About African Perfection
African perfection consists of two beach front properties with uninterrupted views of the world’s best right hand surf break; the famous Supertubes.
African Perfection 1 consists of eight en-suite bedrooms, each individually decorated with a distinct and celebrated African sentiment, featuring private balconies. African Perfection 1 is ideal for guests who prefer a quiet, exclusive getaway.
African Perfection 2 combines luxury beach accommodation and the comforts of home. Whilst a delicious breakfast is included at the restaurant every morning, the shared modern kitchen allows for guests to cater for their own meals. The house also includes a comfortable lounge, an indigenous garden with sun-deck, and braai-facilities. African Perfection 2 can be booked as a unit (for groups or families) or as single rooms.
All suites are serviced daily by the friendly staff and laundry services are offered.
Beach: Located right at the world-famous Supertubes.
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