whale watching, concentration of a huge variety of Fauna and Flora unique to the Western Cape and the popular international destination of the most Southern tip …
Attractions & Activities
Struisbaai is a coastal settlement about two hundred kilometres south east of Cape Town, and four kilometres from Cape Agulhas, which is the southernmost point of the African continent. The town is an old fishing village which for many years sported a beautiful natural harbour. Many fishermen still reside in this settlement but it is now known better for its leisure activities, which include fishing, horseriding, hiking, paintball, quadbiking and diving …
Fishing in Struisbaai
Struisbaai used to be a small fishing village and has now turned into one of South Africa’s best kept secrets as a fishing destination. Struisbaai is a great family destination and is targeted by recreational anglers, is famous for its hard fighting Yellowtail and has a harbour that hosts a locally run commercial fleet which is part of the culture of the area. In the Western Cape Region Struisbaai is highly regarded as the capital of nearshore fishing. Stretching for more than 200km to the south is a …
Your Hosts: Alastair & Tanya Graham
Zee Crecent, Langezandt Fishermen’s Village,
Struisbaai, Cape Town, South Africa
+27 (0)83 9862580
+27 (0)71 895 1004