Open plan 46m² wooden cabin tucked away in a pretty garden. Cabin consists of one large open plan room which serves as a bedroom, lounge and kitchen area. Kitchen has a double sink and plumbing. Off the bedroom side of the cabin, French doors lead out onto a covered deck overlooking a secluded indigenous garden. It has a separate bathroom with toilet, hand basin and a bath. Bathroom has a gas geyser. A 5000L rainwater tank and a header tank provides the water to the cabin. However municipal water is available for connection. House is off the grid but has Eskom availability. A perfect getaway within easy walking distance to the village.
Bathurst is about 12 kilometres inland from Port Alfred, on the R67. The little 1820 Settlers village of Bathurst is a peaceful haven situated in the midst of green hills and magnificent trees, in the centre of the district famous for pineapples and cattle. Our IPC office is situated next door to The Pig and Whistle Hotel, reputedly the oldest existing pub in the country. Built in 1831 by Thomas Hartley, a blacksmith who came from Nottinghamshire with the 1820 Settlers. Visit the Toposcope, the famous Big Pineapple, the Bathurst Agricultural Museum and many other interesting tourist attractions.