About Lagoon View Self-catering
Situated on the water's edge of the beautiful Walvis Bay lagoon, the upmarket self-catering chalet offers luxury with uninterrupted views of the tranquil natural beauty of the protected surrounding wetland.
Lagoon View is a double-storey chalet that can sleep four adults and comprises of two bedrooms, a full bathroom, a separate toilet and an open-plan kitchen and lounge area.
The bedrooms are decorated in a beach-cottage style and enjoy panoramic views of the lagoon from the comfort of your bed. The main bedroom has a double bed and its own private balcony while the second bedroom is furnished with two single beds. The main bedroom also has a private balcony where guests can enjoy the spectacular sunsets or watch the marine life on the lagoon. Both bedrooms are equipped with heated blankets, ceiling fans and built-in cupboards.
The bathroom has an oval corner bath, a glass panel shower, underfloor heating and a heated towel rail with fresh towels. The open-plan kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering and includes a fridge/freezer, a microwave, a hob and oven and a washing machine. The comfortable lounge is spacious and furnished with a flat screen TV and full DStv channels. Guests have the convenience of having a remote operated lock-up garage and safe off-street parking.
Ideally located along The Esplanade, Lagoon View is a one-minute walk from Raft restaurant, a short walk from Dolphins coffee shop and a five-minute walk from the waterfront and departure point for the seal and dolphin cruises.
Various adventure and sport facilities can be enjoyed right across the street such as the municipal swimming pool, tennis courts, kitesurfing and windsurfing. Other activities such as surf angling, 4x4 beach excursions and day trips to the Namib Desert can be organized on request. Airport transfers can be arranged on request.
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