About Avalon Terrace
Avalon Terrace is situated in the tranquil suburb of La Mercy, away from the busy hustle and bustle of the city centre.
It is comprised of three six sleeper apartments. All apartments have a stunning view of the ocean, lagoon and the shoreline. Guests have a choice of self-catering or bed and breakfast.
Visitors can indulge in the many water sport activities available, or try some outdoor fun on horseback, quad bike or hiking. At Avalon Terrace, you are five minutes away from Sibaya Casino, Mangwanani African Day Spa and the Gateway Mall.
Fun sun and sea
Relax and unwind in warm, sunny Durban! Our apartments are a home away from home. Fully equipped with awesome views of the lagoon and sea.From Wed, 22 Jul 2015
To Mon, 31 Aug 2015
Refundable breakage deposit of R500.
Maximum per apartment - six guests.
No wild parties.
No pets allowed.
Please feel free to smoke on your own private patio - not inside the apartment.
Avalon Terrace Rooms
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Things to do in and around La Mercy
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(3.4 km from La Mercy)
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(6.1 km from La Mercy)
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