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.
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Things to do in and around Port Owen
(3.8 km from Port Owen)
Wander along the oldest road in Velddrif where time seems to stand still. Watch the tide come in while the local fisherman ply their trade in the age old way. Sip a cocktail at one of the restaurants or amble along and buy a piece of West Coast art...
(2.6 km from Port Owen)
Tollies River & Boat Cruises in Velddrif offer fun and exciting cruises for all. Enjoy splendid sunset cruises and bird-watching cruises - just bring your snacks and refreshments along and you'll be treated to an unforgettable experience. This...
(19.5 km from Port Owen)
Five million years ago the Cape’s West Coast was very different from what it is today. A wide range of animals (now extinct) lived in riverine forests, wooded savannah, and ocean as well as on offshore islands. Phosphate mining operations at...
(20.3 km from Port Owen)
This quaint little bay is situated between St Helena Bay and Shelley Point. Quite a few fisheries can be found here, hence its name. Beautiful views and a relaxed atmosphere, as well as some educational insight into the fishing industry can be...