Reënboog is located in Lamberts Bay and offers self-catering units that are just a short walk away from the beach. All units have wonderful sea views.
Three of the units are located on the ground-floor and the fourth and fifth units are on the first-floor. All of the units have kitchenettes fully equipped for self-catering. The ground-floor apartments have indoor braai facilities that can be used as fireplaces. The two first floor units have private balconies with sea view and a braai. The TVs are equipped with a DSTV hotel package that include sport an film channels.
There is street parking available for all units. Reënboog unit 4 is the only apartment with secure garage parking.
Lamberts Bay is located along the West Coast and is a picturesque seaside village that is focused around the wonderful beaches. Water sports are abundant in this area and guests can find many activities to enjoy in the great outdoors.
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