Rod and Helena MacPhail (previous owners of Leeuwenvoet House in Cape Town) opened At the Rocks in August 2006. The manager, Michelle Louden, is running the guest house and doing a splendid job.
Overlooking the Langebaan nature reserve, this beautiful guest house offers outstanding views over Schaapeneiland and lagoon, with incomparable bird watching opportunities.
The rates shown below are for a single person per night. More detailed rates are shown on each room page.
At the Rocks is approximately 130 kms north of Cape Town. After about 120 kms from Cape Town, take turn off left to Langebaan (there is an Engen petrol service station on the left just before the turnoff). After 10 kilometers you will enter the main road, Oostewal Street, Langebaan.» View Map
Langebaan is situated 120 km north of Cape Town, just off the R27. It was founded in 1922 and used as a whaling station until the 1960's. The white Caribbean-like beaches surrounding the crystal clear waters of the Langebaan Lagoon are one of the main attractions of Langebaan.» Read More
At the Rocks has five en-suite bedrooms, three with wide uninterrupted views over the green belt, the rocks, the village and the lagoon. One can also see the sea very far on the horizon, sometimes with white spray washing over the rocky outcrops. The two standard rooms also have views over the lagoon, but from a smaller window. All rooms have sliding doors to the outside.
We provide a warm, welcoming, non-intrusive atmosphere, advice on what to do and where to eat, and we try our best to answer your other questions or at least find out what the answers are. A warm shower, comfortable bed and splendid breakfast complete the picture.