About Chez Nous
Chez Nous is a comfortable two bedroom cottage that sleeps four guests. The cottage includes self-catering facilities, secure parking and DStv.
Each bedroom in the cottage has two single beds. The cottage has a lovely private garden with braai facilities.
Southport is a beautiful area known for its secluded beach, rich in shady areas and ideal for family holidays. The cottage is just 300m from a blue flag beach with tidal pool.
Beach: Blue Flag Beach within 300m from the cottage. Has tidal pool and restaurant on beach.
Romantic: Peaceful coastal living for a couple looking to get away from the bustle of the city. With limited reception this offers a break away from technology to concentrate on each other and the beautiful surroundings.
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Things to do in and around Southport
(0.4 km from Southport)
The latest beach to be granted Blue Flag status in Natal. Stunning milkwood trees shade attractive braai areas, beautiful sandy beach with rock pools and a tidal pool for the little children. Safe guarded car park, clean ablutions, life guards, and...
(0.5 km from Southport)
Situated between Scottburgh and Margate, Southport Beach offers wonderful dolphin and whale watching opportunities. Although it is relatively unknown and quiet, it is within an easy 30-minute driving distance from Scottburgh and Margate. There are...
(1.4 km from Southport)
Anerley Beach is situated on the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal, just eight kilometres north of Port Shepstone. The beach is quiet and peaceful most of the year except during peak season. There are plenty of picnic spots in the area as well as a...
(2.1 km from Southport)
Banana Beach is situated on the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. It is safe for swimming with lifeguards on duty during holiday season and on weekends, as well as being shark-net protected. You can also fish from the beach or the rocks and go...