From R850 per Unit
Self catering accommodation in Fish Hoek, South Africa. The shallow, protected waters of False Bay are ideal for swimming and water sports, and ultimately for False Bay's more famous visitors, the Southern Right whales.
These gentle creatures arrive around June to calve and mate and nurse their young until their departure around November.
The familiar sight of a whale tail brings whale lovers crowding onto the rocks at Sunny Cove, eager to observe these giant mammals literally meters away.
A nocturnal sound familiar to guests of Nautilus Lodge is the heavy, echoing breathing of the whales wallowing close to the protective shores!
Nautilus Lodge offers truly unparalleled views of Fish Hoek beach, Sunny Cove and the blue expanse of False Bay encircled by the distant Hottentots Holland Mountains.
Nautilus Lodge lies perched over Jager's Walk - known locally as "The Cat Walk" - which is a scenic path built right on the rocks at the water's edge. A five minute stroll beside the sea will take you from Sunny Cove and it's tiny railway platform, to Fish Hoek beach and on to the village centre.
Two single beds (91cm x 188cm) which can make up one King-size double bed (182cm x 188cm) En-suite bathroom with hand basin, toilet and separate bathtub and shower
2 Bedrooms 1 with 2 x single beds (91cm x 188cm) which can make up one King-size double bed (182cm x 188cm). Bathroom across the passage, with hand basin, toilet and separate bathtub and shower. 2nd Bedroom with double bed, en-suite shower.
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