About Polka's Place No 78
It is situated in the fishing village of Port Nolloth. It is a beautiful self-contained house located a stone’s throw from the ocean. Experience comfort and relaxation, and enjoy the beautiful views and sunsets over the sea.
The house has three bedrooms; the main bedroom has a king-size bed while the other two bedrooms have twin beds. There is a full bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, a laundry area with a washing machine and tumble-dryer, and an open-plan lounge and dining area with DStv. Guests can enjoy a spectacular patio with a braai area which is sheltered from the wind and faces the ocean.
Port Nolloth is as laid-back as it sounds; nothing much happens very fast here and as a result holidaymakers are attracted to the town to soak up the worriless atmosphere and the sun. McDougalls Bay is home to clean beaches and calm seas, if a little cold, that offer hours of swimming, walking, kayaking and boating time.
Beach: This beautiful self-contained house is located a stone’s throw from the ocean.
Quotes are based on a minimum of four people staying but is discounted for longer stays for less than four people.
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He is a tough oke, a humble ou, SA Navy Diver, Diamond Diver, boat builder, writer, photographer, videographer, actor, producer, 62 years old (2014), all in one, one time. He IS George Moyses, and he lives in Port Nolloth. He used to be a good...
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The Port Nolloth beachfront with its neat and spacious waterfront layout, including ample parking, is a great place for long strolls on the beach, or just to relax in the sun on the clean sand. Grazia de Beer, after whom the beach was named, has...
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If you're in Port Nolloth, pop into the interesting little local Museum. It features displays and artifacts from old shipwrecks and Port Nolloth's diamond diving, as well as the geology and natural history.
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Meet the local lighthouse keeper who speaks the language of old sailors. Hear about the treacherous channel through the outer “bar” that boats have to navigate through to get into the sheltered shipping channel. Many have tried to make it through...