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Agulhas Heights

Rated 4.3 in 11 Reviews

Agulhas, Western Cape
R 2,500
Avg per night

December requires a minimum stay of 7 days, while other months allow for a one-night stay. Easter has a three-night minimum stay requirement. Agulhas Heights is located at the southernmost point of Africa, where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans converge. It comprises three fully equipped self-catering cottages, each with one double bed and two single beds, accommodating up to four people in two rooms.

The three beautiful self-catering cottages offer sweeping 180-degree views of the ocean and coastline. Each cottage has two bedrooms and can accommodate up to four people, with one twin room and one double room. The cottages are fully equipped and within walking distance of shops and restaurants, providing the unique opportunity to dine inside a working lighthouse at Cape Agulhas.

The famous red and white Cape Agulhas Lighthouse, built in 1840, was the third lighthouse constructed on the South African coast and was designed based on one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Today, the lighthouse is a National Monument with its own museum. Situated only a two-hour drive from Cape Town, the beautiful and rugged landscape of Africa's southernmost tip has been proclaimed a national park and is home to a diverse range of marine life, as well as a breeding ground for the endangered African black oystercatcher.

Visitors can enjoy the romantic experience of sitting on the sidewalk at Agulhas Heights with a glass of wine and gazing at the southernmost point where the two oceans meet. Each cottage has two bedrooms and can accommodate four people. There is a fireplace for chilly winter evenings and an outdoor braai for lazy, warm summer nights.

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