YELLOWOODS 3 - PLETT CENTRAL
3 Bedrooms/2 Bathrooms. SLEEPS 6.
Incredible views from this top-floor apartment. In the heart of Plett, this apartment offers relaxed holiday accommodation. Walk down to Central Beach or pop downstairs into Plett’s quaint main street with restaurants, coffee shops and retail stores.
Stairs lead up from the street via a locked gate up to the apartments. The parking area and garage on the ground floor.
Enter into open plan living area with lounge (with flat-screen TV & DSTV), dining and kitchen with stunning views of the sea. The dining table seats 6 inside.
Doors open onto the covered patio and braai area with stunning views. Weber braai and outdoor cushioned chairs and table.
Bedrooms: The bedrooms have ceiling fans.
Main Bedroom: King sized bed with airc-conditioner with an en-suite bathroom (Bath & Toilet).
Bedroom 2: X2 Single Beds
Bedrooms 3: X2 Single Beds
Family Bathroom: Shower and Toilet.
Family Bathroom 2: Bath and Shower.
Accommodation & facility check list:
- Linen, bath and one set of beach/swimming towels are provided.
- Optional cleaning lady available to work. Wages are excluded form the rental.
- DSTV decoder including smart card available & included in rental.
- Wi-Fi included.
- Kitchen equipped with: dishwasher, microwave, x1 fridge & freezer combo.
- Family Bathroom has the washing machine and tumble drier.
- 4 plate Electric Hob and Electric oven. Weber Braai on patio.
- No pets allowed.
- Properties have stairs.
- The property isn’t suitable for small children due to the balcony.
- Non-smoking home, please smoke outside
- Parking: One garage parking available.
- Tenants and their guests to adhere to the Conduct/House rules of the estate.
- The apartment is above shops and restaurants and across the road from Clare’s Cakes and Flashbacks.
HISTORY ON YELLOWOODS CENTRE – PLETTENBERG BAY
Yellowoods came into existence because Pam and John Duncan were keen to open a bookshop in Plett in 1974 but could not find suitable space. Plett was still a village! By chance they met with the Phitidis family of Dorothea, Plato and Solon who owned a stand on Main Street. Together as partners they decided to put up a building on this site which would house the bookshop apart from 12 other shops and 6 flats on the third floor.
Murray and Roberts laid the first brick overseen by their local director Bo Price and the Architect Richard Johnson. The impossible goal was to complete the work within 6 months and be open for business on the 1st December 1974. They did it with a day to spare! The design emphasizes Spanish arched walkways with a plum brick facade. The bricks, from the Grahamstown brickworks, are unusually heavy and strong giving the building a sense of enduring solidity. No structural repairs have ever been needed.