Self-catering accommodation with panoramic sea views
ADVENTURE CAPITAL OF SOUTH AFRICA
Shark cage diving, whale watching, Gansbaai Big 5, fynbos conservation and cool-climate wines
Franskraal Accommodation is a unique cluster of coastal properties that offers affordable accommodation in the tranquil village of Franskraal near Gansbaai.
Three of the Franskraal Accommodation houses are in seafront Seaview Drive. Kormorant Apartment is a romantic getaway for two while Rots ‘n See Self-catering Villa is a family house with robust elegance and spacious enough to house twelve people in comfort. The serene energy of hundred-year old milkwood trees blends with the sounds of the boisterous ocean in the living room of Melkboom Self-catering Villa. Melkboom can also accommodate twelve people.
Gansbaai is internationally recognised for white shark cage diving and conservation and abound in outdoor adventure experiences. This small fishing town is only thirty minutes’ from Hermanus and two hours’ drive from Cape Town. Gansbaai is geographically situated in the fertile agricultural region of the Overberg with picturesque villages to visit and cameras a must to capture the panoramic beauty of the landscape complimented by the colours, textures and shapes of the rich biodiversity of the fynbos.
SLEEP 12 Melkboom is a self-catering holiday home on the shoreline of Franskraal, Western Cape, South Africa.
ROTS & SEE
SLEEP 12 Rots en See is a fully furnished house on the shoreline with a breathtaking sea view.
SLEEP 2 This luxurious sea-front self-catering bachelor apartment is the ideal romantic breakaway.
The Southern Right Whale is the most common whale in the waters of South Africa.
The Walker Bay area is one of the best places for land based viewing where whales often come within metres of the rocks.
At Gansbaai, there is a resident pod of Humpback Dolphin at Dyer Island.
Dolphins are protected in South Africa. Join one of the whale watching cruises to see dolphins in the waters around Gansbaai.
The African Penguin is endemic to South Africa & the only penguin breeding on Africa.
There are still approximately 5 000 penguins (2015) on Dyer Island. Dyer Island is 8 km from Kleinbaai harbour and rich in marine life.