Relax by the ocean at Sea Haven self-catering in Cintsa

Sea Haven self-catering accommodation Cintsa

Sea Haven self-catering, Cintsa, Eastern Cape

An amazing self-catering accommodation offering, Sea Haven is located in the beautiful seaside village of Cintsa on the Eastern Cape Wild Coast.

With unbeatable ocean views and comfortable rooms, it’s no wonder this place is considered a Haven by the Sea.

This double-storey house is just 1km away from the beach, and is the perfect place to get away from the noise of the big city with the family or a group of friends.

You can enjoy total peace and quiet during your stay and the local attractions are close by for your convenience.

Accommodation at Sea Haven self-catering

Sea Haven, Self-catering, accommodation, Eastern Cape, Cintsa

Sea Haven comes with four bedrooms that can accommodate a maximum of eight people. Three bedrooms can be found on the top floor while the fourth is on the ground floor.

There are two main bedrooms to choose from, each one has a double bed and a full en-suite bathroom, while the third and fourth bedrooms have a shared full bathroom.

The house has two open-plan living rooms as well as an open-plan kitchen and dining room. The kitchen is fully-equipped for all your self-catering needs and also comes with a washing machine, tumble dryer, iron and microwave.

Meanwhile, the living rooms both have a TV and guests can bring their own decoders along to watch all their favourite shows.

The top wooden deck of the house comes with a braai so you can enjoy a traditional South African cookout and chat with everyone under the stars.

Secure off-street parking is available inside the fenced complex for your security. Not only are children of all ages welcome, you can also bring your furry friend along for the trip upon prior arrangement.

To make a booking at Sea Haven, give them a call on 082 558 0411, or email Visit their Facebook page for more information. Find them at 600 Shearwater Crescent, Cintsa East, Co-ordinates:  -32.820863 and 28.115761 East London, 5200, Eastern Cape.

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