Charming spacious three bedroom holiday home situated in Ramsgate, a village on the south coast of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, a land rich in exotic combinations of landscapes, people, history and culture. Hilltop Cottage offers the following - Seasonal Rates are available please enquire - Highest rate is R per night for December / January period: Accommodation comprises of three bedrooms, two double and one twin room which are prepared for your arrival with sheets, duvets and two pillows per person. Main bedroom with en suite bathroom & aircon Second room - double bed Third room - two single beds Second bathroom with shower Open plan lounge and dining area Large back garden Fully equipped kitchen & laundry Gas Braai Bedding & towels supplied Pet friendly Garage and ample parking Full view of the ocean from every room in the house DSTV / Cable TV - full bouquet Full security / armed response Caretaker available at all times. In the Vicinity: 300m from the warm Indian ocean where you can view whales & dolphins 5min walk to the Bistro village (Bistro Restaurant, Le Petit Cafe, Flavours Restaurant, Pizza Restaurant & shops. Very close to Ramsgate main beach which holds Blue Flag status meaning those visiting them can be sure that they are clean and safe and meet the highest environmental standards, as well the tough bathing water quality standards. Ramsgate main beach offers the following: Blue Lagoon Restaurant & Cocktail Deck & the famous Waffle House. 10min drive from Margate airport and town. Close to skiboat beach for launching boats. Ramsgate ramble. This meandering beach path has been lovingly restored by John Scott and his team of volunteers. The Marine Ramble is well signposted from the main road and runs from Big Tree Beach in the south,which is on the northern bank of Southbroom lagoon, accessed from Shore Road, to Tragedy Hill on Ramsgate’s northern boundary with Margate. The walk is approximately six kilometres long, but can be joined at any stage along the way. There are lots of interesting things to spot, including birds, shells, marine life in the many rock pools, and a big colony of dassies near the Ramsgate tidal pool. A map of the Ramble can be found at Tourism Offices & Ramsgate Businesses.