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About Mandoryn Nege

Mandoryn Nege is a double-storey, four-bedroom house situated on the marina in Port Owen. The house has its own private jetty and wonderful views across the lagoon.

The self-catering house features four bedrooms; the main bedroom contains a double bed, the second bedroom has a double bed and the other two rooms have three single beds in each. There are also two and a half bathrooms, and the private jetty has access to both the river and the sea.

The West Coast is well-known for its excellent boating, skiing, canoeing and paddling opportunities. Port Owen is one of the most visited birding sites in the world. The town consists of a few good restaurants, and other small towns in the area that can be visited are Parternoster, St Helena Bay and Tieties Bay.

  • Response Rate: 98%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 9 hours
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 4 Reviews


  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Satellite TV*
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans
* Please enquire for further details.

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Reviews for Mandoryn Nege

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Brenda Austin
03 May 2018

Postives - We has a lovely, relaxing long weekend end and enjoyed being right on the water.Negatives - the house is looking jaded & needs some attention, all the bathroom & kitchen taps leak, which with the current water situation is not good, no cupboard doors on any of the bathroom or bedroom cupboards & had no communication from the owner re: anyone meeting us at the property on arrival, where to find the keys or what to do with the keys afterwards

Martie Schreuder
21 June 2017

I just want to say a HUGE thank you to Annamien for your hospitality and kindness. We felt at home from the moment we put our foot in the door. Spacious, neat and right on the river with a fantastic view. The bedrooms are equipped with heaters and lots of warm blankets especially for the cold evenings during winter time. We bought a lot of snoek and geelstert, therefore the chest freezer was a blessing and very much value added to the kitchen. We will definitely go again!!

Tim Heffer, South Africa
15 February 2017

Nobody there on arrival. Nobody there on leaving. Cell and landline not answered and message not returned. Left the key under a rock - hope they found it. House is adequate but needs a good handyman and some decent furniture.Beautiful view and right on the river/lagoon. Enjoyed our stay and fair value for money. Excellent restaurant - Russells 500 m away.

Michael Williams, South Africa
05 May 2014

We had a good time and enjoyed the accommodation very much. Everything is there to make your holiday a pleasure . The kids had fun with the ping pong and we adults enjoyed the beautiful sunset and sunrises and the balcony.

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Mandoryn Nege is 1.7km from the centre of Velddrif , the nearest airport 140.7km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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