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General

The 4-star Beach House is situated in Port Alfred, Eastern Cape, and offers accommodation in six bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning.
The bedrooms have queen or king size beds – twin beds are available on request – DSTV, heated towel rails, tea and coffee making facilities, bar fridge, fans, heaters, safe, hairdryer, and hair conditioning. Some rooms have sea views.
The Beach House has secure parking, WiFi Internet access, a swimming pool, and patio. Breakfast is included in the room rates.It is near to various restaurants, bars, shopping centres, and businesses, and located 106km from East London.
Attractions and activities include day visits to Mgwali Xhosa Village, Hood Point Lighthouse, Marlene Neumann Centre of Photography and Light, Strandloper hiking trail, sailing, fishing, kite surfing, and beaches.
Policy
Less than 7 days, forfeit 100% deposit
From 8 – 14 days, forfeit 75% deposit
From 15 – 21 days, forfeit 50% deposit
From 22 to 28 days, forfeit 25% deposit – 29 Days plus, a small cancellation fee may be charged

Establishment Code

TH7573

Nearby

Beach Nearby, Seaside Resort, Swimming Pool, Town / City Outskirts

Price

Price : 897.69 ZAR - 897.69 ZAR p/p sharing

AATravel Code

PA43158

City

port-alfred

Facilities

  • Air conditioning
  • Breakfast Only
  • Catering By Arrangement
  • English
  • Hairdryer
  • MNet / Satellite TV
  • Private Garden / Patio
  • Safe in Room
  • Secure Parking
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tea and coffee maker

Activities

Beach, Bird watching, Eco & Nature, Fishing, Hiking, Horse Riding, Safaris, Sailing, Swimming Pool, Water Sports - Sailing, Water Sports - Scuba diving

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