Paradise Beach Self-Catering Apartments promises peaceful and safe holidays in Langebaan

Paradise Beach Self-Catering Apartments

If you are looking for the ideal social distancing vacation, an escape to the Paradise Beach Self-Catering Apartments in Langebaan, on the West Coast, near the Club Mykonos Holiday resort, is what you need.

You will find the small town of Langebaan peaceful, safe and unspoiled. Here Paradise Beach Apartments offers private, spacious and tranquil one or two bedroom self-catering apartments offer views of the veld, dunes and sea.

The Paradise Beach Apartments are a great family destination in Langebaan. They are an ideal retreat for families who are wishing to enjoy the laid back atmosphere that is on offer in Langebaan.

Your wonderful hosts, Jolene and Paul Butler, have also put in place various health protocols to ensure the safety of your family during this pandemic.

Accommodation at Paradise Beach Self-Catering Apartments

You will find tastefully-decorated, spacious and sanitized accommodation at Paradise Beach Apartments. Read more here…

Within walking distance of the beach, the Perle of Paradise is a secluded and luxurious two-bedroom, self-catering apartment that can accommodate five people. It comes with a Queen-size, a double and a single bed, veranda and bathrooms as well as an extra outdoor hot water shower.

Or choose the Flamingo Luxury Apartment, which can sleep up to four people. It comes with a Queen-size bed and a single bed, an en-suite bathroom, a sleeper couch in the lounge, a fully-equipped kitchen, a wide verandah, built-in braai area, a sitting area and amazing sea and beach views.

The Seagull Luxury Apartment is also popular with their guests and has similar offering to the Flamingo while the Oyster Catcher is designed for small families – two adults and one child.

Honeymooners will love the Sand Piper apartment. A short walk from the beach, it is tastefully decorated and furnished with a King-size bed from where you have views of the sea and a spacious bathroom with shower.

Families can also choose the Cormorant – a three-bedroom apartment that can sleep up to four adults and two children.

Guest amenities in all the apartments include bedding, towels, beach towels, a full-equipped kitchen, braai area, TVs with DStv as well as access to free Wi-Fi. Small domestic pets can be accommodated by prior arrangement.

Make an online booking HERE.

Facilities at Paradise Beach Self-Catering Apartments

Facilities include secure parking for your vehicles at each apartment as well a children’s play area.

Things to do in and around Langebaan

From your base at Paradise Beach Self-Catering Apartments, you can explore all that Langebaan and the West Coast has to offer the traveller.

Reviews from previous Paradise Beach Self-Catering Apartments guests

“Great sea views and wild life. The apartment has a big braai on the deck with a sea view. Kitchen is fully equipped. Beds were comfortable. The lovely owners also have two bachelor apartments next door which will be great if you are a group of people. We will definitely be back again,” wrote Liza-mari H on their TripAdvisor page.

CGP2021 added; “This is one of the best places I have ever stayed in. The host Paul is friendly, helpful and very professional. The place is a home away from home and is super clean. It has all that you will require, only bring your food and nothing else.”

Paradise Beach Self-Catering Apartments is located at 5 Elara St, Paradise Beach, Langebaan. Here is their location on Google Maps. For bookings, call +27 (0) 72 635 8838 / +27 (0) 64 685 3099 or email Visit them online at


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Expensive is not always better.  Our team at Home Food and Travel will tell you that they have camped in areas with limited ablutions and had a wonderful holiday.  They have also spent a night in a five star hotel only to be disappointed because their expectations exceeded the experience.

The reason for your travels will also affect your choice.  A business trip requires different amenities to a beach holiday. 

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