Voetjieshang (in other words ‘chill’, let your hair or feet down…). Do your mind, soul and body need recharging? Then we have a solution for you. In Yzerfontein, right on the beach is a beautiful family home, which offers spectacular views over the Atlantic Ocean. All you will hear is the continuous crashing of waves onto rocks and white sandy shores. At low tide you might want to go for a stroll and see what the crystal clear rock-pools have to offer.
Here you will be able to experience nature at its best. You might spot whales in season and are bound to see dolphins playing in the surf and turquoise waves. The shimmering sea will fascinate and sooth you and, you will be surrounded with the cry of seagulls as they flock together to feed. The ultimate experience will be watching the terns taking off in one huge flock just to settle again after having performed their dazzling display.
Great fortitude is required to swim or surf in the icy waters of the Atlantic Ocean, but you can do so – right in front of Voetjieshang. Everything in and around this home will remind of why you have taken this opportunity. The view from the house is spectacular; from here you can observe the local fishermen as they do what fishers do. In the distance you can clearly see Meeu Rots (seagulls’ rock).
Come and enjoy the comfort of a family home with plenty of space; 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and toilets, living room and kitchen, flanked by outdoor areas leading from the living room and 2 bedrooms. The open plan kitchen is next to the living room with a television set, couch, Morris chairs and a dining room table, which can seat up to 10. The atmosphere is cozy and comfortable with a fresh maritime décor in blues, reds and white.
The main patio area has an undercover wooden lattice section with an umbrella with uninterrupted sea views. On this patio area you may enjoy your early morning coffee or watch stunning sunsets whilst sipping your favourite tipple.
The adjacent entertainment room has a large indoor barbeque with tables, chairs and large sliding doors opening towards the sea. Here you can also hide from the sometimes-inclement West Coast weather, without compromising the ocean’s presence.