Endless Summer - Whale Watchers Properties brings you this lovely one bedroom fully equipped self-catering apartment with Julienne Balcony offering a side view (only when standing at the double doors) to the beach and surf. It is situated on the 2nd floor of the iconic Empire Building on the Muizenberg Beachfront. Within close walking distance to the beach and in the centre of town, this is an ideal apartment for a getaway to the beach.
Accommodation at Endless Summer:
The apartment can accommodate up to 2 adultsand comprises 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, and an open-plan kitchen and living area. The bedroom contains a double bed, while the bathroom is fitted with a walk inshower, a washbasin and a toilet with toilet sprayer shattaf shower.
Thekitchen is fully equipped for self-catering and contains a dish washer, stove,oven, fridge, microwave, and cutlery and crockery. There is also a breakfastbar with stools and a dining table with benches.
The lounge area has 1 extralarge comfy couch and a flat-screen television with Full DStv channels and Netflixavailable with guests own login.
Muizenberg is Africa's oldest surfing town. Home to one of the worlds' best learn-to-surf beaches and the warmest waters on the Cape Town coastline, Muizenberg is a must visit holiday destination while in Cape Town. There are many tourist attractions in the area with walking tours on offer from Muizenberg Tours and Travel. For breakfast, there is an abundance of choice. Hang Ten cafe is a local surfers hangout and institutional cafes like Empire Cafe and Gaslight have been local favourites for manyyears. This area is home to incredible restaurants, and a vibrant nightlife with Tigers Milk and Live-bait only short walk from the apartment. Live music is regularly hosted at the Striped Horse, with it's in-house striped horse craft beers proving very popular. Take a walk through the old part of town (Palmer Road) an interesting collection shops and coffee shops where locals show off their crafts and trade. The Blue Bird Garage Market is also a hot favourite for a Friday night. This is where all the locals congregate after a long week of work and surf. Visitors can enjoy a coastal walk from Muizenberg to Kalk Bay that includes the historical mile. This part of the walk features some wonderful historical buildings including the SA Police Museum, Casa Labia, Rhodes Cottage and Het Posthuys which dates back to 1742 and is one of the oldest buildings in South Africa.