About Ankers Woonstel Nr 5
Ankers Woonstel Nr 5 is situated in the popular Manaba Beach which lies just north of Margate. This subtropical part of the KwaZulu-Natal south coast, part of the Hibiscus Coast, lies just south of St Michael's-on-Sea and Shelly Beach and is roughly 6 km north of Ramsgate, another popular seaside town.
This flat is an open-plan holiday flat that consists two bedrooms, one bathroom and a separate toilet. The main bedroom is equipped with a queen-size bed and the second bedroom is equipped with a bunk bed.
There is a lock-up garage and an undercover braai area on the ground floor. The flat can accommodate a total of five guests and have beautiful views of the beach and ocean from the balcony. The flat is serviced on a daily basis except Sundays and Public holidays.
Activities in the area include swimming, sunbathing, fishing, kite surfing, paddling, canoeing, windsurfing, birdwatching, golfing and even whale watching.
R120.00 booking fee.
No pets allowed
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