Everything about The Last Word family-owned brand oozes charm and generous hospitality and we love it! The seaside location does wonders for the soul. There’s nothing quite like a long walk on the beach, is there? The marine-inspired palette is at once elegant and restful.

Situated in the quaint lobster village of Kommetjie in an area affectionately known by locals as the ‘deep south’ you’d be hard pressed to find a more picturesque location. Seafood is the order of the day and pairs beautifully with a homegrown, crisp Sauvignon Blanc. We recommend those produced right across the bay at Cape Point Vineyards, another beautiful spot for a languid lunch or sundowner.

Each of the 6 spacious rooms are beautifully appointed with thoughtful touches throughout. Tuck in to delicious mini-bar snacks and drinks, compliments of The Last Word Long Beach, while taking in the breathtaking beachside vistas from your private patio. Breakfast is homespun and made to your liking. Due to the private location of the hotel, dinners are generally taken in-house and are memorable. Sunset over the bay is a real highlight. Its proximity to Cape Point is yet another advantage to staying at this beautiful seaside haven.

The drive to Cape Point from the centre of Cape Town normally takes around an hour but departing from The Last Word Long Beach more than halves that time meaning you can get there early on before the large tourist buses arrive. The team at The Last Word Long Beach is as legendary as its reputation. We love the affable service and the genuine South African hospitality.