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Set in Klein Slangkop, a sought-after private estate in Kommetjie, Sunset Cove spills onto low sand dunes which kiss the sea. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, with distant views of Hout Bay’s mountain ranges, it’s hidden between seaside foliage in a quiet bay. A beach walk to the left will take you to the world-renown surf break of Longbeach and if you turn right, you can walk for hours along Noordhoek Beach. Mint shiplap cladding with white trim and nautical features, Sunset Cove is laid-back and elegant. With a deck that wraps around two sides of the house, it offers various idyllic spots where guests can listen to the sound of the sea, read a book, and sip on something indulgent. And when the noonday sun brings the heat, guests can cool down in the deck-rimmed plunge pool.

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8 Guests 3 Bedrooms 3 ½ Bathrooms 6 Beds

Sunset Cove’s self-catering holiday accommodation sleeps up to 8 guests, making it an ideal holiday rental for families. With wooden floors, natural elements and thoughtful finishing touches, the space is light, calm and welcoming. 

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1 King Bed 1 Queen Bed 2 Double Bunk

Destination Kommetjie - Klein Slangkop Long swathes of white beach, crystal clear waters, legendary surf, rock pools, and majestic, old milkwood trees will surround you in Kommetjie. Located on Cape Town’s South Peninsula, this quiet suburb is known for its relaxed atmosphere, chilled vibes, and natural beauty. The village is an eclectic mix of houses – from old family homes to sophisticated villas, and from beach cottages to modern manors, it has something for everyone. Natural Beauty and “Lekker Locals” The Kommetjie locals are warm and welcoming, making it a fun destination that foreign tourists and local holiday-makers return to every Summer. This stretch of Cape Town’s has astounding mountain-and-sea scenery, and on any day of the week you’ll find people out and about enjoying nature’s spoils. (*Lekker is local slang for ‘wholesome and awesome’). Something for everyone Surfing and Kommetjie are synonymous, and holiday accommodation in this part of Cape Town’s “Deep South” is in high demand. When the swell is good, Longbeach is where you’ll find surfers from all over Cape Town and the world. With quiet roads that lead all the way to Cape Point Nature Reserve, Kommetjie is also a cyclists paradise. The walkway that wends through “Old Kom” hugs the shoreline all the way to Slangkop lighthouse, an iconic landmark that is planted between the fynbos and rocks on a sandy outcrop.

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