Lavender House is situated in Port Alfred, 100 m from the river and 150 m from restaurants, a health shop, quaint gift and décor stores, hotel and cocktail bar. All of these are within easy and safe walking distance. Lavender House offers the ultimate in laid-back beach house holiday accommodation. The house is let as a self-catering unit and sleeps between 8 to 10 people, tastefully decorated with beautiful Tribal Textiles products from Zambia.
The house comprises four bedrooms and three bathrooms, an open-plan fully equipped kitchen, two lounges and a dining area, and an outdoor entertainment area with a fire-pit as well as a fully enclosed garden. There is secure off-street parking, a ramp for wheelchairs and prams.
NEW !! Lavender Room is a cosy double room, with kitchenette and separate bathroom ,( shower, toilet and basin ) It has it's own entrance and enclosed garden with braai facilities , and secure off street parking. It is adjacent to Lavender House and can be booked together or on it's own.
The magnificent beach is 1 km down the road. Six malaria-free game parks are to be found in the area and for the sporty there is the Royal Port Alfred Golf Course, tennis, bowls, boating, canoeing, deep sea fishing and diving available. Airport transfers can be arranged as we are ideally situated 150 km Port Elizabeth and 130 km East London.
- Airport Shuttle
- Wheelchair Enabled
- Laundry Facilities*
- Pet Friendly*
- Indoor Fireplace
- Satellite TV*
- No Credit Card Facilities
- Parking on Premises
Family friendly: The enclosed garden at the back is an ideal place for children to play safely. Board games and cards are supplied , in case of rainy weather. There is a hot and cold outdoor shower to wash away sea sand and muddy feet.
A minimum deposit of 50% of the quote is to be paid within 5 days of making the booking. A minimum stay period of two nights applies.
A once off cleaning fee of R150 is charged if you are travelling with your dog.
Festive season 1 Dec - 13 Jan 2019 a minimum stay of 7 days applies
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling