About Oester 202
Oester 202 is a second-floor apartment located in the seaside town of Hartenbos.
The apartment offers self-catering accommodation and sleeps six people. The beach is only three minutes’ away from the apartment itself. The apartment has two bedrooms, one bathroom and an open-plan living room leading out onto a balcony. The living room has ample seating and a TV with DStv connections. You need to bring your own decoder and card. The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering and includes a microwave, a fridge and a washing machine and tumble dryer. The living room leads out onto a balcony. The balcony has a braai area.
The apartment has a car port. The beach is only a short walk away along with a range of restaurants, entertainment facilities and sports facilities.
The apartment uses card electricity which guests are responsible for.
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Things to do in and around Hartenbos
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Hartenbos Beach near Mossel Bay is a wide sandy beach that’s perfect for families, swimming, surfing and walking. Near the beach are many restaurants, shops and a heated indoor swimming pool. Wheelchair access to the beach is via a number of ramps....
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A trip to Hartenbos during summer cannot be complete without a visit to the wildly entertaining Hartenbos Water park. For friends and family, nothing beats the thrill and fun of a water slide. From big to small, Hartenbos Water Park has something...
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Guided quad bike safaris at Nyaru Game Lodge are a unique and adrenaline pumping experience offering visitors an opportunity to get closer to wildlife. Tours traverse through beautiful fynbos valleys and usually last between 1.5 – 2 hours....
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History buffs and anyone keen to get clued up about South Africa’s heritage should make this museum part of their Garden Route itinerary. The Hartenbos Museum is one of the oldest museums in Mossel Bay and focuses on the Great Trek. Interesting...