About Sharky Holiday Home
Sharky is a modern self catering holiday home in close vicinity of Kleinbaai shark viewing and cage diving facilities. Boats also depart from Kleinbaai harbour on whale watching trips. The house is set on the Franskraal coastal line overlooking the well known Dyer Island and surrounding areas.
This lavishly furnished house is equipped with state of the art surround sound equipment and television. It has front and rear balconies with stunning sea and mountain views. The house is fitted with an alarm system backed by 24 hours armed response. The physical layout of this double storey home consists of the following:
Lounge with television, DStv decoder and surround sound audio equipment
Telescope for mountain and sea viewing
Kitchen equipped with modern electrical appliances (stove / extractor fan / fridge / dish washer / washing machine
Electrical water purifying system
Front balcony accessible from main bedroom and dining room
Main bedroom and en suite bathroom with shower and bath
Bedroom makeup corner with vanity unit
Dedicated office work station
2 bedrooms with built in cupboards
1 bathroom with shower and bath
Kitchenette with fridge, kettle & micro oven
Under roof stoep accessible from one bedroom and kitchenette
Weber gas braai
Double garage with automated doors
Location & Attractions
400 meters from the beach
2 kms from Kleinbaai shark viewing / cage
3 kms from Uilenkraalmond beach / lagoon
2,5 kms Kleinbaai golf course
4 kms from Gansbaai and shopping facilities
7kms from Danger Point Lighthouse
Key features of Franskraal include Sea view drive with its unblemished view of Dyer island; the ultra long sandy beach at Uilenkraalsmond and hiking trials. Sea view drive is ideal for physical activities such as leisure walking and cycling and provides easy access to the rocky beaches. The historical Strandveld museum is located on Sea view drive and has a large collection of items collected from ship wrecks.
Dyer Island is a few kilometers offshore from Kleinbaai. It was named after Samson Dyer, an emigrant from the USA who lived on the island in the early 1800s. Today the island is a nature reserve and home to thousands of penguins. Unfortunately, the Island cannot be accessed by the general public.
The lighthouse located near Kleinbaai is a historical landmark where the HMT Birkenhead ran ashore in 1852.
The house may not be used as an events facility
No pets and no smoking inside building
Bed linen, bath and swimming towels provided
200 units of pre-paid electricity provided
Pre-paid electricity can be purchased at Gansbaai municipal office and OK Food