Andre du Plessis

I am a South African full-time medical practitioner living in London. Due to being so far away, I have appointed Mr Eric Reurts in Plettenberg Bay as a co-host, and he manages the rental and hospitality aspects of Chalet 40. Your enquiry will be sent to both Eric and myself, and one of us will reply and process your enquiry. I purchased this house in 1995I as I wanted to have a place of my own in this area, as this was where I spent most of my holidays since the age of twelve. After my relocation to London, short-term lettings seemed the logical way to go, for that would have enabled me to retain possession of this house in this most beautiful part of the South African coastline, and also allowed me to use my property whenever I travelled back to the Garden Route for my holidays. Plettenberg Bay can get very crowded during the holiday season (December/January), and with this in mind, I decided to purchase outside the main town. The house has a clean and airy feel to it. It is functionally furnished as I have learned that holidaymakers prefer uncluttered spaces. The unusually large open area is great for children. With the access to 'our own beach' via the footpath (safe), you should be able to enjoy something quite special during your stay here. In their 1996 issue, Cosmopolitain Magazine rated this beach, which they referred to as Long Beach, as their 2nd most special beach in SA. This 9km uninterrupted sandy beach allows for guests to hike all the way to the Keurbooms River lagoon mouth to observe the birdlife, or to walk east to Keurbooms Strand, where the plateau drops down to the sea, and the rocky coastline starts. Plettenberg Bay sports some of the finest beaches in SA and guests, who are advised to have the use of a vehicle, can drive to any number of these jewels in a matter of minutes.

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