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About St James Beach

With its famous and much-photographed Victorian bathing huts, St James Beach is a wonderful place for family leisure. The protected tidal pool combines the feel of ocean swimming with the safety and calm of a swimming pool. Collect shells, investigate interesting rock formations, or relax on the nearby lawn. Refreshments, cafes and restaurants are within easy walking distance.

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Julie Burk
11 January 2016

Busy little beach with tidal pool and lots of rockpools. My daughter was disappointed that there were no breakers in the waves,

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St. James Homestead

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

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Iveagh

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Steeped in history, this original stone house dates back 122 years. The period's fireplaces, teak floors and original pressed ceilings add...
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Sonnekus Guest House

12 Reviews
Sleeps 19 in 9 rooms

Sonnekus is a spacious, Colonial home, which has been restored with all modern facilities.All of the rooms have been lovingly decorated...
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St James Beach is 21.8km from the centre of Cape Town , the nearest airport 22.7km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling