Reclaim your soul at Agulhas Ocean House B&B!

Agulhas Ocean House B&B

Situated on the southernmost tip of Africa, where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet, Agulhas Ocean House B&B is a luxurious, tranquil guest house that promises total relaxation away from the bustle of the city.

Besides superb, unobstructed sea views, Agulhas Ocean House B&B also boasts stylish living, and excellent personal service. Your hosts have also put in place various COVID-19 related protocols to ensure your safety and peace of mind during your time with them.

Many of their previous guests have many wonderful things to say about the hosts and the guest house.

Accommodation at Agulhas Ocean House B&B

Accommodation at the B&B comprises of five spacious, individually-styled rooms. Each room comes with its own private outdoor seating area and en-suite bathroom. Some of the rooms have spectacular sea views and others views of the mountain and fynbos.

Room 1 – Lost in Art, offers amazing sea views with opening sliding doors; a soothing, stylish ocean theme; a modern en-suite bathroom and a tiled private balcony. You can expect a similar offering in Room 2 – Blue Horizons.

Also facing the sea, Room 4 – Zen View is their Premium Suite. It features sliding doors that open onto your own sheltered, private balcony facing the towering mountainside; a private lounge furnished in antiques and a spacious en-suite bathroom with both bath and separate, walk-in shower. Expect luxurious fabrics and generous comforters together with traditional wooden artefacts remind one you are in Africa.

While promising the same exclusive treatment, Room 3 – Violet Whale and Room 5 – Peace of Mind offer views of the mountain and the limestone fynbos.

In all the rooms are comfy King-sized beds, TVs with DStv, free Wi-Fi internet access as well as heaters for winter and fans for summer. All rooms are serviced daily. Unfortunately, they do not accommodate children.

Facilities at Agulhas Ocean House B&B

Guest facilities include a dining room where sumptuous breakfasts are served (special dietary requests are accommodated with prior notice); an airy communal lounge with both sea and mountain views. It has a cozy fireplace for winter nights.

There is a secluded, indigenous garden that attracts flocks of birds and is the best place to fall asleep with the surge of the waves in the background.

Things to do in Agulhas

From May through to November, you can watch Southern Right whales in the bay area. Take your picture at the southernmost tip of Africa! Visit shipwrecks, enjoy hiking, mountain biking, water activities, nature walks and many other activities.

Reviews from previous Agulhas Ocean House B&B guests

“We stayed at Agulhas Ocean House in May 2021. After a long drive, it was nice to arrive at a guest house that immediately felt welcoming and comfortable. One of the things we enjoy most about a guest house is having a chat with the hosts, and Sheryl and Allan were great to get to know. They know all things Cape Agulhas, and helped us enjoy our short visit. The room was clean and comfortable, and brekkie was tasty. We’d book again without hesitation,” wrote bwelte485177 on their TripAdvisor page.

2021jrg1961 added; “Most enjoyable stay, friendly hosts and excellent accommodation. Breakfast was great and location excellent, close proximity to restaurants, most Southern tip of Africa. Beautiful sea view from bedrooms.”

Agulhas Ocean House B&B is located at 4 Main Road, L’Agulhas. Here is their location on Google Maps. For bookings, call +27 (0) 28 435 6166 | +27 (0) 84 685 1895 or email or visit today. Also follow them on Facebook HERE.


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Our team of journalists are seasoned travels and love visiting the myriad of exciting places around South Africa.  Whether it is off the beaten track or in the heart of the top attractions of the country, we’ll be there,

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So what is the right accommodation?  Well more often than not, it’s your travel budget that dictates the type of accommodation that you choose. 

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. 

Our articles, reviews and experiences can certainly help you make your decision.

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No matter that the food is delicious and the setting delightful, poor service can ruin the occasion.  However, great service combined with mediocre meal and a plane jane restaurant can still be a pleasant night out.

We’ve eaten in restaurants that are really dirty but with incredible food and couldn’t help but give a rave review.  We’ve also hardly noticed what we ate because the setting was just amazing.

However, the best restaurants come with the best of service, food and ambiance.

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A small, personal spa that is owner run can result in the best massage you have ever experienced.  However, the grand spas in five star hotels offer unsurpassed facilities in an environment that just makes the stress in your shoulders and neck melt away before you even finish checking in.


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Ziplining, bungy jumping and shark cage diving are all very safe.  It’s just that our mind tells us we are craaazzzzyyyy to be doing this.

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