B@Home Guesthouse

94 Long Street
Mossel Bay, Western Cape
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Located in the scenic renowned Garden Route and surrounded by the splendour of the Southern Cape, b@Home greets you with a warm and hearty welcome. Situated in a residential area with no traffic noise, up on a hill overlooking the bay of Mossel Bay.

We hope you will feel truly at home and enjoy your stay in one of South Africa’s proudest destinations.

b@Home GPS Coordinates:

Latitude: -34°10?27.50? (-34.174305)

Longitude: 22°7?42.57? (22.128492)

Directions from Cape Town.

Coming from Cape Town on the N2: Pass Petro SA on your left Keep straight on to Mossel Bay (do not take the George turn off (N2) ). Pass through 4 traffic lights. Keep straight on to Hartenbos (do not take the Mossel Bay turn off). At the next set of traffic lights, turn right into George Road. Once on George Road, take the first right into Long Street. b@Home Guest House is the 4th house on the right hand side.

Directions from George.

Coming from George on the N2: Take the R102 Mossel Bay turn off (exit 393) and turn left at the stop sign. (The Langeberg Mall will be in front of you.) Turn right into Louis Fourie Road at the traffic lights. (This leads to Mossel Bay.) Travel for 4km, passing 3 sets of traffic lights. Just before the 4th set of traffic lights, turn left into George Road. Once on George Road take the first turn off to your right into Long Street. b@Home Guest House is the 4th house on the right hand side.


Our guest house consists of 5 luxury ensuite bedrooms and 1 luxury garden cottage. With stunning sea and mountain views, you are sure to enjoy a tranquil, unforgettable experience.

Each floor has its own communal lounge area, balcony and spectacular views of the ocean and mountains. The guest house has FREE Wi-Fi access throughout as well as an under cover braai (barbeque) area – ideal for a long, lazy night around the fire. Off street lock up parking available on request.

Our Rooms:

Our rooms speak of style and sophistication, and we believe in pampering our guests with little luxuries that will cater for a memorable stay. The guest house has Wi-Fi throughout, and all rooms are furnished with plasma televisions including DSTV (satellite television), air conditioning, as well as tea and coffee making facilities for that late night treat.

All room rates include a delightful breakfast, served on the balcony with a spectacular view of the sunrise over the ocean.

The two communal lounges in the house will make you feel even more at home, as it is the perfect spot to kick off your shoes and take part in the splendour of Mossel Bay. Soothing sound of rolling waves from the warm Indian Ocean with a possible glimpse of dolphins and whale viewing comes standard with your stay in season.

Mossel Bay is known for its great climate throughout the year.

Room 1 (Sea View)

All the luxuries that will make your stay a memorable one – expect stunning full sea and mountain views with a sliding door opening onto the balcony. This north-facing room with air conditioning guarantees cool summer afternoons and a warm winter visit. The queen sized bed and en-suite bathroom will make you feel like true royalty.

Room 2 (Sea View)

A luxurious room with partial views of both the Indian Ocean and Outeniqua mountains. The room has twin beds and an en-suite bathroom (shower only) with air conditioning. Ideal for business visitors wishing to share a room.

Room 3 (Garden View)

Indulge in the gift of the Garden Route. This room offers you a view of the back garden for a tranquil experience. It can be made up as a king-size bed or two twin beds with an en-suite bathroom (shower only) with air conditioning - ideal for sharing.

Room 4 (Sea View)

Open the sliding doors and experience the ocean breeze straight from the rolling waves. The room is equipped with a queen sized bed, en-suite bathroom (shower only), air conditioning and all standard amenities. A warm winter stay and cool summer days are standard with this north-facing room with its own access to the front garden.

Room 5 ( Garden View)

Pamper yourself with a peaceful night in Room 5. This room is ideal for visitors wishing to have some privacy during their stay. It can be made up as a king-size bed or two twin beds with air conditioning and an en-suite bathroom (shower only).

Room 6 (Garden Family Cottage)

A self catering garden apartment consists of a en-suite bedroom (shower only) with twin beds, sleeps 2 people with the option for children up to the age of 7 years to sleep on sleeper couch and air conditioning in lounge and bedroom. Fully equipped Kitchenette.

Our Facilities

The Breakfast Room:

A Full English Breakfast is served each morning in the breakfast room from 07h30 to 09h00.

Upper Lounge:

The breathtaking sea and mountain views of the upper lounge with its sliding doors that open onto the balcony will inspire you to relax and experience our coastline at its best. Equipped with a TV with DSTV channels, Honesty Bar and Tea & Coffee station.

Braai Area:

The under cover braai (barbeque) area – ideal for a long, lazy night around the fire.


Off street parking is available on request.



  • De Bakke Beach 5 – 1km
  • Diaz Beach – 3km
  • The Point – 3.5km
  • Hartenbos Beach – 8.6km
  • Dana Bay – 12km
  • Boggoms Bay – 32km

Golf Courses:

  • Dolphin’s Creek Golf Estate – this 9 hole, par 36 executive course welcomes visitors. Rental trolleys, rental clubs and a pro-shop are available.
  • Mossel Bay Golf Club – 18 hole, par 72 links-style course. Friendly club that welcomes visitors (booking required).
  • Pinnacle Point Beach & Golf Resort – Dramatic cliff-side, 18 hole, par 72 links course. Welcomes all golfers, but numbers are limited.

Where to eat

Café Gannet:

Mossel Bay’s Seafood House – famous for its ingeniously prepared Rainbow cuisine, fresh local dishes, pizzas, Mossel Bay oysters.

Delfinos Restaurant:

Beach-side restaurant and deck. Locals’ favourite for it’s great view of the surfing.

Ponto Grille and Carvery:

South African menu with a tip-of-the-hat to both our Portuguese heritage and the history of Mossel Bay.