Duinepos provides you with everything you need to be comfortable during your stay and to switch off. This means no television and only limited mobile reception. There are spots where you can get a mobile signal. Switch off you phone and only listen to your messages when you really feel it absolutely necessary.
The 11 units are self-catering and self-service. Crisp white linen and fluffy towels, washed in an eco-sensitive manner, are supplied as well as extra blankets for the cold nights. To be water-wise bathrooms are fitted with showers only.
The kitchen comes complete with utensils, including a coffee plunger and pasta spoon.
Every unit also sports a portable BBQ with grid. Snuggle at the fireplace during winter and laze next to the sparkling, communal swimming pool during the summer months.
The boma area is ideal for outdoor functions and groups.
Duinepos is a short hike or drive from the Geelbek Homestead with its restaurant, curio shop and the West Coast National Park visitor information centre on site.
The Duinepos office is open seven days a week (9-12 on Saturdays and Sundays) and can also assist with suggestions on where to go and what to do.
Twin beds, 2 units have a double bed
Bedding and extra blankets (some are feather, so check with us if you or someone in your family is allergic)
No wardrobes, only hooks to hang clothing
Fridge, stove top, oven, microwave
Glasses, plates and eating utensils
Pots, pans and cooking utensils
Coffee plunger and corkskrew – bring along the good stuff
Towels supplied (bring your own beach towels)
Grid, grid brush, fork and tongs
Outdoor table and chairs
One complimentary bundle of wood
No television or radio
Unreliable mobile reception
In the camp:
Communal swimming pool
Nearby in the West Coast National Park:
Visitor Information Centre