About this listing
A little piece of Heaven on the Royal Alfred Marina, Port Alfred. Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Beautiful fully equipped family home with marina frontage, and just over the sand dunes miles & miles of awesome Indian Ocean beach. Game reserves nearby.
The house has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and sleeps up to eight guests.
It has wonderful views of the marina from the upstairs balconies, and also from the downstairs, garden and patio.
The downstairs is open-plan, allowing a free flow between kitchen, dining room, TV lounge and formal lounge.
The patio is a relaxing area with garden furniture and a Weber barbeque.
With marina frontage, the garden stairs lead to a jetty from where you can enjoy fishing or sundowners. Sunsets across the Marina are breathtaking and an early morning walk over the sand dunes will reward you with spectacular sunrises over the Indian Ocean.
Guests will have full private use of this 3 bedroomed, 3 bathroomed home with a beautiful terraced garden leading down to a jetty and marina frontage. They will also have access to the clubhouse where there are pools and tennis courts.
Interaction with guests
Guests are most welcome to contact us via telephone or email for any queries, advice or assistance.
Port Alfred is village like community which comes to life over the Christmas season. The surrounding areas are a pleasure to explore - there are game reserves, villages and nature reserves. People looking for serious pampering will also find luxury spas and excellent restaurants.
Port Alfred is less than a two hour drive from Port Elizabeth and East London airports. Car hire and shuttle services are available from both airports.
Other things to note
The house is located in a secure, peaceful estate. Ideal for water activities, cycling or walking. Two minutes walk from a spectacular beach!
Enjoy yourselves, relax and rejuvenate! Please make use of the outside areas if you wish to smoke.
We are a South African family living abroad whilst educating our children. I travel widely, but think the Indian Ocean coast is one of the most special places to be.