Cape Agulhas Guest House

About Cape Agulhas

Cape Agulhas is a geographical landmark located at the southernmost tip of the African continent. Only 2.5 hours from Cape Town, L’Agulhas is recognised as South Africa’s most southern coastal village and holiday destination, marking the point where the Atlantic Ocean sand Indian Ocean meet.

The remarkable charm of L’Agulhas doesn’t stop there. The Cape Agulhas and Struisbaai coastlines are renowned for being home to some of the best fishing spots in the world. The convergence of the two ocean currents and the shallow Agulhas sandbank have created a haven for local fishing charters, deep sea fishing enthusiasts, and seafood lovers.

Seaside Charm at Cape Agulhas

Read more about our historic Cape Agulhas Guest House, located where the two oceans meet. This charming accommodation in L’Agulhas, with cozy and welcoming rooms overlooking Africa’s southernmost town, is the perfect choice for travellers seeking comfort and character by the seaside. Enjoy a relaxing and peaceful stay with panoramic ocean and mountain views of the point of Africa, located where the two oceans meet.

It's all about the


2km from the tip of Africa, and within walking distance from the Lighthouse, the guest house is a seaside holiday treat along the West Coast. Fresh sea air, cozy rooms, and South Africa’s southernmost town await you.

A Haven for Whales & Marine Life

Whale watching and marine life are also in abundance in L’Agulhas. Cape Agulhas remains one of the best places to watch Southern Right Whales on their journey to Cape Town’s coastal waters. Every year, between August and November, the southernmost point of Africa becomes home to migrating whales, dolphins, turtles, and female Southern Right Whales in search of shallow water and oxygen rich nurseries to birth their calves. Removed from the crowds of Hermanus and False Bay, Cape Agulhas is a rare delight for tourists and locals hoping to get up-close with the whales, as the region offers a more private and personalised whale watching experience.

Explore Africa's Southernmost Point

Views of the Cape Agulhas Lighthouse

The Cape Agulhas Guest House is beautifully situated with breathtaking views of Africa’s southernmost coastline and the Agulhas lighthouse, as well as scenic views of the Overberg mountains and Agulhas Nature Reserve. At night, visitors can watch the Cape Agulhas Lighthouse come alive. Watch as it rotates and casts its guiding light across the charming coastal town, illuminating the windows of our guest house and creating a truly enchanting moment.

The History of Cape Agulhas

Cape Agulhas, the southernmost tip of South Africa, has a fascinating history rich in exploration, trade routes, centuries of maritime navigation. The point of Africa served as a geographical landmark during the settling of South Africa and the establishment of a global commerce route, connecting the growing West with the prosperous East.