Emperor's Seaview 1277

Getaway Summary
PRICE (unit):
from R 2,000 - 2,000
GETAWAY TYPE
Self-catering
Pets Permitted?


NB: Always check with the getaway about taking your pets, so make your intentions clear when you send an enquiry.

Overview
Emperor's Seaview 1277 is situated in the quaint seaside village of Ramsgate on the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. The house is set on 2,000 square metres of tranquil indigenous garden, overlooking the ocean, and sleeps up to 10 people. <br /><br />This luxurious, upmarket home features a fully equipped kitchen and a lounge with a TV, and DStv is available with guests' own smart card (and decoder - if newer model). The house also comprises a dining room, a lovely reading lounge with a fireplace, and a large covered patio with a built-in braai area boasting a 180-degree sea view. Accommodation is offered in three double bedrooms (one with en-suite) and two bedrooms each with 2 single beds, and two additional bathrooms. Four of the five bedrooms offer sea views. <br /><br />The house is serviced daily and linen is supplied, however guests will need to bring their own towels. There is also an electric gate and a lockable double garage for guests' peace of mind.
Enquiry
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"Epic weekend"
03 Dec 2018
Emma Ndlela
"Loved every thing abt da place, safe secure private...NO IRON"
"The awesome view"
11 Jul 2017
Dick Lemmer
"The house was fantastic. Well situated. Catered for all our guests. Lovely place."
"Lovely home"
11 Nov 2014
Roger, South Africa
"The view from this house is amazing. Really beautiful and balcony offers a nice social area to relax and unwind. Five bedrooms offer ample space for a big group of people."
"Weekend getaways"
03 Dec 2012
Kamlan, South Africa
"Great place to stay for the larger family. Open, airy and very spacious. Close to the malls and beach. Only setback was a faulty gate which was a bit tedious to open. Other than that throughly enjoyed my stay and will definitely recommend to others."