About Eden Dunes A
Eden Dunes A is a self-catering apartment located in Shelly Beach, a small coastal town halfway between Margate and Port Shepstone on the KwaZulu-Natal Hibiscus Coast. Shelly Beach's name is terribly fitting thanks to the thousands of beautiful shells that play out on the beaches. This holiday destination offers several golden beaches, friendly residents, endless water sports and fantastic diving spots.This ground floor apartment has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and sleeps, eight people. The master bedroom has a queen-size bed, a bunk bed, and an en-suite bathroom. The second bedroo
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Terms of payment:
Your account must be settled as follows:
If your arrival is in less than a month then balance payment needs to be made immediately.
If your arrival is in more than a month then balance payment needs to be made 1 month prior to arrival.
A refundable damages/breakage deposit of R 1 200.00 is required along with the balance payment of the booking. This is payable to Holidays 4 U, who will email you regarding this, in order to finalise your booking.
Payment methods accepted on the balance payment:
Regretfully no cheques and/or cheque deposits accepted.
EFT payments only.
Cash payments and/or deposits are acceptable, however, a cash deposit fee of one hundred rand (R 100.00), per deposit will be for your account and will be deducted from your damages/ breakages deposit prior to refund.
Please note that the Holidays 4 U offices are closed on the 25th of December, 26th of December and the 1st of January, therefore they are unable to accommodate arrivals and departures on these dates.
Damages/breakages deposits are refundable, pending their inspection after departure and are refunded as follows:
Within seven (7) working days after departure.
- Swimming Pool
- Parking on Premises
- Central location
- Double bed
- Iron and board
- Non smoking rooms
- Non-Smoking Hotel
- Pets Not Allowed
- Portfolio Collection
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling