Mbango 2 is a 3 bedroom; elegantly furnished self catering apartment. The main bedroom is ensuite with a double bed, the second bedroom has a double bed and the third bedroom is two single beds. The apartment sleeps 6 people. All rooms are fully complete
A fully serviced holiday cottage that has it all! Don’t believe it, then come check it out… A quaint beach house, with all the modern amenities, great sea view, popular fishing and swimming beach. We have both a long sandy beach and lagoon...
Seagulls sleeps 9 people. It has 4 bedrooms. Three of the bedrooms have queen beds and the 4th bedroom has 3 single beds.
Newly renovated Crab Shack can accommodate 10 people. It offers 3 bedrooms plus a flatlet. Two of the bedrooms have queen beds, the 3rd bedroom has 2 adult sized double bunk beds and the flatlet also has a queen bed.
6 bedrooms, 4 x double beds, 2 x bunk beds, sleeps 14 people. Tv with Dstv, WiFi included, pool and built in braai area.
The Beach House sleeps a maximum a 8 adults and 4 children below 5 years. Featuring four tastefully decorated bedrooms, all with magnificent beach and sea views. The main bedroom features a king size bed and en suite bathroom.
This KwaZulu Natal South Coast self-catering, beachfront cottage is a modern oasis for the city weary. Our front garden gate opens onto a narrow strip of indigenous vegetation (admiralty) which is all that separates you from the beautiful blue flag Southp
Sea Shells Cottage/Home is a gem waiting to be discovered. This establishment has beautiful sea views and sunrises with ships and fishing boats passing by as well as whale watching in season.
Sky Tydes Beach House and Cottage is located right on one of the most beautiful beaches on the South Coast. Gaze through the Milkwood trees at the stunning sea view and fulfill all your holiday wishes right on your door step
Hibiscus on the Beach is located right on the beach of Southport. Just between two tidal pools, the house is ideally located to enjoy the beach with all the family.
Anerley is a small resort village situated about eight kilometers to the north of the town of Port Shepstone on the South Coast of Natal.
Anerley is only thirty kilometers from the Oribi Gorge, a 400 metre deep gorge which is the largest and most spectacular gorge in KwaZulu-Natal. This gorge is in an 1800 hectare nature reserve along the Umzimkulwana River and is between Port Shepstone and Harding. Anerley's claim to fame is Huberta, a hippopotamus that is said to have passed through the village in 1928 on her journey from Zululand to East London, a 1600 kilometer journey that took her three years.