|Contact :||Jaco Rheeder|
Ramsgate Palms 64 is a 1st floor non-smoking, self-catering, sea-view
apartment situated within one of the best maintained secure complexes in Ramsgate with direct access onto the Ramsgate Blue Flag Beach.
The apartment comprises of an open plan lounge/kitchen area, two bedrooms and two bathrooms (One en-suite with shower and second with bath) and large balcony.
The apartment sleeps four. The main bedroom has a Queen Size bed, and the second bedroom has two singles. All linen provided - please bring your own towels. Kindly note that the unit is self catering and is not serviced on a daily basis.
The Kitchen comes fully equipped with a Microwave and Dishwasher. The lounge comes equipped with a TV and DSTV Connectivity (There is a decoder (no smartcard) available; it is however recommended that you bring your own decoder and smartcard to avoid compatibility issues. There is no Terrestrial TV Reception available in the immediate area.)
There are lovely sea and breaker views from the Balcony and Main Bedroom. There is a Webber barbecue available on the Balcony for your convenience and a 4-seater table and chairs to enjoy the views.
The complex is gated and guarded. There are communal pool, laundry and barbecue facilities within the complex. Covered parking is provided for a single vehicle.
The popular Blue Lagoon Restaurant and Waffle House is within walking distance in addition to several other restaurants and shops. Two malls are located within 15-mins drive.
A quote from the Blue Flag Organisation Website:
"Ramsgate beach is a one-of-a-kind experience. It is surrounded by natural vegetation that has been transformed into a park-like area. The beach is wide, sandy and based at the end of an estuary. Pedal boats and recreational activities are on offer in the estuary area which is closed to swimming. Restaurants are located in the adjacent area. Lifeguards are on duty throughout the year as the water is warm and the sub-tropical climate allows for swimming at Ramsgate throughout the year. There is plenty of interpretive signage, and information about local environmental issues. A whalewatching site has been developed opposite the beach."