Hello, lovelies! Let me show you today another stunning and inspiring South African beach house. Casa Sanchia is located in the peaceful town of Dwarskersbos, only 90 minutes drive from Cape Town. Тhe owners of this adorable holiday home, Pedro and Renée De Sambento wanted to create a serene family summer retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Adorable South African beach house in Dwarskersbos | My Cosy Retreat

Casa Sanchia is designed by talented architect Marco Bezzoli, a founder member of archilab. Full of natural light, the house has bright, simple and calm natural decor. Wood, stone, white washed walls and lovely textiles… The whole house has such a beautiful and relaxing summer atmosphere that makes you feel simply happy.

Adorable South African beach house in Dwarskersbos | My Cosy Retreat

Adorable South African beach house in Dwarskersbos | My Cosy Retreat

Adorable South African beach house in Dwarskersbos | My Cosy Retreat

Adorable South African beach house in Dwarskersbos | My Cosy Retreat

Adorable South African beach house in Dwarskersbos | My Cosy Retreat

Adorable South African beach house in Dwarskersbos | My Cosy Retreat

Adorable South African beach house in Dwarskersbos | My Cosy Retreat

Some of the best features of the house are the swimming pool and the fabulous open-plan outdoor living area. From here you can see the unspoiled 16 km long beach… A breathtaking view that will leave you speechless.

Adorable South African beach house in Dwarskersbos | My Cosy Retreat
The amazing photos of this South African beach house are captured by talented photographer Anton Robert.

Here are another gorgeous South African summer houses that I hope you will love too: the fabulous beach cottage near Paternoster and this dreamy beach cottage, located  in the small fishing village of Churchhaven.

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Wishing you a lovely day, my friends : )

Source: House and Leisure | Design: Marco Bezzoli Styling: Kate Boswell | Photography: Anton Robert