About The Gallery
Just over an hours easy drive from Durban, between Hibberdene and Port Shepstone, Umzumbe offers unparalleled holiday value and caters for the whole family.
The Gallery is one of three double storey townhouses within the housing complex Pumula Woods, which comprises six homes, a communal swimming pool and established gardens. The house is well secured within this complex, with automated gate, electric fence and alarm system. There is a single lock-up garage, with parking for additional vehicles in the paved drive way.
Self Catering Accommodation
The house is made up of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, an open-plan lounge, dining-room kitchen, an upstairs deck and a downstairs patio leading onto an ample lawn and garden.
Entrance with living area leading onto outside patio and garden, a bedroom with two single beds, a bathroom with toilet, shower and basin.
Main bedroom with Queen-sized bed, full bathroom, and a large bedroom with two single beds / living room and sliding doors onto an spacious deck.
Fully equipped kitchen with microwave, stove, fridge, dish washer, kettle and toaster
Washing machine, tumble drier and ironing facilities
A large undercover patio with dining and outside seating facilities
Weber braai (BBQ)
Satellite DStv dish but please bring your own decoder
Video / DVD player
Crisp percale linen, duvet and pillows on all the beds
Bath and hand towels are provided, but please bring your own beach towels
A starter pack of soap, toilet paper, tea, coffee and sugar, to be replaced by you as needed
Our home is a non-smoking establishment and all bathrooms are linked to a septic tank system and needs to be treated accordingly.
A 500m walk brings you to the Blue Flag beach of Umzumbe for swimming, fishing, walking or relaxing. Umzumbe is also the home to The Rock, a bistro for casual dining and live music over weekends. Folly Fields Nursery, 2km inland from the village, is an ideal breakfast and lunch venue.
The closest golf course and tennis club is in Port Shepstone, 12km drive south. Many other activities and places of interest are described in the Southern Explorer magazine available at The Gallery.