The accommodation consists of 8 self catering log cabins which are scattered amongst the indigenous bush. All fully insulated cabins (totaling 60m2) sleep 5 (1 double, 1 single and 1 bunk bed). Each unit contains a main bedroom, with en-suite ...
This heavenly, characterful beach house hidden in amongst indigenous forest on the Hibiscus coast makes for the perfect tranquil family getaway.
Mtwalume Riverside-on-Sea Chalets invites you to come and enjoy a relaxing family holiday on the beautiful South Coast of Kwa Zulu-Natal
Our property is a 5-bedroom beach side self-catering house located in the tranquil & secluded holiday resort of Bazley Beach. It offers convenient, high quality self-catering accommodation with generous spaces
Shangrila is a true gem. Set in 8 acres of indigenous coastal gardens, forest and grassland is a beautiful old colonial beach home with wide wrap around verandahs, and truly magnificent views of the Indian Ocean. Bazley Beach, is a secluded and tranquil h
Lazy afternoons, sand between your toes and sun downers in the afternoons….. If you’re looking for a chilled weekend away from it all, then this self-catering house ticks all the boxes.
IMN Lodge is a family owned lodge located in Bazley, 70km south of Durban in the South coast of Kwa-Zulu Natal. Bazely is a great place to get away from the crowds, with a beautiful clean beach. At IMN we trust you will have a relaxing time away from the
High Rocks 32 Ridge Road, Bazley Beach, is situated on one of the most pristine beaches along our coast line. It is great for fishing, surfing, diving and just good days on the beach
The house is a double storey house which can sleep up to a maximum of 10 people, if need be, but prices quoted are for 8 people (including children). There is a fenced enclosed garden and a swimming pool.
Kia Ora Beach House is a spacious double-storey house comprising three double bedrooms and a bunk room with four double bunks in the main house and another en-suite double room with a smaller bunk room with two double bunks in the 'granny flat'.