Turnstone Cottage

Getaway Summary
PRICE (unit):
from R 1,200
GETAWAY TYPE
Self-catering
Pets Permitted?


NB: Always check with the getaway about taking your pets, so make your intentions clear when you send an enquiry.

Overview
Come and enjoy a relaxing break at this quaint Turnstone Cottage in Grotto Bay. Put your feet up and enjoy the breathtaking 180 degree views of the Atlantic Ocean and Table Mountain from the deck in your own private garden, and listen to the soothing sound of the ocean. This fully-equipped, double volume cottage sleeps up to five people and is just a five minute walk to the beach.

Grotto Bay is a short enough drive away from numerous West Coast towns, with restaurants, outdoor entertainment activities and the casino at Langebaan.

The estate is a mere 60 km from Cape Town, where you will find ever-changing sunsets and a beauty to be cherished and remembered forever. The West Coast promises long sun-drenched summer days and the winters bring green veld and clear, windless days. From early spring, carpets of wild flowers cover the veld with a floral splendour.
Enquiry
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"Weekend break away"
25 Feb 2013
Reinette, South Africa
"Peaceful and tranquil setting, away from the city noise. The setting of the cottage with the beautiful sea and mountain views, the friendly host, Sharon, and the fact that we literally only had to bring our own food and water, contributed to a most relaxing stay."
"Turnstone cottage review"
04 Feb 2013
mandy, South Africa
"We had a fantastic stay - we love Grotto Bay and Turnstone met all our needs. Thank you so much. We will most certainly be back. PS: kettle plug trips electricity, bathroom taps drip when closed, one chair on deck was broken / on "last" screw."
"Relaxing"
13 Sep 2010
Hylton, South Africa
"Relaxing weekend away for two."
"Turnstone Cottage"
10 Aug 2010
Garth, South Africa
"What a beautiful place, both Grotto Bay and Turnstone Cottage. We were there for two days that seemed to fly by. Missing it already."