About Natspat 20
Located between Uvongo and Manaba beach. Natspat 20 is a classy, fully-furnished, six sleeper self-catering unit with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open plan kitchen and lounge area right next to the sea.
The main bedroom has a queen-size bed, air-conditioning and an en-suite bathroom. Second bedroom with twin beds and air-conditioning. Separate full bathroom. two sleeper couches in the lounge. Modern newly renovated fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine, microwave and oven. Undercover parking for one car and open bay parking for a second car. Linen and bath towels are provided but guests are requested to supply their own beach towels. Cleaning service can be arranged at extra cost. No smoking is permitted in the unit.
The house boasts incredible sea views from the large veranda, which features patio furniture and braai facilities. Fishing from Orange Rocks or Shad Bay is within walking distance from the unit. From feeding the dassies on the rocks to exploring for sea shells, crabs and small fish, Natspat promises an unforgettable getaway.
50% deposit of rate on booking and balance payable two weeks before arrival.
Refundable breakage deposit R700
No pets allowed
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