About Natspat Unit 2
Natspat is located in a secure complex and the unit has views over the Manaba beach and is within walking distance of the Margate and Uvongo beach. Unit 2 is newly renovated and has a lovely veranda with a build in braai, table and chairs where you can sit back and relax while watching the passing whales and dolphins.
This two bedroom self-catering unit can sleep four to six people. There is a TV (please bring own smartcard), open plan kitchen, dining and lounge area that opens with sliding doors to the veranda. The kitchen is fully equipped with oven, fridge, freezer and microwave.
The main bedroom with a sliding door to the veranda and has a double bed with en-suite shower and toilet. The second bedroom has two single beds and there is a double bed sleeper couch in the lounge. The second bathroom has a shower, bath and toilet. Linen is provided but please bring your own towels, beach towels and dishcloths.
Other facilities include two undercover parking areas and a swimming pool in the complex.
A breakage/damage deposit of R500.00 is required on arrival. This must be handed to management in an envelope with all your particulars: Name, Unit no. Date of Arrival/departure, Cell no. and Bank details.
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