Cape Agulhas Guest House

FAQ

FAQ: Questions & Answers

Check-in time is 15h00 – 21h00

Check-out time is 10h00

Yes, the Guest House has wifi available throughout the property. Please inquire at check-in for the wifi password.

Smoking is not permitted inside Cape Agulhas Guest House. We ask that you kindly refrain from smoking inside our guest rooms and communal areas.

All Guest House rooms have tea & coffee making facilities, a small safe, a hair dryer, a wall heater, and a ceiling fan.

Please check the individual room descriptions and list of amenities.

The Guest House has no laundry facilities or services on offer. Please inquire at reception for a list of recommended laundromats and nearby laundry services.

Travelling To Cape Agulhas

Cape Agulhas is approximately 220km (2.5 – 3 hours drive) from Cape Town, South Africa. 

Despite popular belief, the point of Africa is located at Cape Agulhas—not Cape Point. Here, the Tip of Africa monument marks the real place where the Indian Ocean and Atlantic Ocean meet. 

Cape Agulhas Guest House, is just 900m from the Southernmost Tip of Africa, located in the Agulhas National Park.

Located at the Struisbaai Harbour waterfront, CatchCook restaurant is only 1.4km (about an 8min drive) from the Guest House.

Yes, guests can walk to the lighthouse from the Guest House. Located next to the famous Tip of Africa monument, the Cape Agulhas Lighthouse is about 1.5km from the Guest House, making it a scenic and pleasant walk.

Guests will also be delighted to see the Cape Agulhas lighthouse ‘light up’ every night, casting a dream-like glow over the Cape Agulhas town and coastline.

Yes, you can. Cape Agulhas welcomes visitors with its charming seaside atmosphere and warm South African hospitality. Guests are welcome to roam the town’s coastal roads, lined with colourful shops and cafes, and soak in the fresh ocean air.

Cape Agulhas is generally considered a safe place for walking. Plus, you’ll be amazed by how close our guest house is to the ocean – just a few steps away from the crashing waves and rocky shoreline.

Cape Agulhas, the real place where the two oceans meet, is not on most people’s travel itineraries, but it’s a must-visit destination for tourists and locals hoping to see the Southernmost Tip of Africa.

Visit our Nearby Attractions page for a full list of close-by activities and things to do in Cape Agulhas and Struisbaai.

CatchCook Restaurant, Struisbaai’s famous harbour eatery and beach bar, is a family-friendly restaurant located just a short drive from Cape Agulhas Guest House. Visit CatchCook for fresh sushi, local seafood, harbour water activities, ice cream, and more.