About Khaialama 3
Although this unit has no sea views, it is situated in a seafront complex only a short walk from the beach, restaurants and shops. There is a tidal pool situated on the beach immediately in front of the complex for the kids.
This simplex unit consists of four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, an open-plan living area with a TV, a dining room, an under-cover braai area and a carport for two vehicles. All linen, towels, toiletries and basic cleaning agents are provided. There are ceiling fans as well as freestanding fans throughout the unit. The unit is serviced only before arrival; extra servicing can be arranged at an extra cost.
Some of the finest golf courses are only an hour’s drive from Margate. There are no less that nine 18-hole courses of which two are rated amongst South Africa’s top 12. The airport is only a 10-minute drive away and the Wild Coast Sun and Casino only a 30-minute drive away.
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Things to do in and around Margate
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The Douglas Mitchell Sports Ground is a large facility that offers tennis, rugby, squash and cricket. The grounds are well-kept and regular meetings and events are held. A unique feature is the model car racing facility.
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Margate Main Beach is a very popular bathing beach on the South Coast in KwaZulu-Natal. Restaurants, swimming pools and a recreational area make it ideal for families. Lifeguards ensure you enjoy the warm water in safety.
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Ramsgate South Beach lies at the end of a beautiful estuary. Indigenous subtropical vegetation and a park-like area fringe the wide, sandy beach. Numerous interpretative signboards provide interesting information about the ecology and local...
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The subtropical waters of Shelly Beach offer a tempting playground to divers and holidaymakers alike. The beach is protected by shark nets and is patrolled by lifeguards during school holidays. There is a popular scuba diving reef just over 1500m...