Tweede Wind Self-catering Holiday Apartment in the coastal town of Yzerfontein on the South African West Coast is owned and managed by a retired couple.
Tweede Wind is a neat and clean, modern self-catering apartment, located on the ground floor of a double storey hilltop-house, with a private entrance, and offers stunning sea views.
Tweede Wind can accommodate up to five guests in two bedrooms, one of which has an annex single room ideal for a young child, two bathrooms, an open-plan kitchenette and living area, and a patio. Each bedroom has a double bed, full en-suite bathroom, and a ceiling fan. The apartment is for your exclusive use and will never be shared with strangers.
The kitchenette is well-equipped for self-catering and contains a full fridge-freezer, two-plate electric stove/oven with hood, microwave, kettle, cutlery, crockery, and a wide variety of utensils, and also has a ceiling fan. A start-up supply of tea, coffee, rusks, ice, bottled water, wood and Blitz, is supplied, also a sufficient quantity of cleaning materials, hand soap and toilet paper.
The comfortable living area features loungers, tables and chairs, knee blankets in winter, a 50 cm flat-screen TV with DStv, and a music centre with a radio and CD/DVD player. An assortment of CDs, DVDs, books, magazines, games, children’s toys, and a pair of binoculars are available for guests to use. Wi-Fi is available, but not unlimited. The patio offers two sunbeds and a picnic bench. There is an indoor braai, and a Weber braai for outside use.
Secure parking for one car, possibly two, is available inside the premises behind a motorised gate, otherwise a second car can be parked on the street. The entire building is equipped with an alarm system with external sensors, should guest prefer this, and the area is patrolled by two armed-response companies and neighbourhood watch.
As the house lies on sloping ground there is a flight of stairs to the apartment’s entrance, and therefore unfortunately not suitable for wheelchairs, or a movement-impaired person.