About Summer Place
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About Summer Place
Summer Place is a two-level detached apartment with sea views from the dining area, lounge and balcony. The self-catering unit is approximately two minutes' walk to the Camps Bay beachfront and features a telephone, wireless Internet, 24-hour monitored alarm, and cleaning twice weekly.
The unit comprises an open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining area upstairs, with a small study area with a couch downstairs. The lounge opens onto a sea-facing balcony through sliding doors. Satellite TV, DVD, PVR, a dining area for six guests and a fully equipped kitchen with a washing machine and tumble-dryer are also provided. Other features include a communal swimming pool, gas barbecue facilities, four deck chairs and underground parking with remote access.
- Swimming Pool
The remaining balance must be paid by the required due date which is usually at least nine weeks prior to arrival. Payment can again be made either by bank transfer or credit card under the procedures described in Clause 1 above. If you intend paying the balance as well as the deposit by credit card we suggest you complete the necessary instructions on the credit card authorisation form when making your booking so we are able to charge your card on the balance due date. If the balance has not been paid by the required date, we shall be entitled to cancel your booking and retain the full deposit. If your booking is being made within nine weeks of your arrival, you will generally be required to pay the full rental payment at the time of the booking unless otherwise advised. Please note that early or late arrivals and departures will be accommodated at an extra charge. Guests who check in between 19:00 and 07:00 will be charged a R300 check-in charge payable in cash on arrival or during the clients' stay.
A refundable Breakage Deposit which is R10 000 is required and is held in case of any damages, this can be paid with the balance or via credit card at check in.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling