About Sandbaai Cottages
Sandbaai Cottages is situated in the charming seaside town of Sandbaai, in the Cape Overberg region.Sandbaai Cottages consists of 2 charming self-catering houses. The 2 units are separately fenced in with a wall between the two units. A gate between the two makes it possible for 2 groups to use both units, have privacy, but can social together without leaving the secure complex. The complex is in Hermanus in a quiet area close to the sea. It is ideal for families looking for comfortable lodging, close to various attractions within the area.The houses are tastefully decorated, and each comprises 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and an open-plan living area. The main bedroom in unit 1 is equipped with a queen-size bed and the second bedroom has 1 double bunk bed and a single bed. The unit has 2 bathrooms, one with a shower and the other one with a bath. Unit 2 has also 2 bedrooms. The main bedroom in unit 2 is equipped with a king-size bed and the second room has 2 double bunk beds, with a bath or shower in the main bathroom and a shower in the second one. All bathrooms have wash basins and toilets. The kitchens are well-equipped and contains a microwave; a fridge-freezer; an oven with stoves, and all necessary appliances.The lounge areas have comfortable seating, dining tables seating 6, and unit 1 has also as a sleeper couch. There are TV’s with selected DStv channels in each open plan area. and free uncapped Wi-Fi throughout the houses. Both units have inside braai’s and number 1 has an outside braai.Both units have in-house heating and ceiling or portable fans. The complex is pet-friendly. Safe off-street parking is available for vehicles in both units. Housekeeping can be arranged.Guests can enjoy an abundance of great attractions and activities in and around the area, including the stunning Hermanus Beaches, the Arabella Golf Club and the Walker Bay Wine Estates.
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