The Bungalow

This is everything a beach villa should be – designed by international travellers, who have drawn the best ideas from St Barts to the barefoot luxury of the Maldives, the villa makes holidays fun.

Rooms and Spaces

Designed over three levels – there’s space for everyone – an intimate master bedroom upstairs with views of the beach as you cocoon in your Egyptian cotton, extra length, king size bed or enjoy a hot bath in the free standing bath. Two bedrooms with their own bathrooms – one with a steam shower. An open plan kitchen, lounge with large bar area and 10 seater table to enjoy meals. Or head down into the large media room and try out the retro Technics 1200 turntable – with a selection of 60’s-80’s vinyl, including Sugarman’s Cold Fact to get you in the mood. It’s also a great spot to catch the pool action as you lie under the infinity sky lights and look through the window into the pool.

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Cooking and Relaxation

Cook up a storm behind the Gaggenau hob, or grab an espresso from the Nespresso machine – enough to make even the most stressed out of us smile like George. Curl up on the couch in front of the open plan fireplace (piles of logs so you don’t run out or even have to stretch) and enjoy a Netflix movie on the Samsung 52” curved TV. Free Wi-Fi and a portable Bose sound system is available, in case you want to head to the garden in front of the villa to watch the beach volleyball right in front of you.

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Location and Outdoors

Situated right ON the best beach in Cape Town – Clifton 4th Beach has its own magic – being protected from the wind and having the same vibe as St. Barts. Relaxed, with plenty of beach action – paddle boarding, sea-kayaking or sun worshipping.

The pool (7 x 3 m) is heated with spa –jets and the deck gives you enough space to lounge on the 4 sun loungers or hammock/ mattresses at the side of the pool. Enjoy an open air barbecue and find your own yoga zen, either in the front garden, or the intimate area near the water feature. You won’t even notice the stretch from your downward dog as you soak up the sea air.

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