About 8 Abalone Place
Situated on the coast in the secluded coastal village of Beachview, 8 Abalone Place is 25 km from Port Elizabeth, in the Eastern Cape on route to the Garden Route and Cape Town. Close enough to all local attractions yet out of the hustle and bustle of the big city.
A fully equipped self-catering apartment, Abalone Place is ideal for weekend, midweek or Holiday getaways at the sea, for family’s couples or business people.
The apartment is on the ground floor and caters for up to six people. It is set in a beautiful garden with magnificent sea views. Take an easy walk to beach, tidal pool and fishing area. You can watch the dolphin’s play in the waves.
The apartment has its own entrance and consists of two bedrooms, a lounge, dining area, kitchen and a bathroom. The main bedroom comes with a queen size bed and a single bed with build in wardrobes. The 2nd bedroom 2 x 3/4 beds, both bedrooms are air-conditioned.
The kitchen comes with a microwave, fridge, freezer, two-plate oven, toaster and all the utensils and crockery you might need. The lounge and main bedroom have DSTV. You will have the use of the barbeque/ braai area, garden and deck all with beautiful sea views.
Bed linen and towels are supplied; please bring your own beach towels. There is secure off street parking and a safe on the premises. Meals can be provided on request. Firewood is available for barbeque. A Home theatre system is connected to the TV in the lounge with DVD.
Attractions and Activities
Rock and surf fishing, surfing, game viewing, hiking, bird watching, swimming, Braai / Barbecue, DSTV, golf, horse riding, mountain biking, water sports, whale watching and 4x4 Trails.
About an hour's drive from Beachview, Addo is a small farming town that's best known for its proximity to the Greater Addo Elephant National Park, which is South Africa's first 'Big Seven' reserve. As well as the usual Big Five - rhino, lion, elephant, leopard and buffalo, the park, which extends to the sea and some offshore islands, also offers sightings of southern right whales and (great) white sharks.