About Bermudas 301
Bermudas 301 is located on a magnificent beachfront complex situated on Umhlanga's premier beach.
This second-floor apartment has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, features an open-plan fully equipped kitchen, a dining table, air-conditioning, a lounge with DStv, and a small balcony with sea views. The unit also offers guests a communal swimming pool and parking on the premises and is serviced from Monday to Saturday, excluding Public Holidays, and guests must please bring their own beach towels.
Hire a segway or a bicycle and ride along the magnificent Durban beach-front promenade or there is deep sea fishing, dolphin viewing, scuba diving, snorkelling, surfing or just relaxing on the beaches or taking a long leisurely walk or a jog on the beautiful beaches.
Stay for 3 nights and only pay for 2 nights between 02 May 2018 and 22 Jun 2018.
- 3 night min stay (check-in between 02 May 2018 and 22 Jun 2018)
There is a booking fee of R360 and a refundable breakage deposit of R1000 which is to be paid directly to the establishment before arrival
Bermudas 301 Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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