Beach House Accommodation – Oyster
What is essentially a fishing village today, Port Nolloth lies on the bay known by the indigenous Namaqualand people as “Aukwatowa”, it was the last landfall the Portuguese explorer Bartholomeu Dias sighted before he and his ship were blown off course and out to sea for 13 days.
This is a fully furnished flat situated on the beachfront. There are three double bedrooms and two additional single beds. There is an open-plan kitchen, lounge with a TV with DStv and dining area overlooking beach. The house has an outdoor braai area and a single garage available. Wi-Fi is available in some of the units.
- AA Highly Recommended
Only the amount people quoted for would be allowed to occupy the unit. The outstanding balance on the quote is to be paid upfront on arrival.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling