About Summit Place
Situated in the heart of leafy Beacon Bay, elegance and design meet harmoniously in this impressive home. There is spacious, private accommodation to suit every taste. Elegant, yet casual living, and a superb indoor/outdoor flow combine to make this a simply remarkable residence.
Summit Place can accommodate up to 16 people, ranging from the discerning, solo corporate traveller to families wanting a breakaway or groups attending conferences or sporting events. We can comfortably accommodate the overnight guest, as well as those needing to stay for extended periods.
Secure, on-site parking is provided. Wi-Fi is available free of charge to all guests. The swimming pool, garden, deck areas and braai facilities are available for guests to enjoy at their leisure.
No attention to detail has been spared in these stylishly decorated and well-appointed rooms. All come with their own entrances and en-suite bathrooms, as well as a tea and coffee making facility, fridge, microwave and Smart TV.
The self-catering units have gas stoves. Summit Place has all the modern facilities expected of such an establishment, ensuring guests have an unforgettable experience while staying with us, promising to return in the future.
All rooms have private entrances. Secure parking is available on the premises. A swimming pool and outdoor braai facilities can be used to relax. A choice of Continental breakfast placed in room or full English breakfast is served on request. Supper can be provided on request, or can be delivered from a number of fast food facilities in the neighbourhood.
Swimming, boating, surfing, kite surfing, river, rock and surf fishing are all available. The white sandy beaches and huge natural sand dunes are ideal for beach walks. The Nahoon nature reserve on the Nahoon River has its own popular nature walk known as 'The Dassie Trail" and only 40 minutes to the East of Beacon Bay are several game and nature reserves with the 'Big Five’ on sight.
Summit Place Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling