SELF-CATERING : Max 2 people
R500 single person per night / R750 for two people per night.
Minimum Stay : 4 nights
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55sqm ground floor garden flat of a 2 story bungalow, set amongst fynbos plants and birds, this rustic, eclectic stone and wood retreat, nestles safely in the Glencairn valley of the Southern Cape Peninsula. Open-plan kitchen and living area, it has 1 Bedroom (with double bed), a feature shower and separate toilet with basin. Double doors open onto a cobbled, covered patio overlooking the garden. All round views of natural surroundings, a barbeque facility and off-street parking, this cool and peaceful refuge is ideal for nature lovers, cyclists, hikers and those who would appreciate a quiet respite from the ratrace .
Situated in the most beautiful part of the world between two oceans and their beaches, both of which are within a ten minute drive.
Cape Town : 35km away, via scenic drives.
Kalk Ba(URL HIDDEN) : 10km away, Interesting shops and studios, restaurants and quaint working harbour
Simonstown : 10km away, Cruises, Naval Base tours, museums, penguins…
Cape Point : 35km away, Lighthouse, Nature reserve, restaurant, via a scenic drive
For more information and bookings contact Alison
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Access to garden
Local TV (no DSTV)
No other guests. This is a quiet retreat from regular hectic life...
We do NOT have internet connectivity or DSTV.
We feel that our accommodation would be better suited to those who are looking for (URL HIDDEN) opportunity to forget the clock and reconnect with nature ...and yourself.
Barbeque rules to be adhered to, since it is a timber dwelling.
We do not allow pets or children.
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I am a mature woman who loves nature and people who has worked in the hospitality industry. I live by the creed : 'Treat others as you would have them treat you.' I am fortunate to live in a uniquely beautiful part of the world, where it is easier to remember one's connection to nature. I enjoy the slower pace of Life..where there is time to watch the clouds, smell the fresh sea air and listen to birds and marvel at the diversity of the plant life..a natural antidote to stress and tension. I would like to share this with others from afar.