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A nostalgic & homely seaside escape, above Boulders Beach, joins Explorers club

We have discovered another twinkling moon called Little Hampton and it sits above Boulders Beach, a sheltered cove made up of inlets between gigantic granite boulders on the Cape Peninsula. The beach also happens to be a permanent nesting colony of African Penguins and is a perfect beach for children to play hooky.
Colleen Nugent, its vivacious owner, has always loved the village atmosphere of Simonstown, just 40 minutes from the centre of Cape Town. She has captured a liberating Enid Blyton existence in this all-wood holiday home. The result is a light and bright welcoming space, where rosy pinks and pale blues set the scene, a few minutes down a track to the water. It’s a place where you want to kick off your shoes and plunge into an idyllic seaside holiday. A perfect companion to combine with one of the Explorers Club houses. For more info visit Little Hampton.

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Anne jamesreply
June 05, 2013 at 01:06 PM

Looks lovely Jo.

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