About Sundowner Loft
Sundowner Loft offers guests a choice of booking the Self-catering Loft or the Sundowner house, both with lovely sea views.The Self-catering Loft is a spacious homely apartment offering spectacular sea views. Available year round, the loft is ideally located, with the town's main attractions a walk away. Take a stroll to the beach or light up a braai on your private terrace and garden while watching the whales pass by. The loft is ideal for a couple or family. The apartment features wooden flooring, a recycled teak dining table and a lounge corner with a TV and a DVD player. A small library with books and DVDs is there for your enjoyment. The kitchenette is fitted with a small stove, a toaster, a tea and coffee making facilities and a refrigerator. The extra-long solid oak bed provides a comfortable night's sleep. The sleeper couch is equally comfortable. A baby cot is also available. Free toiletries are provided in the en-suite bathroom. The deck features two lazy chairs, barbecue facilities, a fire bowl and a wooden dining table. The Sundowner House has two bedrooms and two bathrooms with a large open plan living area and fully equipped kitchen. Available year round the unit also boasts magnificent sea views. The main bedroom features a double bed, workspace and en-suit bathroom with shower only. The 2nd bedroom is fitted with a double bed, workspace and en-suit with bath and shower.The house features a fully equipped kitchen with a dish washer, a washing machine as well as an oven and gas stove top. The lounge is fitted with a fireplace, a retro sofa, and a flat screen TV with H.D satellite channels. The dining table area is fitted with a wooden table which overlooks the harbour. Enjoy the views from the patio or built in braai place and enjoy your meal on the recycled wooden table. Relax while sipping your sundowner in the hammock, or wooden lazy chairs.
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