About Dolfin View Self-catering Accommodation
Southport is nestled between coastal inlands and the warm Indian Ocean, a seaside home from home forming part of the Hibiscus Coast lying between Hibberdene and Port Shepstone. It boasts clean, quiet, unspoilt beaches. Dolfin View sleeps six adults, pets are welcome.
Pet Friendly Three-bedroom home with two bathrooms, one en-suite and one has a shower and bath. Two rooms have breaker views as does the lounge and patio. The lounge and kitchen is open-plan and fully-equipped with a stove, microwave and many more. Bed linen is provided and rooms can be services on request. The lounge has DStv and DVD and Video and Sound system, the main bedroom has DStv. We welcome well behaved small to medium dogs. Your hosts are Wendy and Mark.
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