The Guest House
The guest house is located on the sea front in De Kelders, a quiet, pristine suburb of Gansbaai (4 km away) with spectacular natural beauty. Guests enjoy direct access to a sea front hiking trail that leads to Walker Bay Nature Reserve - 2 km away.
Walker Bay is world renowned for it's land based whale watching from September to December. Perched on the limestone cliffs, Kleinzee Guest house is in the prime position to view the mothers and their calves frolicking close by.
The Superior King Suite is on the upper level with views extending over Walker Bay to the mountain ranges beyond.
The Luxury Twin and King Suites are on the ground floor with full sea views, air-conditioning and private ocean facing patios. The large en suite bathrooms have Victorian baths, walk in showers and limestone walls.
Breakfast consists of home made pecan nut and cranberry muesli served with double cream yogurt and fresh fruit followed by a full English breakfast.
Guests enjoy spectacular sunsets over the ocean with the Gansbaai fishing trawlers in the distance.
Wonderful stay. The view is unbelievable and the hosts were fabulous. Will definitely return and can recommend it. You can watch the whales from your bed. Wonderful.
Tersia, via Safarinow
If you are on a trip far away from home and you arrive at Kleinzee Guesthouse, you immediately feel at home. It is an amazing place! The breakfast, the room and the atmosphere - all of it was fantastic. To Linda and Deon who made us feel at home right from the start, thank you for 3 wonderful days at Kleinzee.
Helmut, via Safarinow
Luxurious rooms in impeccable condition. Views are truly breathtaking, so thumbs up for location. Walking distance to nature reserve, we had enjoyed a nice and easy hike to secluded beach and didn't see a soul - so relaxing. Best ever breakfast and very warm welcome. We couldn't have asked for a more perfect stay.
Oksana, via Tripadvisor
A beautiful cliffside guesthouse where you can watch whales from your terrace. I had a wonderfully relaxing couple of days here walking along the cliffs watching Southern Right whales, mothers with their calves, frolicking in the bay.
Tasha, via TripAdvisor