About Kings Haven
Big Bay is a modern metropolis that overlooks the alluring West Coast beachfront, and boasts enviable views of Table Mountain and the distant Robben Island from across the ocean.
This beautiful three-bedroom holiday home situated in Big Bay is equipped with everything you need for a relaxing holiday. The kitchen is fully equipped and fitted with a dishwasher to make your self-catering holiday as relaxing and duty free as possible.
The open-plan living area boasts an inside fire place that sets the perfect ambiance for a relaxing getaway. Stairs lead from the living area up to a loft space fitted with a desk and couch where a skylight allows natural light to fill the space. The outside built-in braai is perfect for those summer nights as the sun sets in Big Bay.
The main bedroom has a double bed and en-suite bathroom with two basins and a beautiful Victorian bathtub. This bedroom also has direct access to the outside braai area. The remaining two bedrooms are fitted with double beds and feature skylights that flood the rooms with natural light. The guest bathroom is equipped with a bath and a shower.
Offering guests lively activity and constantly abuzz with excitement, the Eden on the Bay promenade in Big Bay is a stylish display of unique restaurants and cocktails bars that attract large groups of people over weekends and during the holidays. The Big Bay beach is truly a splendid one, and is enjoyed by families and friends as well as the more active locals for its amazing wind and waves, perfect for regular surfing, kite surfing or wind surfing.
• Rates are quoted per day.
• R 1000 refundable damage deposit hold.
• Advertised rates and minimum stays are seasonal.
• Bookings of 8 nights and longer will include a compulsory mid stay clean with fresh linen, this will be an additional charge payable to the property manager.
Stay between 01 Oct 2019 and 05 Dec 2019 and get 10% off.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 01 Oct 2019 and 05 Dec 2019)
Kings Haven Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling