About African Breeze Beach House
African Breeze Beach House is a fully equipped, stylish and comfortable holiday home situated five minutes from the beach. This charming wooden house has three bedrooms, sleeping up to six people. Situated in a peaceful, natural environment, African Breeze is an ideal retreat to relax and unwind. It is also perfectly situated to serve as a base from which to explore the many tourist attractions of the Eastern Cape and Garden Route.
Self Catering Accommodation
The house has a Bohemian-chic interior design and sweeping views. The kitchen is spacious, well lit and equipped with modern appliances. There is a laundry with washing machine and tumble dryer. Two of the bedrooms have queen size beds with full en-suite bathrooms. The third room has two single beds with semi en-suite bathroom (bath only).
The house is secure (security gates and armed response alarm system), and is close to a number of amenities including four restaurants, a sports pub, cash dispensing machine, supermarket (4km), pharmacy, liquor store, and police station. It is also close (15km), to Colleen Glen where one can buy up-market country crafts, organic produce, fine wines and a variety of delicatessen items.
Activities and Attractions
There is much to see and do in the area including game farms, nurseries, tea gardens, touch farms, golf, game farms (white lions, tigers, hug-a-cub) etc. Beachview has, arguably, the most beautiful coastline in the greater Port Elizabeth area. The Island Nature Reserve (part of the Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve) is also a short drive away. Other activities include sand-boarding, quad-biking, whale watching and paragliding. Day trips can be made to Addo Elephant National Park, Shamwari Game Reserve, Jeffreys Bay, Baviaanskloof and Tsitsikamma.
The city of Port Elizabeth, with its airport, modern shopping malls, banks, Boardwalk Casino and Entertainment Complex and cinemas is a scenic 25km drive away.
Rochelle Theunissen and Herman Timmermans are well-travelled having lived in countries such as the Netherlands, Fiji and Papua New Guinea. They are both involved in the field of international development and welcome guests from all cultures and countries. While Herman and Rochelle are working in Samoa the beach house will be managed by local resident Bets Viljoen.