The SpaceOur unit provides:
2 Bedrooms (1 bedroom with a double bed and 1 bedroom with two single beds).
1 giant bathroom (a bath and separate shower)
Open plan kitchenette and lounge space
2 televisions with DVD players (feel free to bring something to watch) & local TV.
Wireless Internet is available & free for normal use. Guest AccessThe kitchenette is very complete: fridge, freezer, microwave, electric cooker plate and everything from egg-boiler to coffee maker and a manual dishwasher :).
Towels, sheets, all linen will be provided.
Outside you will find a fynbos/grass garden and a spacious terrace with table and chairs.
Feel free to use our “weber-braai” equipment, but you have to supply all other items yourself, including cleaning afterwards.
Your car can be parked underneath the carport.
A walk to the sea will take you only two minutes! It's not a sandy beach. A very nice sandy beach is nearby in Franskraal at 10 minutes drive. Interaction with GuestsIn this place you can relax and the sound of the ocean will lull you to sleep.
We fully respect your privacy, but do not hesitate to contact us if you need any assistance.
If there is anything wrong or not to your satisfaction please notify us. If we don't know it, we can't act upon it. So do not be shy. Please let's fix it while you are here and do not later complain and post it on a review page.
The NeighborhoodDepending on the time of the year you will seethe whales. You can go for Shark diving, bird watching, hiking trails, enjoy the scenery of the fine bos area. You can stroll down to the beach for a walk or a swim in the tidal pool or at Stanfort cove (protected beach and grassed picnic area).
We are within 10 min of walking distance to the Village of Gansbaai where you find nice restaurants, supermarkets, shops, ATM and much more.
There are Wine Yards all around to visit and take some nice wines home. Getting AroundGansbaai is a hour and 45 minutes drive from The International airport of Cape Town.
We are situated past Hermanus (42 km away/30 minutes) and within easy reach to Cape Agulhas, most southern tip of Africa. From here you can start (or finish) a trip to the Garden or Wine Route. Other Things to NoteWe recommend a visit to the Gansbaai Explore website.
This will give you a complete review of “what to do, where to eat and many more”