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Rubert's Boathouse _ Brenton On Sea 

15km's from Knysna central, Brenton On Sea is a seaside village on the West-Coast of South Africa with charm, warmth and it's very own blue flag beach that stretches the width of the Goukamma Nature Reserve. This charming Boathouse, a garage for boat & trailer, has been converted into a space for two, overlooking the ocean from the bed, fitted with every necessity & convenience. Private, peaceful, and a 3min drive to the beach _ or brave the dune for a 15min hike. Bird life, whales & dolphins love this bay.
082 659 0261 | 082 7022 125

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About the

Rubert's Boathouse is a cosy unit with a partial sea view and is located on the owner’s property in Brenton-on-Sea, Knysna and is within walking distance from the beach.

This cottage can accommodate 2 guests and is furnished with a comfortable couch, a double bed and an en-suite bathroom fitted with a shower, washbasin and toilet. All linen and bath towels are provided.

This unit includes a kitchenette equipped with a 2-plate stove, microwave, fridge-freezer, cutlery and crockery as well as tea- and coffee-making facilities. Free Wi-Fi and a TV are also available in the unit.

Brenton-on-Sea is a settlement and coastal town situated 15 km west of Knysna and this is the ideal accommodation for a couple wanting to explore the Garden Route.

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Brenton On Sea, Knysna, South Africa

Brenton-on-Sea is a settlement and seaside resort town 15km west of Knysna in Garden Route District Municipality in the Western Cape province of South Africa. Named after Sir Jahleel Brenton, who declared Knysna a harbour in 1818, the area is home to the endangered Brenton blue butterfly.


It is part of the Garden Route and a popular spot for seaside vacations and holidays. The endangered Brenton Blue butterfly is responsible for large sects of land in the Brenton area remaining undeveloped. The last breeding colonies of the tiny endemic butterfly are found here and in 2003, the land was proclaimed a Special Nature Reserve to try to save the species.

Easy walk to the beach, a general store, two restaurants and a deli. Start a 9km hike through the Goukamma Nature Reserve along the coast to Buffels Bay. Fishermans Walk is only 5 minutes away and gives you a coastal easy trial of 5 km's on the cliffs of Brenton On Sea.

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