Logans Lodge

Getaway Summary
PRICE (unit):
from R 1,600 - 1,600
Pets Permitted?

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Logans Lodge is a comfortable apartment with its own private entrance situated in Gordons Bay. The apartment consists of two bedrooms, one bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen, an open-plan living area with a double sleeper couch for two kids, and a patio with braai facilities leading from the living area. The lovely garden also boasts beautiful views of the sea and mountains.<br /><br />The apartment is only a two-minute walk from the main beach and restaurants. The seaside village of Gordon's Bay offers wonderful beaches, fishing, harbours, a marina, scenic drives, whale-watching in season, and excellent shopping.<br /><br />Gordons Bay is all about its waterfront, where the bay lies against the sheer mountains of the Helderberg, providing shelter to a picturesque cove that offers a veritable feast of water-based activities and a promenade lined with fish shops, coffee bars and restaurants.
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"Very comfortable well-appointed unit"
10 Nov 2017
Phil Martin
"Quite long steep stairway to climb, but the view from the unit makes it all worth it!"
19 Aug 2017
Trudie Naude
"It was lovely staying there and the view are amazing I will just recommended that there must be a safe parking space where car can be safe be cause car was standing in street at day and nightand we was worried about that"
"Peace and quiet! And being close to the beach."
03 Mar 2017
Philippa Moir
"The view is absolutely spectacular - we could have just sat all day staring at the sea. The owners were so friendly, welcoming and accommodating - thank you. The decor is not modern, but it is clean and whatever is needed is there. The beds were comfortable as well. This house is not suitable for the elderly who need to get up stairs. The stairs up to the property are very steep and uneven. It was fine for us, but not our parents."