About Lazy Days
Lazy Days is lovely wooden cottage situated in the coastal village of Nature's Valley, surrounded by the Tsistikamma National Park and the warm Indian Ocean. The unique combination of sea, lagoon, forest, fynbos and mountains make Nature's Valley the perfect place to relax and unwind. The Cottage is ideally located in a quiet street, approximately 200 m from both the lagoon and the sea.
This newly renovated cottage with an outside double bedroom sleeping two persons, is fully equipped for self-catering for eight persons. The main bedroom is furnished with a queen-size bed and a TV. The second bedroom has a double bed and the third bedroom has two single beds. We also provide a camp-cot for babies.
Free WIFI is also provided.
The kitchen is equipped with a fridge, a freezer, a stove, a microwave, an automatic washing machine, as well as several small appliances. There are three separate toilets, a separate shower and a separate bath. The sunny lounge is equipped with a flat screen TV with DSTV, a fireplace, a DVD player, a radio, games and books.
The lounge-dining room leads onto an outside deck with a table and chairs for eight people. The deck is a perfect setting for enjoying lazy afternoons and braais on the Weber. The walled, indigenous garden is large and has two built-in braais. There is adequate parking on site. Linen is provided.
Please kindly note that there is a cleaning charge of R350 stays of less than three nights.
Family friendly: Lazy Days is perfect for children. The large garden is fully enclosed and the house is single-story for children's safety. A camp-cot is provided for babies. There are numerous children's games and beach equipment for their use.
Romantic: Lazy Days is a cozy cottage, with a lovely fireplace to snuggle up on the couch on a cold, winter's day.
One-night bookings are subject to an additional surcharge fee.
There is a cleaning charge of R350 for all bookings
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