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About Queen Elizabeth 4

Queen Elizabeth 4 is situated in the pretty and popular Manaba Beach, just north of Margate. This self-catering, ground-floor unit can sleep up to eight people. The unit is situated only 800 m from the beach.

The apartment has three bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and an open-plan lounge with sliding doors that lead onto the enclosed balcony with braai facilities. The lounge has a TV, DVD player and DStv. Guests need to bring their own smart card. There is also a separate laundry room with a washing machine, s tumble-dryer and an iron available. There is one lock-up garage and an additional open parking space. The unit also has a remote-controlled alarm system with 24-hour armed response.

Manaba Beach is the perfect spot to swim, sunbathe, fish, kitesurf, paddle, canoe, windsurf, birdwatch, play a round or two of golf, and even sight the odd whale. In short, this is a beach holiday destination of note and during peak season, a very popular part of the coast because of the easy access to the larger centres of Port Shepstone and Durban.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 3 hours
  • Minimum stay: 3 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 9:00 AM
  • Reviews: 3 Reviews

Facilities

  • Braai/Barbecue

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

Important Information

There is a breakage deposit of R 1000 which has to be paid into a separate account, and which will be refunded 30 working days after departure, plus a once off R 450 Administrative fee which is non-refundable. An email of how to pay the breakage deposit will be sent to you once the 50 percent deposit amount has been paid to SafariNow and the... There is a breakage deposit of R 1000 which has to be paid into a separate account, and which will be refunded 30 working days after departure, plus a once off R 450 Administrative fee which is non-refundable. An email of how to pay the breakage deposit will be sent to you once the 50 percent deposit amount has been paid to SafariNow and the booking is secured. Once the breakage deposit has been paid, an email will be sent as to where to pick up the keys for your unit. Thank you for your understanding. see more

Queen Elizabeth 4 Rooms

Reviews for Queen Elizabeth 4

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ina Leamy, South Africa
04 January 2016

good morningWe enjoyed our stay at Queen Elizabeth 4.  The view was awesome.  The flat is very good equipped.Regardsina

Corne Papadopoulos, South Africa
18 July 2014

We really enjoyed the stay! Very comfortable, beautiful place. Driveway a bit scary! (Haha) Lovely view!

Manu Baboo, South Africa
02 May 2012

Had an awesome stay and a wonderful time, clean and comfortable, will definitely go back again. Will recommend to friends & family.

Queen Elizabeth 4 Map

Queen Elizabeth 4 is 2.2km from the centre of Margate , the nearest airport 4.8km (Margate Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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