About Swallows Nest Country Cottages
We extend a very warm welcome to you at Swallows Nest Country Cottages, situated in the heart of the Tsitsikamma in the quaint village of Storms River. We offer a selection of seven upmarket, spacious and very comfortable one or two-bedroomed self-catering chalets on a bed and breakfast or self-catering option. All units offer en-suite bathrooms with showers and most of the chalets offer baths, accommodating from two up to six persons in various chalets, in a scenic and peaceful setting to enjoy your holiday surrounded by forests, mountains and the sea a short drive away.The chalets, situated in a scenic garden with an attractive swimming-pool, are fully equipped with electric hobs, microwave ovens, fridge/freezers, coloured TV’s, fans and heaters; linen and towels are supplied and each chalet has a lovely private patio with a BBQ/braai facility. Ideal for nature lovers and bird watchers, the Tsitsikamma is a wonderland for all and offers a variety of activities to keep guests entertained. Closely situated to the Tsitsikamma National Park with its breath-taking scenery and trails, enjoy a walk to the Suspension Bridge, the stone-age cave or take a short boat trip up the Storms River Gorge, enjoy peaceful walks in the unspoilt Tsitsikamma Forests. Also, for the more adventurous, there are unusual activities such as the Treetop Canopy Tours, Tsitsikamma Falls Zipline, Black Water Tubing down the Storms River Gorge, the world’s highest Bungee Jump off the Bloukrans Bridge, the attractions are many! Your hosts Ken and Corrie Dutton have been in the hospitality industry for many years and are able to advise you on all local and nearby attractions as well as looking after your comforts.
50% to secure the booking, the balance being payable two weeks before arrival. Reservations are confirmed on receipt of payment only & will automatically lapse if payment has not been received within two working days. Please send us proof of payment with your name & date of arrival as reference.
Please be advised that no pets are allowed... 50% to secure the booking, the balance being payable two weeks before arrival. Reservations are confirmed on receipt of payment only & will automatically lapse if payment has not been received within two working days. Please send us proof of payment with your name & date of arrival as reference.
Please be advised that no pets are allowed on the premises. No persons other than those booked for are permitted to share the accommodation, the full rate per additional person will be charged to you.
Children under 12 years of age shall at all times be under adult supervision on the premises & are permitted to swim in the swimming-pool under adult supervision only.
Although all due care & attention is paid to guests’ personal safety & belongings, the owners of Swallows Nest Cottage or any employees will not be held liable in their personal or business capacity for any loss of, or direct or indirect damage to, property and/or consequential damage or bodily injury to any guests and/or their visitors in any way.
The guests who purchased the accommodation remain responsible for the control and behaviour for members of his or her party whilst on Swallows Nest Country Cottages premises. Swallows Nest Country Cottages CC retains the right to ask any visitor to leave the premises should their behaviour cause, or may cause, disruption or distress to staff or other visitors, or may cause a breach of Health or Safety - without compensation. Only guests are permitted to use the facilities on the premises and guests’ visitors are allowed on the premises with the owners’ consent and for a short duration only & shall leave not later than 20h00. Sub-letting and stay-overs are not allowed without prior consent of the owners of Swallows Nest Country Cottages.
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