About Amen Corner
Amen Corner is a large and spacious house on the beautiful Selborne Park Golf Estate. The house sleeps eight people and is ideal for a large travelling party. The house is well equipped and provides everything guests require for a relaxed self-catering holiday.
The house has four spacious bedrooms with twin beds and their own TVs. The rooms have en-suite bathrooms and are fully furnished with towels, bedding and built-in cupboards. There is an additional sleeper couch accommodating two people.
The spacious living area has a lounge and a dining room with a table seating 10 people. The lounge has a TV with DStv and opens onto a bar area with six bar stools. The bar can be fully stocked by arrangement. There is a large, fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances as well as a washing machine, a tumble-dryer and a fridge-freezer with an ice maker. The house has limited cleaning services.
The living area leads onto a patio with a built-in braai and outdoor furniture. The large manicured lawn is surrounded by lush vegetation giving a feeling of privacy and tranquility. The garden is home to a large swimming pool.
Selborne Park Golf Course was South Africa's first golf estate. The golf course has matured into one of the most eye-catching courses and is lined by rocks and a forested area. Pennington has a sub-tropical climate which allows for guests to enjoy the stretches of white beaches year round. Enjoy long strolls on the beach, swimming and fishing.
Golf: Great for a golfers getaway
Wedding Venues: Intimate engagement parties, milestone anniversaries and golf weekends away with the boys can be arranged with the experienced event planner. Both beach and golf wedding packages are available.
Family friendly: Most certainly is family friendly
A refundable breakage deposit of R1,500 is required
December Holidays has a minimum stay of 7 nights
Easter Holidays has a minimum stay of 3 nights
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling