About San Lameer Villa 1919
San Lameer Villa 1919 is located on the San Lameer Estate which is South Africa’s own tropical paradise and has something to offer the whole family, with direct access onto two magnificent Blue Flag beaches. The climate of San Lameer is pleasantly sub-tropical, with cool breezes from the Indian Ocean, and is the dream holiday location for golfers, beach-lovers and families.
San Lameer is a 169-hectare nature conservancy, landscaped with 620 privately-owned luxury villas surrounding the challenging 18-hole, professional golf course, a world-class hotel and spa. There are also two swimming pools, a Lagoon Side Bar and Restaurant Grill, tennis and squash courts, and many other activities available.
San Lameer Villa 1919 is well-situated close to the hotel and swimming pools, and within walking distance to the beach. This air-conditioned villa comprises two bedrooms, one bathroom a lounge, kitchen and patio. The upstairs bedroom contains a queen-size bed and the second bedroom contains a bunk bed with a double-bottom and a single-top. Linen and bath towels are also provided.
The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering and includes a stove and oven, fridge-freezer, kettle and toaster. The comfortable lounge area includes a flat screen TV with a PVR DStv decoder and a DVD player, and the patio offers braai facilities and overlooks the gardens.
Should you wish to play golf during your stay, you can make a booking with the San Lameer Country Club prior to arrival. We also have a two-seater golf cart that is available to hire for an additional fee.
No smoking permitted inside. Guests must provide their own beach/swimming towels.
Additional charges include gate access fee (R30-R200 depending on length of stay) plus a R500 refundable breakage deposit. This must be paid seven days before arrival.
Balance of rental to be paid directly to owner 14 days before arrival
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