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We stayed here for 2 nights and loved it. We arrived not expecting too much but were pleasantly surprised. We had a family chalet and found it to be well equipped, clean and in a lovely position overlooking the sea.
We loved having a bbq,...More
Last year I visited with my disabled mother and was very happy with our experience. This year I booked again, and while the location is still outstanding, the accommodation definitely needs attention. We had the two-bedroom oceanette (ref FNZ4). The soft furnishings had been updated...More
We stayed in one of the forrest cabins. It was lovely with a little stream passing behind us. At night you only hear the ocean and the animals in the forrest. The cabin was very clean, as well as the communals. Spot on, and well...More
We were inside chalet number 15B which had a fantastisc view of the rolling Indian Ocean across our door. Huge balcony with braai and fulle equipped kitchen with everyhing you can think about to cook lunch or dinner. Great and romantically decorated room. Lovely hike...More
Myself and my partner had an awesome time. The room was a bit unexpected however we enjoyed the time we spent at storms river. We would definitely go back however chose a different cabin. The restaurant however I didn't enjoy. The shop was very user...More
Hi, yes you can store things in the kitchen fridge at your own discretion. As with backpackers, noone can vouch for your goods and things do go missing, but you'll find that most of the time your steak will be where you left... More
Hi, yes you can store things in the kitchen fridge at your own discretion. As with backpackers, noone can vouch for your goods and things do go missing, but you'll find that most of the time your steak will be where you left it.
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"All rooms are good, and are separate free standing units"