About Rots en See
Rots en See is a popular self-catering holiday home located on the shoreline of Franskraal, near the fishing village of Gansbaai. It is ideal for large groups and can easily accommodate 12 people.
Enjoying a 180-degree sea view, the house has four bedrooms with comfortable double and single beds, each with its own bathroom. We provide all linen, blankets and towels for convenience. The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering with a stove, an oven, a microwave, a fridge-freezer, a toaster and tea and coffee facilities. Guests can enjoy their meals at the dining table and the lounge offers a TV with DStv and a DVD player. The living area also opens onto an indoor patio with a braai area.
We provide wood for guests’ first fire and there is parking in the double garage. The house is equipped with a washing machine and laundry services are available in town. The house has an alarm system as well as armed response and guests are asked to keep the alarm active when not at home. Please note that we do not allow smoking in the house.
One of the main attractions in the area is the milkwood forest. Guests can do the Groot Melkhout Trail which is a beautiful 2 km circular trail, or visit the privately owned Strandveld Museum, go shark cage diving or take the short drive to Gansbaai and do some exploring.
Special discount for a winter midweek breakaway, in Tuesdays out Thursdays, excluding school holidays.From Wed, 01 Apr 2015
To Mon, 31 Aug 2015
- Laundry Facilities*
- Satellite TV*
- Parking on Premises
Basic tariff is for one to five people. Additional guests pay R180 per person per night.
Rots en See Rooms
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- 2 Nights
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Reviews for Rots en See2 guest reviews Reviews of
3.5 out of 5 stars
The house is really very well equipped and very spacious. We spent most of our time around the big table eating, playing games or just chatting. The TV with DSTV made sure we didn't miss the rugby. The view was very aesthetically pleasing and the path next to the ocean was a great for a morning and afternoon stroll. All and all we had a memorable stay at Rots and See.
We really enjoyed our stay at Rots & See and we actually watched the whales play about 100 M off shore for most of our stay.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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