Oceangolf offers stylish self-catering accommodation in a delightful setting with breathtaking ocean views, just five minutes' walk from the beach. Set in two acres of natural gardens, the property offers a heated swimming pool and a nine-hole putting green, within easy reach of the Cape’s major golf courses. Oceangolf’s unique design offers flexible accommodation for up to twenty people in a magnificent setting with breathtaking views. The décor is stylish and relaxing, the rooms spacious. Most rooms are self catering and most offer panoramic sea views, en-suite bath or shower rooms. The bedlinen and towels are fresh cotton, the duvets and pillows made of down, with polyester also available.The kitchens are equipped with a cooker, hob, refrigerator and microwave oven.Just five minutes' walk from one of the longest stretches of white sandy beach in Cape Town and within easy reach of the city. The accommodation is set on the slopes of the mountain, enjoying uninterrupted views of the Atlantic Ocean and magnificent sunsets. Two acres of peaceful terraced gardens lead through shady bowers to sunny decks. There are two swimming pools; a large heated pool and a smaller plunge pool. Plenty of parking is also available.Noordhoek is a delightfully unspoilt rural area, lying on the Atlantic side of the Cape Peninsula between Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope, just 25 minutes' drive from Cape Town’s city centre. Its unrivalled, pristine beach is a 6 km stretch of pure white sand, backed by wetlands and hemmed by lacy surf. In the springtime, whales can be seen basking in the bay, and sunset horse rides are offered all year round. Close by, the charming Noordhoek Village offers local shopping and first-class dining. We also have a large tree bar with tables and chairs, where guests can eat or drink and watch a beautiful sunset.OCEANGOLF GOES GREEN! If you, like us, are concerned about the health of this planet, a stay at Oceangolf will, literally, not cost the Earth. Eager to be environmentally friendly, we now rely on the sun to provide almost our entire energy usage and draw our water from deep underground reserves alongside extensive water capture. Imagine standing under a hot shower or swimming in a heated pool, knowing all the warmth has come directly from the sun with water unaffected by drought.SOLAR POWER: All our hot water is heated directly by solar power, heating 1500 litres of hot water at any one time. Our electricity is generated by 40 solar panels, fitted by Green Energy, giving us 17KVA, enabling us to use solar power throughout the day and battery storage during the night. We have changed all our lighting to energy saving bulbs, and our outside lights are PIR, solar LED.BOREHOLE WATER We have our own borehole, reaching 70 metres underground, which feeds our extensive tank storage of 170,000 litres. Our commercial purification system allows all the water to be pumped into the house, hence there are no water restrictions, and our drinking water is double filtered to ensure its purity. Our guests can have showers and baths whenever they want, but naturally, we still ask them to be careful with this precious resource.We live in a very beautiful part of the Cape Peninsula and take our impact on the environment very seriously. Our responsibility is to preserve the natural beauty and reduce our energy consumption but we also encourage others to do so. We regularly monitor our energy bills, checking no energy and no water is wasted. Our sinks, baths and showers are fitted with reduced-flow-rate taps and the toilets with water saving twin flushes. We have made a significant reduction in our carbon footprint, with the aim of meeting the standards outlined by the Green Tourism Business Scheme and more importantly so a stay at Oceangolf literally does not cost the Earth.
Breakfast is available at an extra charge.
We also offer Car Hire at an additional cost
Stay between 01 Jun 2019 and 31 Aug 2019 and get 30% off on selected rooms.
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