About The Clansthal Beach House
This lovely five bedroom, three bathroom house has four double beds, three single beds and two bunk beds.
Self Catering Accommodation
Four of the five bedrooms have sea views as does the lounge. There is a great outdoor entertaining area also with amazing sea views as well as a pool (netted) and deck. There is a separate servants quarters and we are pet friendly. The house is situated in a large, rambling subtropical garden which is home to over 50 species of birds and is ideal for both children and dogs to play in.
The house comes with linen and a full set of cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils. There are two fridges, a stove, microwave, kettle and toaster. It is set up, cleaned and prepared by a maid prior to your arrival, this is included in the rate. The maid is available daily upon request at an additional charge.
Activities and Attractions
At certain times of year you can watch whales and dolphins in the bay from the deck. It is situated 40 minutes drive south of Durban in between the coastal towns of Umkomaas and Scottburgh in a small slice of heaven known as Clansthal. The Clansthal Conservancy is part of the Aliwal Marine Protected Area. Clansthal has a semi-private beach and is home to the world-class surf spot of Greenpoint and the highly popular Aliwal Reef dive site, which is located five kms directly offshore. The Clansthal Beach House boasts incredible views over Greenpoint and the Shoal.
The house is walking distance to the beach (150m). The sea temperature is warm year round and ideal for bathing, diving, surfing and snorkeling (20-25 degrees Celsius). There is a quaint maritime pub (400m) called The Chief's Cabin (with DStv) just down the road. The house is located approximately 1.5kms from The Greenpoint Lighthouse. You are a 5km drive from Scottburgh and Umkomaas both of which boast golf courses and have all the modern shops (Woolies, P'nP, Spar), fast internet etc. The Vernon Crookes Nature Reserve is a 15-minute drive away and you are conveniently located between the launch sites of Umkomaas, Scottburgh and Park Rynie.