The cottage is serviced with municipal 220 volt electricity and borehole water supply. However, during peak season times, the electricity supply cannot match Tofo’s demand and periodic power cuts are experienced.
The cottage is served by a house-cleaner during day-time - no need for mom to make the beds, sweep the floors, or wash the dishes. During night time a guard is keeping an eye out so that your privacy and security is not compromised. The house cleaner can arrange someone to wash and iron your clothes at a modest fee.
Tofinho, less than 1 km south, is situated on a more exposed and rocky headland, producing some excellent surfing conditions. Tofinho Point is also a favourite spot for fishermen when a high tide covers the shelf, allowing casting for kingfish into the deep waters beyond.
In Room Facilities:
Mosquito nets for the beds and linen.
A covered veranda overlooking the ocean.
A kitchenette with the basic facilities for self-catering, including a hotplate and fridge/freezer.
Cutlery and Crockery to accommodate 4 guests.
A shower, toilet and basin.
With Casa Quentin and Gideon close together, Casa Leneé is ideal for groups of up to 20 people.
Tofo Beach is an amazing, family-friendly beach surrounded with a number of bars, restaurants, and the Tofo Hotel (try the chicken burgers, and the Mad Man cocktail). To get there, you go to Tofo market which is adjacent to the beautiful wide beach. It is safe for swimming and there are always a couple of people catching waves. Tofo is a small coastal town with a lovely beach that offers safe swimming, good reefs for fishing and snorkeling, beach bars and dive schools. The Scuba diving sites are amazing.
A spectacular blowhole near the tip of the Point gives a raw display of power when there is a large swell running. Tofinho is also the site of the Frelimo Monument to Fallen Heroes, close to where unfortunate victims of the former regime were thrown into a sea cave, to be drowned by the rising tide.