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103 The Dunes, Keurboomstrand

Keurboomstrand, Western Cape
R 2,100
Avg per night

Situated in The Dunes Resort of Keurboomstrand, near Plettenberg Bay along the scenic Garden Route, this modern self-catering unit offers a convenient base for exploring the region's natural wonders. The two-bedroom unit accommodates four adults, with an additional adult or two small children utilizing the sleeper couch in the lounge area. Its layout includes an open-plan living and dining space, a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, and two bathrooms. Double doors lead to a private enclosed garden featuring a braai (barbecue) area, outdoor dining space, and garage.

A short paved pathway from the unit grants access to 7km of pristine, unspoilt beach with Blue Flag status, where lifeguards are on duty during peak season. Guests can spot whales and dolphins from the viewing deck on the beachfront. The beach's name, 'Keurbooms,' meaning 'choice tree,' derives from the Western Keurboom (Virgilia oroboides) tree native to the area.

On-site facilities available to guests include limited channel DStv, a restaurant, bar, hairdressing salon, two swimming pools, a playground, and a car wash bay. Parking for boats and trailers is available upon prior arrangement. Nearby activities encompass fishing, whale and dolphin watching, river cruises, boating, canoeing, bird watching, hiking, horse riding, golf, mountain biking, cycling, bungee jumping, skydiving, game viewing and drives, wine tasting, numerous animal and bird parks, a puzzle park, and water slide parks.

The Keurbooms Beach offers additional access points at Enrico's Beach, featuring a sea view restaurant, kiosk, parking, and ablution facilities, and The Waves Beach, with parking, ablution facilities, and built-in braais (barbecues). Guests can also enjoy the beaches in Plettenberg Bay and Nature's Valley.

Attractions in the vicinity include historic sites, Stone Age archaeological sites on the Robberg Peninsula and the Matjies Cave at Keurboomstrand showcasing evidence of human occupation dating back 125,000 years, a thriving Cape Fur Seal colony off Robberg Nature Reserve, and one of the largest seagull breeding colonies at the Keurbooms River mouth.

The villa has proven popular among families, nature enthusiasts, fishermen, birders, and hikers tackling the Otter Trail from Tsitsikamma National Park (65km) to Nature's Valley (34km). It serves as an ideal stopover for travelers journeying to and from the Addo Elephant National Park (304km) and Qunu in the Eastern Cape (682km), where Nelson Mandela was laid to rest on his family's property on December 15, 2013, in a spot he personally selected.

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