About Oyster Rock 301
Oyster Rock is based in Umhlanga Rocks, across the road from the beach.
This is an upmarket, luxury three-bedroom, three-bathroom third floor unit. This apartment has a large balcony with lovely sea views, an open-plan lounge, dining area, and kitchen with a fridge and freezer, a microwave, an oven, a washing machine, a dishwasher, a tumble drier, and crockery and cutlery. The unit is air-conditioned in the bedrooms with ceiling fans in the lounge and dining area. The lounge area and main bedroom have DStv. There is Wi-Fi in the unit, access is via a pre-paid system. Linen and bath towels are provided. Beach towels are not provided.
The access to the unit is via a lift, there are two undercover parking bays. There is direct beach access from the property. The unit is serviced daily Monday to Saturday; excluding Public Holidays and Sunday. Guests have access to the swimming pools in the complex.
There is a refundable breakage deposit of R1000 which is to paid directly to establishment before arrival.
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