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garden route accommodation

Old Feb 3rd 2007, 9:30 pm
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Rent a Self Catering villa/house in Mossey Bay, South Africa


A newly built detached 4 double bedroomed villa/house set within the
private gated access to the nature reserve with 24 hour security. The
9 km private beach is accessed by a private road and boardwalks
leading right onto the beach and Indian Ocean with 180 degrees of
fabulous views of the sea from all bedrooms. One of 78 individually
designed executive residences where bush bucks run freely.

Situated halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, Mossel Bay is a
coastal village m mmnmand harbour of the World Famous Garden Route.
This popular holiday town is surrounded by a sunbathed peninsula is a
popular resort for summer and an ideal retreat during winter. The area
offers some of the most beautiful scenery and the widest variety of
nature's gems to be found anywhere in the world The Garden Route
stretches for two hundred miles from Heidelberg in the west to the
Storms River mouth in the east.

This wonderful accommodation has 4 double bedrooms with 6 single beds
and 1 kingsize and caters for 10 comfortably with a maximum of 12. It
boasts a private swimming pool and balcony and includes all necessary
amenities such as Sky TV, access to a bar, shops, and restaurants
which are 10 minutes away. The airport is 35 minutes drive away.
Garden Route of South Africa is a golfing paradise with 6 championship
courses within a forty minute drive.

The private Nautilus Bay is only 200 yards away from the villa. Also
called the "Karoo-by-the-Sea town", Mossel Bay features in the Guiness
Book of Records as having the mildest all-year climate in the world,
second only to Hawaii. It's most important feature is its status as
the historical capital of the Garden Route. Passenger liners dock
regularly with use of the modern docking facilities. Mossel Bay is a
rapidly growing tourist destination as more travellers are discovering
the Jewel of the Cape Garden Route.


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