Christmas/New Year: December 20 – January 10
Summer: April 15 – December 14 2020
Rates are per night, accommodation only
Plus 10% Shared Economy Levy, 1.5% service fee
Special conditions apply during Christmas/New Year
Until confirmed rates may have changed without notice
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About The Property
“Surf’s Up” is a luxury beach-front condominium with spectacular sea views from all rooms.
The apartment is located on the ground floor, at the northern end of building with direct access to garden and beach. A spa pool surrounded by tropical bush and a small lounging area allow for an ideal setting of relaxation.
This corner unit has a dining terrace with views of the spa pool and beach. It consists of a dining table (seats 6) and two carved coral stone consoles with mirrors. In addition, a wet bar and bar fridge are available.
The two air-conditioned bedrooms are either side of the main living area and have ensuite bathrooms and ceiling fans. The master bedroom has a king size bed and the bathroom has a large whirlpool tub, separate shower, bidet and double vanity. Bedroom 2 has twin beds which can be made up separately or together. The en-suite bathroom has a single vanity and shower.
Housekeeping is included 6 half days a week, from 9am to 1pm. A cook can be provided at an additional cost.
Snorkel gear such as masks, snorkels, flippers and diving flag are provided for guests use.
A quiet beach opens on to a mile long beach leading to Gibbs and Mullins beaches.
Smoking not permitted indoors or on the patio.
It should be noted that beaches change their shape and size from day to day, week to week and month to month, mainly as a response to seasonal waves, currents and tides. Every effort has been made to depict the beach in front of this property, but temporary changes may occur.
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