The remoteness of Hole in the Wall resort lends itself to excellent bird watching, nature walks, hiking trails as well as being an ideal spot for fishing.
There are three separate units. Unit one consists of one double bed, shower and toilet. Unit 2 consists of one double bed, and 2 single beds with a shower, toilet and basin .Unit 3 is the centre or the heart of the cottages
The Lighthouse at Mazeppa Bay offers a getaway you will never forget. We have
the best view of the famous island and the suspended bridge.
You have your own private walkway to the beach between the most amazing indigenous palms.
5 Bedrooms, comfortably sleep 8 adults & 5 children. Two bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms & the other rooms share a bathroom
Mbotyi in Pondoland on the Eastern Cape coastline is still wild. Situated in a wilderness area at the mouth of the Mbotyi River it is the perfect place for a peaceful, tranquil or adventurous getaway.
Our Bed & Breakfast rooms are situated in our cosy log cabins. They come in both double and twin formats so are ideal for couples or friends/children. The rooms also come with private access, ensuite toilet and shower and your own patio to relax ...
At Cremorne Seaside River Resort our Self Catering Log Cabins are ideal for your relaxing holiday. In either 4 sleeper or 2 sleeper formats they cater for both your family getaway or the romantic weekend away with someone special.
Coffee Bay is a small village community along the Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape of South Africa, noted for the area's magnificent natural beauty. The town consists of traditional African huts, a trading post, a camping site, and two resort hotels. The community is located 200 km North of East London, along N2. Coffee Bay's government is based on the traditional tribal system. The community is governed by Tribal Law in which local Headmen and Chiefs run tribal courts. Coffee Bay is a Xhosa community. The people live in rondavels that are thatched mud-brick huts with no running water or electricity.
There is no trace of the wrecked ship with its cargo of coffee beans that gave Coffee Bay its name, but there are plenty of other attractions for visitors. Coffee Bay has the delightful ambience of a tropical ski village, with rustic hotels, lodges, bars and open-air lounges all within walking distance of each other, and each trying to out-picturesque its neighbour. Dress code is strictly beachcomber-style, and most meals are eaten outdoors. This is one of the most popular holiday resorts on the Wild Coast, with safe and beautiful swimming beaches, spectacular hikes, excellent fishing and a transient population of families on holiday, backpackers, campers, tourists and students.