Welcome at Diamonds 'n Daisies
Your comfort zone, away from home
Tip: Bookings are ‘"First come, First serve"
No sea view, but within walking distance from the beach
Use this accommodation as a base camp, to explore Namaqualand
Arrival Time 14:00 - Departure Time 10:00
Pet friendly, only for friendly pets
Set along the coast, the little town of Kleinzee offers a beautiful West Coast holiday destination. It is also home to Diamonds ‘n Daisies, a private house conveniently located in the main street of Kleinzee, and a great option for groups or families visiting this scenic part of the Northern Cape.
Diamonds 'n Daisies is a comfortable three bedroom house, with all the necessary luxuries to make your stay enjoyable.
Outside there is enough secure parking for two vehicles, as well as a trailer. The house offers a complete kitchen with a pizza oven, slow cooker and everything else you need to make you feel right at home. For the men there is a braai (barbeque) area, as we know the importance of braai in South Africa!
The rest of the house is comfortably furnished, with enough beds to accommodate six adults. The living room has a HD decoder (not full DSTV), and there is even a kids corner to keep the children busy! And living space has a lounge with a sleeper couch, and a dining area.
With laundry area: washing machine, tumble drier & iron!
The house is walking distance to the shops, museum / tourism centre, as well as the 9-hole golf course.
Guests can spend their days exploring this area by visiting neighbouring towns like Port Nolloth and Hondeklip Bay. During lobster season guests can try to catch lobster themselves (remember that you need a permit!), and during the flower season guests can explore scenic destinations like the Skilpad Wildflower Reserve or the Namaqua National Park. And if you don’t feel like driving, just take a stroll over the golf course to go and explore the endless stretches of sea and sand.
Remember to read up on the history of Kleinzee, as it used to be a mining town that only recently opened its gates to the general public. But be sure not to miss the opportunity to explore this part of our beautiful country!