About 17 Astove
17 Astove is a comfortable self-catering apartment situated in a secure complex, only a stone’s throw from the rocky shoreline.The apartment features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, an open-plan living area with a TV, and a fully equipped kitchen with a washing machine. Bring your own decoder and smart card for DStv access.Guests can relax on the lovely balcony with beautiful sea views. There are communal braai facilities and secure parking available.No arrivals accepted on Christmas Day or Day of Goodwill, or on 1 January. Minimum nights required:Out of season – 2 nights,Mid season, school holidays – 5 nights Long weekends – 3 nights,Peak season – 7 nights Guests are required to pay a non - refundable reservation / admin fee of R500.00, as well as a refundable fee deposit of R500.00 at least one week before arrival.
No arrivals accepted on Christmas Day or Day of Goodwill, or on 1 January.
A standard fee of R500 is charged for admin, linen, and cleaning - non-refundable.
Breakage deposits of R1000 charged.
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