About this listing
This light, airy, well equipped self-catering apartment close to the beach in Simon’s Town sleeps 4 and offers breathtaking 180 degree views of False Bay.
From here you can watch the whales in season, and the ever changing beauty of the bay.
The apartment is spacious, stylish and designed to bathe you in natural light wherever you are.It accommodates 4. The bedroom sleeps 2, with the choice of kingsize or twin beds. The large open plan sitting room has a sofa bed with pull-out to sleep two.
The kitchen is well equipped.
The bathroom has a beautiful shower with sea views.
Solar hot water is topped up by electric when needed
Just , a short walk away, is the safe and sandy Fisherman’s Beach, ideal for swimming, paddling or sunbathing. Closer to home you have the use of a magnificent, 10 meter solar heated swimming pool in the garden, well protected from the prevailing south-easterly wind.
The mature, indigenously planted garden also has a trampoline and climbing frame.
Interaction with guests
The apartment is attached to our house but is self-contained and has its own separate entrance. You will not be intruded upon but you will be sharing the garden and the pool with us. We are welcoming but allow guests privacy.
Other things to note
Secure garage parking is available with direct access to the apartment.
We have very few rules, because we want our guests to feel at home. We are in a quiet area and excessive noise would not be appreciated.
This is a no smoking apartment, and no pets are allowed.
Children are welcome.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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I'm a South African who lived for many years in England and returned to South Africa in 1993. I am the home maker, architect and gardener of the property. I am also a teacher and therapist. Peter, my English husband, runs seminars on sustainability leadership for senior business people in Southern Africa. Peter is fluent in French, and I am fairly fluent in Afrikaans; we are both learning isiXhosa. We live with a very smart, friendly little dog named Mr. D’Arcy.