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TThere are a handful of places on earth where you have to pinch yourself just to be sure that what you’re seeing is real. The quaint little fishing village of Paternoster, along the Cape West Coast, is one of these places – and Strandloper Ocean Boutique Hotel proudly honours the ancient indigenous travellers of this coastline, while welcoming modern-day discerning guests inspired by its serenity and surreal natural beauty. Here, heaven meets earth on the shores of the Atlantic. It is not another place, it is another world. The Strandloper Ocean is a fusion of beach style and contemporary luxury; with organic lines, hues and textures with an overall feeling of simplicity. It is a place of wild beauty and wide white beaches washed by an ocean that’s cool and enigmatic. Take the time to simply be, or if you are feeling more adventurous, set off on an endless beach walk in search of whales and dolphins, hop onto a bicycle for a leisurely ride or take to the waves on a kayak. Paternoster is a seafood mecca and the plentiful fruits of the sea remain in vast quantities of fresh fish, huge black mussels and the authentic West Coast crayfish, caught by local fishermen. Here you can completely leave the world behind. Strandloper is a retreat, a place of calm that is completely private and secluded. It is so much more than a hotel; Strandloper is a philosophy of being in harmony with nature and blending in with the delicate beauty of the surroundings. Interiors are silent so they do not compete with what is outside, but instead showcase the natural splendour of this unique coastline.

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