Lazy lizzards offers a 3 different options. A self catering cottage , which can sleep 2 to 4 guest, A modern bedsitter which sleep 2 . and the house for long term stays only , which sleeps 6 to 8 guests. There is a vibrant and eclectic mix of african and modern styles, within the comforts of a home. Situated in an upmarket area with stunning mountain views providing the perfect setting for sundowners.
The cottage: (sleeps 2 / 4) consists of a large bedroom with cupboards, a full bathroom on suite, a open plan lounge, dinning and kitchennette area. There is an additional 2 single beds.
The Bedsitter is a open plan garden unit and sleeps 2 guest. Plus a sleeper couch for a child. There is a bathroom with shower , kitchennette and seating area,
We also have the full Lazy Lizzards House on offer: Only for long term use . (min. 15 days) Sleeps 6 to 8, consisting of 3 bedrooms: Doubles, one on suite with open plan bathroom, plus 2 bedrooms with a seperate bathroom.
A large open plan lounge, dinning area for 8, and kitchen. A extra sleeper couch for additional children or single bed can be accommodated.
The cottage and the house can be used individiually or together.
There is a large patio with decking, BBQ area, swimming pool and water feature.
Stunning mountain views to enjoy your breakfast or evenings.
Own entrance and a secluded courtyard with Koi pond, secure off street parking.
Satellite TV and wireless ADSL.
Somerset West is the secret gem of the Western Cape, offering easy access to all the major attractions: Beaches, Wine farms, Restaurants, Famous Golf Courses, Scenic Drives and Nature Reserves. There are many outdoor activities and extreme sports: surfing, kite boarding and wakeboarding to choice from. All within 10 minutes drive.
Somerset West is 20 minutes from the International Airport and an easy 30 minutes drive from the center of Cape Town.
- Private Bathroom
- WiFi (wireless LAN)
- pool area with BBQ
- Separate Entry
- Email/Computer Usage
- Washing machine
- Panoramic view
- Pets allowed
- Pets live here