Kalimera is a beautifully appointed self-catering holiday house in Darling, about 45 minutes from Cape Town and 15 minutes from the Atlantic beach. It offers stunning views and is the ideal place for a relaxed holiday in a tastefully decorated atmosphere.
Kalimera is a sunny holiday house which can sleep 6 persons. There are three tastefully furnished double bedrooms each with an en-suite bathroom and a spacious living area with fully equipped kitchen. Kalimera is built around the swimming pool, which offers you a nice chilling during the hot summer months and is surrounded by a lush garden with many indigenous plants.
From the patio and the balcony you have stunning views over the village and its hills. Having a holiday, planning for a sabbatical or enjoying your retirement? With or without children? Kalimera offers you many opportunities. You will appreciate the calm, peaceful atmosphere and can be assured of total privacy. Whether you stroll through the friendly village, laze around the pool or explore the Western Cape, you can be assured of a memorable stay.
On the ground floor you will find two bedrooms: one bedroom (the ‘poolroom’) with a queen size bed and en-suite bathroom and one bedroom with two single beds and en-suite bathroom. The en-suite bathrooms have a shower and toilet. The poolroom has French doors leading to the swimming pool. The main bedroom is situated upstairs and contains besides a toilet, bath and shower also a large worktable. It has its own balcony offering stunning views over the village and its hills. The kitchen is well equipped and contains a gas cooker and breakfast bar. The dining area is next to the kitchen. There is a sunken lounge with fireplace and French doors leading to patios and pool area.
If you have smaller children, you can put a safety net over the pool. Near the pool you will find several patios to relax while enjoying the beautiful views. There is a large covered patio with built-in braai. In the garden you will find a lawn and many indigenous plants and trees like the Protea, olive trees, bougainvillea, and jasmine.