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Old Nick Village

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April 26, 2020
Old Nick Village offers visitors a “creative lifestyle shopping experience” and is a landmark in this seaside town. Originally it was a Gansvlei General Dealers Store, a trading store, which was built by Aaron Toplis in 1880. The shop traded until the 1960’s when it was forced to close due to the…
February 16, 2020
Good casual restaurant with friendly service, delightful small artisan shops - all in a beautiful garden.
Jeanne Irene
Jeanne Irene
January 23, 2020
A beautiful little Centre, just out of town, where you may find a weaving Centre with historic looms on display, and many beautiful woven products. Also beautiful and unusual pottery, clothing, African blankets and art, books, garden Centre, and a place to eat
January 9, 2020
this little complex has tons to offer. from mungo towels to energising crystals. they have a wednesday market and it is highly recommended.
October 26, 2019
We love Old Nick for shopping and eating, so much on offer … Mungo Design manufactures quality homeware textiles, including table linen, throws, bedding and iconic flat-weave towels. ‘Man Cloth’ is a personal favourite, a braai cloth with heatproof corners that doubles as an apron. Never met a guy…

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