Enjoy genuine West Coast hospitality and personalised service at The Oystercatchers’ Haven guesthouse on the beach. Our 4-star establishment is located on the quieter side of the quaint fishing village of Paternoster and a mere 40 meters away from the shoreline. The Oystercatchers’ Haven is within easy reach of all the restaurants, art galleries and curio shops in Paternoster.
The Oystercatchers’ Haven prides itself with its unique and distinctive interior and architectual design. Antique wooden sash windows, stable doors and untreated timbers and reed-and-pole ceilings adds to the old world charm together with carefully selected antique pieces such a four-foot high Angolan drum, Malinese Sinaba paintings and Persian carpets.
The Oystercatchers’ Haven consist of two luxurious Queen rooms, one Twin room and one Luxury Suite / Honeymoon suite with its own private lounge area. All rooms are private and have their own patios. The setting and the views are such that the magnificent seaviews can be appreciated from all corners whilst affording the perfect chance to relax in a truly serene environment. All rooms are stylishly fitted and come equipped with all the basic modern necessities including free WIFI, satellite televisions, mini bar, electronic safe and walk-in showers where you can take in the magnificent West Coast. Beach towels available on request.
White-washed houses and colourful ‘bakkies’ (fishing boats) lining the long white beaches, makes Paternoster a preferred destination for all wanting to explore the West Coast of South Africa. The best time of year to visit is during August and September when the wild flowers are blooming. With some of the most spectacular sunsets most often seen during May and June when the winter rains start. As with most of the West Coast, The Oystercatchers’ Haven is closed during July for our annual maintenance period.
The Oystercatchers’ Haven in Paternoster has been graded four-star by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa and comply with all the recommended sanitisation protocols as set out by the WHO, NCID and DoH.
Unfortunately we can not accommodate children under the age of 12 and pets are not allowed.