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If you are looking for a break from the everyday hustle and bustle, then you will find Driftwood’s easy West Coast living enjoyable, and its ideal beach side location rejuvenating.This spacious house is situated in the quiet fishing town of McDougallsbay and with a beachfront location, boasts beautiful sea views from almost every room in the house; especially from the front under-roof patio with outside braai area. The house consists of three bedrooms, and sleeps seven guests comfortably. Up to eight guests can be accommodated.The living room is spacious and sunny; in an open-plan layout it offers a kitchen, dining room and lounge with indoor braai area. The lounge features a full DSTV bouquet. The scullery is equipped with a washing machine, tumble drier and dishwasher. Outside there is an additional braai area and secure parking in the fenced yard. (No Garage) Please note that the rates displayed are for two guests and that the rates are subject to the number of guests staying, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs. In Season date's 10 Des till 10 Jan R3377.56 Maximum 8 people in house including children over 2 years. Long weekend’s Flat rate: R3377.56p/n. Min 3 nights. Easter Weekend Flat rate: R3377.56 per night. (In season tariffs Flat rate R 3377.56 will be charged per night.)
No cleaning services after book in. WIRELESS INTERNET AVAILABLE
Please note no Parties, or social gathering or social function functions in house permitted.
Easter Weekend Minimum stays 3 nights Book in time NO LATER than 20.00H
Please note December bookings Minimum stay 6 nights. Easter Weekend Minimum stays 3 nights Book in time NO LATER than 20.00H.
WIRELESS INTERNET AVAILABLE
More About Driftwood
- Laundry Facilities*
- Satellite TV*
- Parking on Premises
Low Season Rates:
1-2 persons - R1194.21
3 persons - R1326.90
4 persons - R1447.53
5 persons - R1688.78
6 persons - R1809.41
7 persons - R1930.04
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling