About Hartenbos-Landgoed 43
Hartenbos - Landgoed 43 is a lovely self-catering holiday home, situated in a secure Eco Estate. The house and estate are ideally suited for families with children or groups seeking a peaceful hideaway close to the ocean.
The spacious double-storey house can comfortable sleep up to seven people in three bedrooms, sharing two bathrooms. The house has a lovely open-plan living area with modern comforts and facilities. The modern kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering and includes a dishwasher and laundry facilities. The comfortable lounge has ample seating and a TV with full DStv Premium package. Braai facilities are available in the indoor braai area.
The Eco Estate offers secure family living with access control and security guards that walk around on the estate. There is an enclosed area for the kids, with a swimming pool and trampolines. The lagoon and beach are a short 500 metre walk away.
Beach: This stylish Eco Estate is only a 500 metre walk to the nearest beach.
Family friendly: This family friendly estate offers an enclosed pool and trampolines. 24-hour security ensures a safe environment within the estate, where the kids can freely moved around and ride their bicycles.
Hartenbos-Landgoed 43 Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Hartenbos
(1.1 km from Hartenbos)
Hartenbos Beach near Mossel Bay is a wide sandy beach that’s perfect for families, swimming, surfing and walking. Near the beach are many restaurants, shops and a heated indoor swimming pool. Wheelchair access to the beach is via a number of ramps....
(1 km from Hartenbos)
A trip to Hartenbos during summer cannot be complete without a visit to the wildly entertaining Hartenbos Water park. For friends and family, nothing beats the thrill and fun of a water slide. From big to small, Hartenbos Water Park has something...
(11.8 km from Hartenbos)
Guided quad bike safaris at Nyaru Game Lodge are a unique and adrenaline pumping experience offering visitors an opportunity to get closer to wildlife. Tours traverse through beautiful fynbos valleys and usually last between 1.5 – 2 hours....
(1 km from Hartenbos)
History buffs and anyone keen to get clued up about South Africa’s heritage should make this museum part of their Garden Route itinerary. The Hartenbos Museum is one of the oldest museums in Mossel Bay and focuses on the Great Trek. Interesting...