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About Sandown Self-catering

Sandown Self-catering provides a unique experience where guests can enjoy the sunrise over the Indian Ocean. The units offer beautiful sea views and there is a private path to the beach. Sandown is located close to the Cape St Francis Lighthouse, which is a National Monument, and there is also a penguin sanctuary close by.

The two units at Sandown Self-catering each sleep three guests. The top unit has wall-to-wall carpeting while the second has tiled floors. Each unit has a sleeper couch and either a double bed or twin beds. The units also contain a TV with local channels. The kitchenette is equipped for four people and each room has an en-suite bathroom with shower. Bed linen and bath towels are provided, as well as a nice hot drink.

The private path leads to a stunning 4 km expansive beach where one can swim, fish or snorkel, while surfers can choose from several good spots, including the world-renowned Seal Point and nearby Bruce's Beauties.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 8 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 12 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Beach
  • Pet Friendly*
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • Afrikaans


  • No TGCSA Grading
* Please enquire for further details.

Sandown Self-catering Rooms

Reviews for Sandown Self-catering

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ingrid du Toit
03 June 2017

Excellent value for money. Everything you need. Walk to the most awesome beach! Fell asleep with sound of the sea. Perfect.

ian Dickson, South Africa
12 January 2017

Very tight for three people.

Patricia Bester, South Africa
12 October 2015

From the moment we arrived at Sandown (Dolphin) until we left after 10 gorgeous days, our hosts, Hilary and Dave, made us feel so welcome in their little piece of paradise. The unit has a breathtaking view of the sea and the private pathway from the garden to the beach is like walking through your own private jungle ... plants, sand, rocks and shells all waiting to be spotted and studied.The fact that the lighthouse is so close is an added bonus and made for some amazing photo opportuities. And watching the light flashing over the horizon during the night is comforting and soothing.Dolphin is...
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Loretta Thompson, England
20 July 2015

Fantastic location just off the beach. Hosts very helpful even during the load shedding with candles provided. The local scenery is stunning!

Cheryl Button, South Africa
15 July 2015

Fantastic stay for us and the children. Everything we needed and views from both units were great especially nice when weather keeps you in doors. The path to the beach was also a treat so the children could go down to the point for a surf without having to get in the car again. Thanks Hilary.

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Sandown Self-catering Map

Sandown Self-catering is 0.6km from the centre of Cape St Francis , the nearest airport 89.7km (Port Elizabeth Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

Things to do in and around Cape St Francis

Full Stop Pub and Grill

(0.1 km from Cape St Francis)

1 review

Full Stop Pub and Grill is a vibey watering hole where locals and visitors to Cape St Francis hang out, enjoy drinks, braai, grab a pizza or play pool. The pub has a pool table, big dance area, and a very big bar of course! Full Stop also has an...

Seal Point Lighthouse

(0.9 km from Cape St Francis)

1 review

A popular tourist attraction, the Seal Point Lighthouse of Cape St Francis is a 27.75 m high tower that was first lit in 1878.

Cape St Francis Nature Reserve

(3.8 km from Cape St Francis)

1 review

On the tip of Cape St Francis and sandwiched between a plethora of coastal holiday houses is the lovely Cape St Francis Nature Reserve. This sanctuary is not only rich in botanical and animal life; it offers unhindered views of the ocean. Here the...

Seal Point Surfing

(0 km from Cape St Francis)

Seal Point at Cape St. Francis is a fairly consistent exposed point break that works best with a northwest wind and south, southeast swell direction. It hardly ever gets crowded, even when it’s ripping.