Arniston is a tranquil fishing village approx 210 km’s from Cape Town, on the Indian Ocean coast of South Africa. The village of Kassiesbaai boasts iconic white washed, thatched roof fishermans’ cottages. The Arniston sank here in 1815, only 6 of the 378 passengers survived the disaster.

There are pristine white sandy beaches, dotted with rock pools to explore. Prehistoric fish traps made by the Khoisan strandlopers (beach walkers) still remain along the coastline. These stone built enclosures trap fish at high tide.

Waenhuiskrans means wagon house cave, big enough to house a wagon and oxen.

De Hoop and Die Mond reserves flank Arniston.

Blue Sky has en-suite bedrooms with:

Extra length Queen beds
Custom made furniture
Nespresso coffee machines
Mini bar fridge
International multi plugs with usb
One honeymoon suite with private garden
One wheelchair friendly room
Full restaurant
Lounge with satellite TV

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