2-bedroom apartment accommodates 4 to 6 people. The main bedroom has a king-size bed, free-standing bath and en-suite bathroom with shower, wash basin and toilet. The second bedroom has a double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower, wash basin and toilet. Living room has sleeper couch, which can sleep 2 people
There is a sleeper couch available in the living room, which is able to sleep 2.
Well-equipped kitchen with stove, oven, induction plate, fridge-freezer, kettle, coffee machine, toaster and microwave. Dining area with seating space for 6, while the lounge has a comfy leather couch, a sleeper couch and flat screen TV, with full premium DStv package and a DVD player. Free Wi-Fi is available.
Cellphone reception inside the apartment is limited, but Wi-Fi is good, so data-based communication such as WhatsApp or Facebook messenger calls are recommended. Cellphone reception outside the apartment, in the garden, is good.
The property is home to 3 adult indoor/outdoor cats, 2 kittens and a talkative African Grey parrot. The cats generally avoid visitors. The African Grey lives upstairs on the owners' deck and can be very entertaining from early morning.
In Room Facilities:
Automatic washing machine
Espresto coffee maker.
Top quality bath sheets and bath towels
Lying on the opposite side of Knysna’s Western Head, nestled on the shores of the Indian Ocean in a quiet, lazy bay, residents describe Brenton on Sea’s beauty as the coast that Knysna doesn’t have, and in reality, Knysna lies on a lagoon, the rough seas making itself heard only at the Heads.
Brenton on Sea lies virtually encircled by the Goukamma Nature Reserve, its slopes rich with fynbos, only 500 kilometres from Cape Town and 60 kilometres from the airport at George.
The little community derives its name from the fragile free-flying butterfly, the Brenton blue, occurring only on the south-facing slopes of coastal fynbos at Brenton on Sea. Human disturbance in nearby Natures Valley led to the final disappearance of this beautiful specimen during the 1980s, only to re-emerge in 1991 in Brenton on Sea where the Brenton Blue Butterfly Reserve has been proclaimed.
The Brenton blue butterfly, evident in late October until December, lives within one hectare of asteraceous coastal fynbos and its larvae depend entirely on the lower side of the leaves of Indigofera erecta for their food. Other than catching a glimpse of the butterfly, Brenton on Sea’s golden sands are an invitation to sunbathe, fish and stroll the shores.
The cliff tops provide ample whale and dolphin watching opportunities in season and paragliding is a popular pastime for obvious reasons. Brenton on Lake has a jetty for launching boats and canoes, and the Knysna forests and the Goukamma Nature Reserve, which includes a 14 kilometre coastline, offer glorious walking and hiking opportunities.
Books and magazines.
Exclusive DSTV premium package
Flat screen TV.
Airport Transfers By Arrangement.
Braai Area with charcoal Weber kettle braai and gas braai
No Smoking Indoors.
Serviced On Demand.
Featherbed Nature Reserve.
Garden Route National Park
Garden Route Wine Estates
Goukamma Nature Reserve
Lakes Area National Park
Nautical South Restaurant.
Butterfly Blu Restaurant
Brenton Haven Hotel
The Bell Pub
Brenton Blue Butterfly Reserve
Ocean Odyssey Whale Watching
Sandboarding with Dune Adventures
Knysna Quays Waterfront
The Paddle Steamer
John Benn Ferry