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Villa Azul

Rated 4.4 in 8 Reviews

Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape
R 7,143
Avg per night

Villa Azul is located in an exclusive secure estate in the beautiful coastal town of Plettenberg Bay. It is known as the heart of the Garden Route and is perfectly positioned to allow exploration of the unparalleled natural beauty of the area. The area offers a wide range of activities, including visiting the enchanting rainforest, beautiful blue flag beaches, and indulging in various local adventures or wildlife experiences. It is possible to see everything from big cats to whales in the area.

The home was designed by an award-winning Australian architect using cutting-edge environmentally friendly principles and is rented as a single property, giving exclusive use of the entire villa. It has three bedrooms. The main bedroom features a king-size bed, a walk-in dressing room, and a modern en-suite bathroom. The second bedroom has a queen-size bed, and the third bedroom has a king-size bed with direct access to the modern family bathroom.

The self-contained flatlet has a comfortable custom-made queen-sized leather sleeper couch, two single beds, an en-suite bathroom, and a fully equipped kitchenette. This space doubles as an entertainment pavilion with a large plasma screen, surround sound, DStv, board games, and a library.

Villa Azul is an entertainer's dream, featuring three separate pavilions, a plunge pool with martini seats, a sunny private central deck, and a huge front balcony with awe-inspiring views of the bay and mountains. The modern Balinese architecture allows for the separation of the internal living and sleeping spaces, which means that entertaining can be done without disturbing those who wish to enjoy a peaceful night's sleep.

There are two modern internal kitchens, fully equipped with top-of-the-range appliances, plus an outdoor kitchen for those who prefer to barbecue under the stars. Several external living spaces allow for soaking up the year-round sunshine, beautiful views, and natural surroundings.

The living pavilion features cathedral ceilings and lofty views. The open plan kitchen allows direct access to the large dining room with a ten-seated dining table. The lounge offers unobstructed mountain and sea views and has a stunning natural rock fireplace. This pavilion features huge sliding doors, allowing fresh ocean air to flow through the home.

Portuguese sailors visiting the area in the twelfth century named it Bahia Formosa, or beautiful bay. The blue of the ocean, sky, and distant mountains were the motivation for using the Portuguese word Azul, meaning blue, when naming the villa.

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