About San Lameer
San Lameer is a charming villa situated in the San Lameer Resort, in the quaint seaside village of Southbroom.The village comprises of four bedrooms, accommodating up to eight guests, and features a fully equipped kitchen, a lounge with DStv, and a dining area with an eight-seater table. Guests also have access to the resorts facilities, such as the swimming pool, a restaurant, a spa, and the golf course. The villa is within walking distance of a well-kept beach with a beachfront restaurant. Canoes and paddle boats, bicycles, bowls and tennis racquets can be hired from
Located on Marina Beach with direct gate access, 5 min walk. Beach has a Seafood Restaurant / Bar l in front of a tidal pool. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. facilities lifeguards surfing and fishing.
A full Spa is located at the swimming pool and deck area
San Lameer offers an 18-hole premier class golf course.
Weddings facilities are hosted at the conference and events halls located at the pool and restaurant areas.
A conference facility is at the walkable main hotel
The complex is a perfect destination with a championship golf course, mashie course for beginners and children, walking, cycling track, river rentals, golf cart hire, main pool, childrens pool and games rental facilities
our unit offers the idea hideaway on the quite banks of the lagoon. Sip cocktails or braai on our elevated deck and soak in the sunsets.
Villa 3107 is contract cleaned on a daily basis depending on the visitors requirements. The company cleans in a manner that takes into account all Covid suggestions and recommendations
Availability and Pricing
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- Airport Shuttle
- Laundry Facilities*
- Swimming Pool
- Satellite TV*
- Vitality Collection
- Room Service
- Conference Venues
- Restaurant on Premises
- Parking on Premises
- 24H. Check In
- 24H. Reception
- 24H. Security
- Activities desk
- Air conditioning
- Express check in
- Iron and board
- House Keeping
- Pets Not Allowed
- Covid Safety Approved
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling