Upstairs - Living Rooms: Open plan, living, dining & kitchen, includes fireplace, small TV with DSTV, CD player & guest toilet. Sliding doors open from the living area onto wrap around deck, with distant sea, sunset & mountain views. Deck includes Weber BBQ & outdoor table & chairs for relaxing away those summer days.
Upstairs - Kitchen: Fully equipped with gas/electric stove, microwave, fridge/freezer, kettle, toaster, washing machine & all other utensils.
Bathroom 3: Shower, basin & toilet.
Ground Floor - Bedrooms 4:
1. Double (queen) en suite (slipper bath, basin, toilet & bidet).
2. Twin singles.
3. Twin singles.
4. Double (king) en-suite (shower, basin, toilet & bidet) with separate entrance or access via bedroom 1.
Pets welcome by arrangement. No smoking permitted in the house.
Betty’s Bay lies on the southern Whale Route coast of Africa, in South Africa, the province of the Western Cape, the region is The Overberg and the area Hangklip/Kleinmond halfway between Cape Town & Hermanus.
Betty’s Bay is a quiet seasonal holiday village, ideally suited to those who prefer outdoor living. Whale watching, walking, hiking, swimming, surfing, cycling & sand boarding are the sort of activities that one can enjoy here.
There are lovely long silver sandy beaches, as well as a selection of small private beaches. Even in the busy season, the beaches are not heavily populated.
Betty’s Bay boasts the attractions of the Stony Point land-based Penguin Colony, Harold Porter National Botanical Garden & the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve.
At Stony Point, the boardwalk makes penguin viewing a special treat.
The walks, hikes, picnic spots and cycle routes in the Harold Porter Gardens and Kogelberg Reserve are spectacular. These wilderness areas form the central core of the Cape Floral Kingdom and are home to a huge range of flora & fauna species. The Palmiet River is also a favourite for swimming or canoeing.
Betty’s Bay is centrally located with Cape Town, Cape Town International Airport, Hermanus & the Cape Wine lands all around a 60-90 minutes drive away.
The Arabella & Kleinmond Golf Courses are 20 & 10 minutes drive away.
Betty’s Bay, nestled between mountain & ocean, is definitely a worthwhile holiday destination and this self -catering accommodation is the ideal place to stay & get away from it all.
Spring, (September to November) is a fabulous time to visit, the weather is great,
the whales are about & the flowers are out.
Major shopping: 30-45mins to Gordon’s Bay or Somerset Mall or Hermanus.
Basic shopping: 13kms to Kleinmond. Banks: FNB, ABSA, Nedbank & ATMS.
Betty’s Bay: Two small supply stores & a petrol station, a couple of restaurants, take aways & an internet / DVD shop. ABSA ATM.
December and January (minimum stay 10 nights) R2 600 for the house per night;
Easter (minimum stay 4 nights) R 2,600 for the house per night.
Rest of the year:
R 2, 200 for the house per night (minimum stay 3 nights) - 8 sleeper
R 2, 000 for the house per night (minimum stay 3 nights) - 6 sleeper
Rates negotiable on long stays.
Directions from Cape Town:
Take N2, turn right at Kleinmond turn off (R44) just outside Gordon's Bay.
Turn left at T-junction onto Clarence Drive to Rooiels (R44).
From there, +- 30km of very scenic driving to Betty's Bay.
Directions from Garden Route:
From N2 after Caledon take Hermanus turn off (R43).
+-10kms turn right at Kleinmond turn off (R44) after Kleinmond 13kms to Betty’s Bay.