I am happlied married to Geoff and we have 3 girls and 4 grandkids. I love gardening, painting, sewing, infact anything crafty. We have 2 furry kids - Zara and Bizou. The dogs soon become your holiday dogs.U
Owner purchased this Cottage in 2016
Why Owner chose Selection Beach
We bought our home to own the dream. A beach house. We built it to accomodate our whole family for holidays but they all live within 10 minutes so they do not stay over very offten. I love people so decided to allow other people to enjoy our place. The property has a standalone 2 bedroom appartement in the garden.
What makes this Cottage unique
Our house is 150m from the beach and has the most amazing rock pools. The sound of the ocean will lull you to sleep. You will enjoy watching the bird life in the garden and the atics of the monkeys.
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Lovely apartment with great beach views
Ruth was a supremely lovely hostess. Her 2-bedroom apartment is very stylishly put together and she has put thought into every detail of the apartment. It is a very comfortable stay with everything you need (kitchen, washer, beach towels, etc.). The apartment is bright and airy and opens out onto a nice garden with views of the ocean. Umdloti is a quiet beach town perfect for anyone looking for a relaxing break from hectic jobs and city life. Be prepared for carrying your bags down the stairs to the garden level! There are several restaurants and small shops within walking distance not to mention the beach! We thoroughly enjoyed our stay-- it was just the relaxing beach weekend that we needed :)
Thanks for the review Lisa. If you arrive on a Tuesday or Friday then I do have help for those big bags. Only us girls travel with everything but it keeps us fit.
Between the rolling hills of the sugar cane fields, indegenous forests and Kwa Zulu Natal’s beatuiful dolphin coast, lies a quaint, peaseful little town called Umdloti. Umdloti is named after the Mdloti River just north of the town.
The Zulu’s gave the river that name because of the wild tobacco plants that grew on the sand banks, Although Umdloti is appoximately 25km north of Durban, there in only a permanent polulation of about 3000 people. During the holiday seasons, hundreds of holiday makers flock from all of the country to enjoy KNS’s hot sun, warm waters and Umdloti’s beautiful beaches.