Becoming well known as the St Tropez of South Africa Paternoster stays a charming old fishermen's village along the West Coast, just a casual 1,5 hours drive North of Cape Town, where past and present meet. In Latin Paternoster means 'Our Father'. Bare this peaceful feeling in mind and you will get to the right place for your choice of accommodation. Enjoy bed and breakfast in the guesthouse
The few minutes drive from Paternoster 'Center' to Farr Out is not what you would exactly call far. But when you arrive in this sandy bushveld wilderness, you do feel pleasingly remote. Crunching up the glinting shell pathway you can see across an indigenous garden and right out to sea. Catch the glimpse of the last manned lighthouse of South Africa situated in nearby Cape Columbine Nature Reserve or listen to the foghorn and cuddle up.
Go on; be extravagant, enjoy your vacation! Four luxury rooms will make your stay comfortable and unforgettable in our guesthouse.
Your hosts speak English, German and Afrikaans.
The perfect 'off the beaten track' breakaway.
About 2 hours from Cape Town centre.
Waking up in the morning with the sound of nature in a place of overwhelming beauty? Impossible? Not at Farr Out! While still in your comfortable bed you can listen to the awakening of birds, earlier risers may catch some of the wildlife that comes by when it thinks no-one's looking. Go for an early stroll along the nearby beach with its spectacular views.
At the end of a perfect day in paradise you can savour a sundowner cocktail on your own terrace in incredible surroundings.
The West Coast is a bird watchers must to go! Discover a number of the 225 bird species of this area. Enjoy the variety of birds in the landscaped garden, i.e:
Wagtail, Fiscal Shrike, European Starling, Red Bishop, Pied Kingfisher, Palm Swift, Cape Turtle Dove, Rock Pigeon, Greater Ketrel, Pygmy Falcon, Steppe Buzzard, Helmeted Guineafowl, Secretarybird, Spotted Dikkop, Korhaan, Crowned Plover, Egyptian Goose, Bokmakierie, Grey Heron, Blackeyed Bulbul, Yelloweyed Canary, Cape Weaver, Cape White-Eye, Malachite Sunbird, Lesser Doublecollared Sunbird, Barn Owl, Cape Spotted Owl, ....
Tell us once you have spotted some others!
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This page was last updated: 05 October 2011