About Hammock Island Loft Apartment
Hammock Island Loft apartment, situated on the award-winning, blue flag Thesen Islands marina, with controlled access is totally secure and conveniently close to town, within walking distance of local restaurants.
The fully self-contained apartment is on the first floor with a west facing balcony overlooking the water, cool in the mornings for breakfast outdoors with magical sunset views in the evenings. Completely private and luxuriously appointed, the spacious loft sleeps two comfortably with en-suite his and her bathroom and shower.
The rooms are decorated in a subtle nautical theme with all the appliances required to make your stay as comfortable as possible, including microwave-grill-oven combo, twin plate hot plate, fridge,/freezer, french press, filter coffee machine, juicer, blender and flat screen, high definition TV with the full DSTV bouquet at your control and 55 DVD titles from which to choose. Free wifi is included as well. Parking is off-road.
The island has a wild bird sanctuary with viewing hide and an 18 hole putting course, as well as tennis and squash facilities. A putter/golfballs and racquets are available to borrow. There is also a painter's easel in the apartment and a telescope for star gazing. The main beach/swimming area in the marina has a public braai you may use with toilet facilities and wifi. Laundry can be arranged in town.
The apartment is strictly no smoking.
Romantic: Honeymooners love the seclusion and luxury of the apartment. From the kingsize bed to the his and hers basins, the apartment has been enjoyed by many honeymooners!
The remaining money outstanding is due a month in advance of the arrival date or the booking is no longer valid. In the event of a written cancellation, all money will be refunded if the apartment is rebooked on those dates for an equivalent rental.
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