Low Season From R1000 Per Night
Peak Season From R1200 Per Night
Windtown is a trendy small-scale resort with top quality amenities including conferencing and event facilities. All situated in the middle of Langebaan village, and only 150 m from the main beach. Enjoy stunning lagoon views and beach action right from the enormous roof terrace. The Windtown resort is the sophisticated alternative for those who prefer quality and personalized service at competitive prices.
The hotel offers 28 beautifully decorated and fully-equipped rooms, all facing the terrace and pool area. The terrace is where the guests come together to discuss the swell, share stories and dip in the pool; moreover, it’s where visitors can have the occasional braai and (regular) cocktails. Rooms vary; options include either single, double or triple beds. Children’s cots are also available in this child-friendly hotel. All rooms come with a spacious en-suite bathroom, TV and free Wi-fi (limited to 100MB per day).
The unique concept and set-up of the Windtown Hotel is carried through to their in-house Breeze Restaurant. “The restaurant has received an overwhelming positive response from guests and locals thus far,” Freija tells; likely a nod to the fact that the eatery is the only fine dining option in town priced affordably. The chefs are all trained and coached under the Dutch Michelin Star chef Paul van Waarden, and the menu is ‘designed to suit most tastes with both specialities and local, seasonal delicacies’. ‘Just let the breeze carry you,’ reads the motto.
“The healthy element of food plays an important role in our kitchen too,” adds Freija. The extensive wine list complements both the lunch and dinner menu perfectly.
Guests can order a two-course meal and can indulge in the culinary luxury of a three-course meal. Starters include fresh oysters, tuna sashimi and duck liver crème brûlée. Not to mention, how does fresh kingklip, ostrich steak or Asian prawn curry sound for a main? All fish on the menu is caught fresh from the ocean a mere 150 metres away from the restaurant. The desserts on the menu are (more than) worth mentioning: coconut panacotta, chocolate cake (let’s forget healthy for a second) and the exotic Malibu marinated pineapple. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner both for hotel guests as well as for those not staying at the resort. Don’t forget to try one of the cocktails while lounging on one of the comfy loungers on the terrace – the colourful concoctions go extremely well with the interior and the vibe.