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Craylord is a large family house situated in Paternoster, a small and picturesque fishing village about 145 km from Cape Town and 15 km northwest of Vredenburg.
The house consists of five bedrooms, three bathrooms of which two are en-suite, a fully equipped kitchen, a lounge area with DStv access at an additional charge per day, an indoor and outdoor braai area with a deck and sun loungers, and a large grassed plot with a spotlight for the kids or pets to play. The house also boasts beautiful sea views from the patio.
Paternoster is one of the oldest towns along the West Coast and is famous for its abundance of crayfish. Paternoster is an all-year-round destination, famous for its traditional fishermen architecture and endless pristine sandy white beaches.
More About Craylord
- Pet Friendly*
- Indoor Fireplace
- Parking on Premises
Kindly note that a refundable Breakage deposit of R650 is charged for all bookings; no Parties are allowed in any unit unless prior arrangements are made.
Only the number of guests that was booked allowed in house unless arrangements have been made for visitors. Check in Time is strictly between 14h00 - 18h00. A surcharge of R200 per hour or part thereof will be charged for any arrival later than 19h00, unless prior arrangement has been made. Check out Time is strictly at 10h00 on the last day of your stay. Any house or room that has not been vacated by check out time will be subject to a surcharge of R200 per hour or part thereof, for each hour exceeding the checkout time.
* NB: Dear All
Kindly note that keys to all units need to be collected from our offices, from here we take/direct the guests to the actual house.
Directions to office: Drive into town, at the first fourway STOP turn left into St. Augustine's Road. Drive straight until you pass the Noisy Oyster Restaurant then turn left up at the Paternoster Rentals sign,we are in between the Square Spoon Restaurant and Infoprop Office.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling