Why travellers to Langebaan prefer the 4-Star Glenfinnan Guest House

Glenfinnan Guest House

If your idea of a memorable holiday includes breath-taking, panoramic sea and lagoon views as well as pristine white sandy beaches, then the 4-Star Glenfinnan Guest House in Langebaan, on the West Coast, is where you should be headed.

Owned and run by, Patrice & Sandra Rey, Glenfinnan Guest House is designed to offer unforgettable bed and breakfast accommodation experiences. Your stay at this establishment places you with reach of all that the Langebaan and the greater West Coast region has to offer the traveller.

Needless to say, many of their previous guests had many wonderful things to stay about the hospitality and facilities at Glenfinnan.

Accommodation at Glenfinnan Guest House

Glenfinnan Guest House has four luxury en-suite rooms available Mull,  Iona,  Islay,  Arran. The rooms sleep two each and come with a choice of a Deluxe Queen or two 3/4 twin beds that can be converted into a Super King on request. An extra bed can be fitted into Arran and Islay on request, if a couple have a child. Extra costs will apply. 

 Alternatively, one can pair up Islay and/ or Arran with Skye ( kitchen and lounge ) to have a self-catering unit. This is done on special request and subject to availability.  

In-room amenities include Wi-Fi internet, comfy white percale linen,  towels and  tea/coffee making facilities.

You can make an online booking via the website or compare accommodation rates HERE, HERE and HERE.

Facilities at Glenfinnan Guest House

Guest facilities at the lodge include laundry facilities, Wi-Fi, credit card facilities; secure vehicle parking on premises as well as daily housekeeping.

Get ready for your day of exploring and fun with their amazing breakfasts in the dining area with panoramic views of the lagoon.

See a full list of their facilities HERE.

Read more about Glenfinnan HERE

Langebaan activities

Langebaan is a nature and water lover’s dream. There is plenty to keep you and your family busy during your stay at Glenfinnan Guest House. The guest house is located in the centre of town just a 5-minute walk from the Langebaan beachfront, restaurants and shops.

Try birding, swimming, kite and wind surfing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, golfing at the Langebaan Country Club, walks, hiking as well as wine tasting.

Reviews from Glenfinnan Guest House guests

Glenfinnan is NO.1 on TripAdvisor for Langebaan. Booking .com rate Glenfinnan as a 9.7. Their  NO.1 choice for Langebaan.

“The stay was amazing. Absolutely amazing hosts! They made us feel so comfortable and breakfast was so amazing with the personal touch. Would highly recommend. Oh and the view is amazing. Very close to the beach. Thank you!” wrote Meander44029371966 on their TripAdvisor page.

chamel465456 added; “Could not ask for a better place to stay during the long weekend. Warm and friendly hosts. Clean and comfortable rooms – feels like a hotel! Lovely breakfasts on the patio overlooking the town. Walking distance to all the restaurants. Would stay there again!”

“Pat and Sandra are exceptional hosts, and they always make me feel part of their family. Thanks Pat and Sandra for your kindness and hospitality. I will keep supporting Glenfinnan Guest House every time I go to Saldanha,” said PTP_BMH.

Glenfinnan Guest House is located at 15 Roode Vos Cres, Langebaan. For bookings, call +27 (0) 22 772 1341 or email info@glenfinnan.co.za. Visit them online at glenfinnan.co.za today. Here is their location on Google Maps. Also follow them on Facebook HERE.


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