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.
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Things to do in and around Cape St Francis
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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...
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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.
(3.8 km from Cape St Francis)
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...
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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.