About Sea Forever
Sea Forever is spacious, stylish and designed to bathe you in natural sunlight wherever you are in the apartment. It offers 180 degree views of False Bay.
It can accommodate four guests. If you have a larger group we also offer our Fig Leaf Cottage which can accommodate two, details follow for Fig leaf further below.
Sea Forever features a large open plan living room and dining area. The living room has a sofa bed with a pull out to sleep two guests. There is satellite television and a DVD player. Wi-Fi also available.
Leading from the sitting room is a sheltered deck which overlooks the sea and the garden. From here a spiral staircase leads directly to the garden, barbeque area and a 10 meter solar heated pool. (Swimming season November-April)
The kitchen is well equipped with a gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher and microwave. You are welcome to use our laundry facilities downstairs or we can organise a laundry service for you should you require it.
The bathroom, with solar hot water supply, topped up if need be with electricity. There is a large shower you can sit down in, rather than a bath. Everyone loves its unusual design, which encourages you to sit in the shower’s mist as you enjoy a sea view even from here.
The bedroom offers king-sized or twin beds, depends what you prefer. The neighbourghood is very quiet, so you can look forward to a peaceful sleep.
Fisherman’s Beach, visible from the apartment, is a short walk away and offers safe swimming and lovely rock pools.
Beach: Overlooks Fisherman's Beach, False Bay. It is within a short walk. Several other lovely beaches within walking distance. Within walking distance of the famous Boulders beach with its penguin colony.
Family friendly: We have a travel cot, high chair, safety gate - all for the use of families with babies. For older children we have a climbing frame and trampoline. Children of all ages enjoy our large solar heated swimming pool.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling