Oceans Echo Self Catering Accommodation In Fish Hoek
Hi, I’m Yvette
I’ve been hosting guests at my villa since 2007. Ocean's Echo is my home-away-from-home - a piece of paradise in Cape Town's Southern Peninsula, that has views spanning the entire False Baycoastline, from Simon's Town to Muizenberg.
I love meeting new people, which is one of the reasons I love what I do. Providing premier service is my top priority, and together with my awesome house manager Beulah, we aim to make your stay comfortable and relaxing. Just let me know how much of my input you would like - I’m happy to arrange shopping, meals, book tours and arrange any special extra's you might have in mind.
I’ve lived in Cape Town my whole life and am able to offer advice, give ideas for itineraries, and provide insider tips on restaurants and attractions in the Mother City. Whether you’re agroup of friends, a small tour group, a wedding entourage or a big family having a family reunion, I’d be happy to host and happy to help.
- Daily, during the week
Interaction with guests:
- As little or as much as you like
Distances from Ocean’s Echo to surrounding attractions:
- Kalk Bay: 4,5 km
- Fish Hoek Beach: 2,5 km
- Simon’s Town: 4,2km
- Muizenberg: 7,9 km
- Cape Point Nature Reserve :30 km
- Cape Town CBD: 34km
- Cape Town Stadium : 34km
- Boulders Penguin Colony: 9,6 km
- Cape Town International Airport: 41km
- Table Mountain Cableway:40,2 km
- Chapman’s Peak Drive: 12 km
- Stellenbosch Wine Route: 40-50km
- Constantia Wine Route: 21 km
- Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens: 25,4 km
- V&A Waterfront: 37,4 km
Cape Town and Hermanus are the hot spots for land-based whale watching and Cape Town is one of the best locations for boat-based whale watching. Oceans Echo is perched high above the ocean so when the whales are making the most of the warmer surface water, you can see them in all their glory: bubble-netting, breaching, lob tailing, spy hopping, blowing, grunting and even mating.
Oceans Echo is fortuitously positioned right above one of their favourite spots and offers spectacular whale watching opportunities between August and November. The whales are often visible only meters from the shore, as they travel the coastline between Hermanus and False Bay on their way to The Antarctic.