About Seester Akkommodasie
Seester Akkommodasie is set in Lambert’s Bay on Malkopbaai’s beachfront. This double storey house is just under three hour’s drive from Cape Town and is close to Elands Bay and Leipoldtville.
This house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms both with a bath and a shower. The fully equipped kitchen has a fridge, a stove and a washing machine. The living area has a television with a DStv connection and guests have a beautiful view of the sea from here. There is an indoor braai area and the second braai area is on the porch.
Guests can spend their time on the beach sunbathing, swimming, fishing and crayfish diving. They can also drive out to Elands Bay Rock Art Cave to view cave paintings of more than a thousand years old. The Boegoeberg 4x4 Trail is also just under an hour’s drive from the house and is 25 kilometres long.
Beach: This accommodation is on the beachfront and has uninterrupted views of the ocean.
Please note that no keys will be handed over if the full payment has not been made in advance.
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