House on the Canal | St Francis Bay Self Catering Accommodation
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House on the Canal is a self-catering holiday home located in Cape St Francis, a little village on the Eastern Cape coastline, known for being one of the best-surfing destinations in the world. It is a popular tourist attraction due to its white, sandy beaches, nature reserves, and a variety of attractions such as the Seal Point Lighthouse and the Penguin Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre.
The house can accommodate up to 8 guests and comprises 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and an open-plan kitchen and a sumptuous living space. The bedroom downstairs contains a queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom. The remaining 3 bedrooms are upstairs, along with a TV lounge. The first bedroom contains a queen-size bed and a balcony overlooking the canals. The en-suite bathroom is fitted with a shower and a big bath. The second bedroom contains a queen-size bed and an en-suite shower. The last bedroom contains a queen-size bed, an en-suite bathroom fitted with a shower, and features a small Juliet balcony. These rooms open out into the TV lounge which has 2 queen-size beds, a large couch and an ottoman.
The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering and contains a stove, oven, fridge-freezer, microwave, and cutlery and crockery. There is also a breakfast bar with stools. The dining area has seating space for 12 people, while the lounge has a comfy lounge suite. Sliding doors lead out to a balcony overlooking the canal and the large patio, sun-tanning area. There are 2 separate braai areas, 1 covered indoor bar and braai, and 1 braai upstairs on the huge outside patio. This is a great private sun-tanning spot.
You will find yourself right on the water with your own private jetty and a small beach. Folding, stacking glass doors open up to the canals. Across the road, and a short distance down a quaint footpath, is the beautiful Kromm River, offering white sand and calm water. Here you will frequently see and hear the many fish eagles residing in the tall trees on the banks across the river.