Evergreen is all about family. And the beach. Situated in the lush vegetation of Salt Rock on the Dolphin Coast its the perfect spot for you and your family to recharge your batteries. It is a haven of peace and tranquility away from bustling holiday scene while being only 900 meters from Salt Rocks main beach. This garden apartment is situated in a small and exclusive estate that has extensive beautifully maintained gardens. It can accommodate four guests in two air-conditioned bedrooms that are both fitted with queen size beds. The main bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a bath and shower, and the second bathroom has a bath with hand shower. The kitchen is well equipped with a stove and mini oven, microwave, fridge freezer dishwasher and washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a wall mounted flat screen TV with DStv as well as uncapped Wi-Fi. Leading from the lounge through sliding doors is a large undercover patio with a comfortable lounge area as well as a 10 seater dining table. The unit has two weber braais to use in the garden or at the pool in the estate. Bird life is abundant with both fruit and seed eaters visiting constantly to feed from the bird feeders set up in the vegetation adjoining the patio. There are no stairs to gain access to the apartment and the garage is part of the main building with one additional parking. A beach umbrella, goggles, snorkels, flippers, boogie boards, a surf board and an assortment of beach toys are available to guest, so no need to bring yours along. Domestic help is available on request. Excellent child friendly restaurants are near by as well as fine dining for guests looking for something special. The Salt Rock Hotel and Club are both practically on our doorstep with an extensive menu and beautiful swimming pools. King Shaka International Airport is 18 km south of the Salt Rock.
Arrangements for remainder of payment must please be confirmed on booking. Either EFT or cash on arrival.
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