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About Nautilus Self-catering accommodation

Nautilus Self-catering accommodation, offers a peaceful retreat in three comfortable units, situated in the seaside village of St Helena Bay and in the nature reserve Cape St Martin. The units are all well-equipped and can each sleep two people.

There are three units, of which one has limited self-catering facilities. The units all have a double bed with good linen, and bathrooms with soft towels and bath robes. The kitchenettes all offer a microwave, bar fridge, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Air-conditioning, TVs and Wi-Fi are standard throughout. The two top-floor units have balconies from where one can enjoy beautiful views of the fynbos and ocean. Outside braai available.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 5 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 7 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Satellite TV*
  • Wi-Fi
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans
* Please enquire for further details.



Stay between 01 Jun 2018 and 2018/07/31 12:00:00 AM and get 20% off.

  • 2 night min stay (check-in between 01 Jun 2018 and 31 Jul 2018)

Important Information

There is a R200 key deposit payable in cash on arrival.

Nautilus Self-catering accommodation Rooms

Reviews for Nautilus Self-catering accommodation

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Lize-Mari Tinderholm
06 December 2017

We came and arrived as strangers but after only 20 minutes it felt that we were life long friends. Thank you for all the friendliness, beautiful and comfortable accommodation. Although it is two hours drive from Cape Town it is so worth it. I will strongly refer Nautilus for all visiting St Helena Bay. We will see you again in the near future.Best wishes and love: Andre & Lize-Mari

Gail Lochner
28 August 2017

Lovely comfortable place, very friendly and helpful hosts.

Marthie Mountany
02 March 2017

What a nice experience..and people...THANKS..

Anchen Tempelhoff
23 January 2017

Nautilus was one of the best self-catering units we’ve ever stayed in and our hosts, Marie and Tally, made us feel very welcome and at home from the minute we arrived.The unit was beautiful and well equipped with all the necessities and so much more and the attention to detail (welcome note, home made cookies, water glasses at the wash basin in the bathroom and info file) made quite an impression.Cape St Martin Private Nature Reserve is one of the Cape West Coast’s best hidden gems and the perfect place for a nice relaxing weekend away. Nautilus is surrounded by fynbos and a stone throw away...
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Barbara and Victor Muhlenbeck, South Africa
21 January 2017

Of all our travels by car from Durban to Cape Town, experienced the greatest hospitality and welcome.Highly recommended and will be back.

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Nautilus Self-catering accommodation Map

Nautilus Self-catering accommodation is 1km from the centre of Britannia Bay , the nearest airport 157.6km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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Britannia Bay Beach

(0.1 km from Britannia Bay)

2 reviews

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Shelley Bay

(4.4 km from Britannia Bay)

1 review

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Shelley Point Golf Course

(4.2 km from Britannia Bay)

1 review

Wonderful 9-hole links golf course in the middle of the peninsula where you have seaviews from all, except one hole.


(4.9 km from Britannia Bay)

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