A luxury, fully equipped self-catering holiday home at the channel in Port Owen with breathtaking waterfront views from 3 of the 4 bedrooms. There is an entertainment area with an open plan kitchen, -lounge and -dining area as well as table tennis and indoor braai. For those who want outside braai facilities there is a portable grill that can be set up on the porch. The sliding door that can be completely opened to the channel front, and it creates a sense of socializing outdoors while sitting as it were, in the entertainment area. The wealthy property is located in the tranquility and beauty of the West Coast where you can relax and watch the sun as it sets. From here you can see spectacular sunrises that mark the beginning of yet another fun day.The West Coast is known for its excellent boating-, skiing, canoeing and "Paddling" events. Port Owen is one of the most visited birding sites in the world. The town has some good restaurants and other small towns in the area include: Paternoster, St. Helena and Tietiesbaai.The West Coast is known for its variety of water sports such as: snorkeling, diving, boating, skiing, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, kite surfing and deep see fishing. Port Owen and Admiral Island is famous among yachting enthusiasts the world over. There are some places where you stick your foot over the threshold and on a yacht stage. Within a few minutes you can sail on the crystal clear Atlantic Ocean or even inland. The bay, which the Berg River flows, is known as one of the calmest and safest places in the stormy Atlantic coast here in the southern part of Africa. The river gives access to the channel with the house right display on the banks. There is a jetty which gives the house direct access to the water, where you have a boat can dock safely. It makes the place attractive for boat enthusiasts. This Velddrif premises, on the estuary is a proposed RAMSAR site. This is one of the 5 most popular bird breeding grounds in the world and the wide variety of birds that can be seen here, back it up. There is a birding trail and wooden walkway in the town on the R399 to Piketberg. It is open 09:00 to 21:00. The trail overlooks a number of tidal mud pools and salt marshes, which can be seen more than 200 bird species. General species that can be seen here include: White Pelican, Greater Flamingo, Lesser Flamingo and malachite kingfisher. Migrant water pedals are abundant in the summer.The lower area of the Berg River became known as the "hot spot" for scarce water pedals. There are few other areas in the country can be seen as much scarce water birds. Recent rare species include: Little Blue Heron, HUDSONIAN, black harrier and Lesser Yellow legs.