About Abed Self-Catering Flat
This lovely garden flat has all self-catering facilities or a bed and breakfast option is available on request. The flat can sleep two adults and two children, or three adults. It has one large bedroom with a queen-size bed, a sleeper couch that can sleep either two children or one adult in the kitchen-lounge area, and a spacious walk-in bathroom with a shower and toilet.
The flat has DStv and Internet facilities. The kitchen is fully fitted with a microwave oven, a fridge, a hob and oven stove and all crockery and utensil requirements. It is in a lovely garden setting with beautiful mountain views and a solar heated pool. Guests can make use of the fully equipped gym.
It has a lovely entertainment area. Braai facilities are available with separate braai facilities for our Muslim guests. We are located close to three mosques, two within walking distance, for our Muslin guests. Laundry facilities are available with a washing machine, a tumble-dryer, and an iron and ironing board. The flat is serviced twice a week. Towels are provided but guest must please bring their own pool towels. We offer secure off-street parking.
Situated in the southern suburb of Wynberg, it allows easy access to and from the M5 and all other major highways. Kenilworth Race Course, Newlands Cricket and Rugby Stadiums, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and all major shopping centres, including the V&A Waterfront and Grand West Casino, are all within a five to 20 km radius. The Telkom Golf Academy, as well as the world-famous Royal Cape Golf Course are within walking distance. It is a 20-minute drive reach the False Bay coastline. The flat is close to all public transport being a five to 10-minute walk away.
A breakage deposit of R500.00 is due on all bookings. This will be refunded in full when checking out, provided that there has been no damages or breakages in the flat.
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