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All Seasons B&B; situated on the east coast of Kwa-Zulu Natal, promises its guests the best Durban has to offer in the way of a truly memorable experience. Located just off Marine Drive on the Bluff; just two minutes from the beachfront and twenty minute
Overlooking the sea on the Bluff Durban's best kept secret and on secure premises in a safe suburb. Agape offers new comfortable accommodation in air-conditioned cabins
Dolphin's Rest is situated in the picturesque coastal suburb of Treasure Beach. This elegant seaside villa provides the luxuries of a five star hotel at very affordable price
Welcome to Lisa's Guesthouse - 32 Foreshore Drive, affordable self catering accommodation situated right on one of Durban's finest beaches. Thank you for taking the time to take a tour of our beachfront guesthouse and learning more about what we have to o
Welcome to Lisa's Guesthouse, affordable self catering accommodation situated right on one of Durban's finest beaches. Thank you for taking the time to take a tour of our beachfront guesthouse and learning more about what we have to offer.
Bluff Tradewinds consists of a 3-storey home. Two floors have been converted into fully self-contained apartments and the ground level has two luxurious rooms which are available on a Bed & Breakfast basis.
All units have their own private entrance with patio and braai facilities. Situated opposite the Main Beach in Bluff, Ansteys Beach. All cars are parked on the premises behind remote controlled gate. Security and Metro patrols 24/7. 1Km from shop...
4Shore Guesthouse Bluff Durban is an ideal business/working person or COUPLES ONLY accommodation providing a quiet environment for a good nights sleep. We are located on the well known Anstey's life-guarded swimming beach, in Southern Durban area.
Situated to the South of the Central Business District of the city of Durban, on the Bluff, and a mere 10 minutes drive away from the Airport, Villa Le View Guest house is remarkable suitable for both business travellers seeking ...
Favoured by business and leisure travellers, sports & tour groups, we offer comfortable accommodation, warm hospitality, a great atmosphere in a pleasant and homely environment with comfort, cleanliness and a great ‘beachy, home away from home’ atmosphere
Bluff Holidays - Durban, KwaZulu Natal
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The Bluff is Durban's most prominent natural landmark - an impressive thick, green headland forming the southern quayside of the Durban port, which separates the Bluff from other busier, more congested KZN seaside towns.
The Bluff itself comprises several suburbs, some of which meander along the KwaZulu Natal coastline harbouring a secret - that of superb fishing, surfing and swimming beaches. Some of the more fortunate Bluff residents may enjoy splendid sea views which would include witnessing giant tankers and shipping liners entering and leaving Durban Harbour.
The Bluff's most popular beach is Blue Flag Bluff Ansteys Beach, where on any given day you can watch surfers, body boarders and kite surfers riding the waves. Life doesn’t get much better than at Ansteys Beach, Bluff - the place for watching spectacular sunrises and catching a late afternoon wave.
Bluff Brighton Beach is renowned for its world famous surf spot 'Cave Rock', enticing surfers from all over the world to come and ride the supertube waves as large swells break across the rock reef. At low tide the surf ebbs to expose rock pools, ideal for children to play in.
The lesser known Bluff Garvies Beach is definitely left to the more experienced surfer, as the surf is rough, and not ideal for casual paddlers.
Other attractions include the Bluff National Park Golf Club, which is surrounded by magnificent wetlands teaming with wildlife. This 18 hole golf course includes water hazards, and a two-tier green protected by a dam on the final hole.
Yachties will enjoy the Bluff Yacht Club located on the banks of the Silt Channel of Durban Harbour, and the nature lover can revel in the quiet at Bluff Nature Reserve, which provides excellent walking trails, and bird viewing opportunities in two bird hides.
Learn about days gone by at the Bluff Whaling Museum, which displays a harpoon gun casing, flensing knife and pieces of whale teeth and ribs among other things. Whaling started on the Bluff in 1909, and ended in 1975, as it became a controversial topic, as well as making the lives of Bluff residents a misery, as the smell of decaying whale flesh invaded every part of their homes.
Known as 'the friendly suburb', the Bluff is a place visitors return to again and again, as it offers whale watching from June to November, dolphin watching all year round, and the crayfish season is open from March to November. During June / July there's an energetic buzz of fishermen and locals when the annual Sardine Run takes place, which is considered to be the greatest shoal on Earth. Water sports include kite-boarding, kayaking and diving, then indulge in more exercise at the Bluff, Brighton Beach Tennis Club, or hit the local Bluff Virgin Active gym.
Visit towns near the Bluff:
Glenwood, Durban 8.3km from the Bluff
Durban Beachfront 13.3km from the Bluff
Greyville, Durban 13.4km from the Bluff
Durban Point Waterfront 13.5km from the Bluff
Bluff Accommodation - Durban, KwaZulu Natal
Known as 'the friendly suburb', the Bluff is a place visitors return to again and again, as it offers whale watching from June to November, dolphin watching all year round, and the crayfish season is open from March to November. During June / July there's an energetic buzz of fishermen and locals when the annual Bluff Sardine Run takes place, which is considered to be the greatest shoal on Earth. Water sports include kite-boarding, kayaking, diving, surfing and swimming on some of the most superb KZN beaches.
Most popular is the Bluff Blue Flag Ansteys Beach, the place for watching spectacular sunrises and catching a late afternoon wave. Bluff Brighton Beach is renowned for its world famous surf spot 'Cave Rock', where surfers from all over the world come to ride the supertube waves, then at low tide the surf ebbs to expose rock pools, ideal for children to play in. Bluff Garvies Beach is usually left to the more experienced surfer, as the surf is rough, and not ideal for casual paddlers.
Other Bluff attractions include:
- Bluff National Park Golf Club
- Bluff Yacht Club
- Bluff Nature Reserve
- Bluff Whaling Museum
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WhereToStay is on a mission to search for, and recruit a wide selection of suitable Bluff accommodation, particularly the more popular categories such as Bluff Bed & Breakfast accommodation, and Bluff Self Catering accommodation.
We strive to present a mixture of upmarket Bluff accommodation, and affordable accommodation (to suit all pockets and tastes), especially for Self Catering accommodation in Bluff, which is a category more geared for family holiday accommodation on the Bluff.
Lodgings on the Bluff can range from 5-star Bluff guest houses to the more popular mid-range accommodation opportunities.
We recommend that, if in doubt about Bluff accommodation quality, and to put your mind at ease, you should consider Star Graded accommodation on the Bluff, whether it be Star Graded Self Catering Bluff accommodation, or Star Graded Bluff B&B accommodation. See WhereToStay for our Star Graded Bluff Accommodation page.
Be sure to check out our other Special Categories for Bluff Pet Friendly Accommodation and Bluff Accommodation Sleeps 10 or More.
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