About Ben Siesta 302
Ben Siesta in is situated in Umhlanga Rocks, near to the Umhlanga Sands Hotel.
This is a two bedroom and two bathroom unit. This third-floor apartment has a balcony with lovely sea views, an open-plan lounge and dining area, as well as a kitchen with a fridge and freezer, a microwave, an oven, crockery and cutlery. It has DStv, linen and bath towels are provided, however, beach towels are not. The access to the unit is up two flights of stairs and there is one undercover garage and open parking. There is a communal swimming pool and braai facilities at the complex.
The beach access is directly across the road from the property. The unit is serviced daily, Monday to Saturday; excluding public holidays.
In addition to the amount due to safarinow please be advised of the following :-
1. Refundable breakage deposit of 1000
2. Booking fee of R 360
The amount of R1360 is to be settled directly to us and not safarinow. Details will follow on acceptance of the quote.
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