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
Bazley Beach Holiday Cottage, is a family owned cottage located in Bazley Beach, which is South of Durban (80km), King Shaka International Airport (114km), Amanzimtoti (58km), Scottburgh (26km) and North of Port Shepstone (52km).
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
The Home offers spectacular and unobstructed views of the sea and the beach. The garden looks straight onto the beach which is 150m directly in front of the home.
The apartment is fully equipped and the kitchenette has a bar fridge, 2 plate stove, microwave, kettle and toaster. All cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils are also provided.
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.
A comfortable 3 bedroom 2 bathroom unit,Shelly Beach - 6 sleeper. Spacious lounge/ Dining room. Has direct access to the beach directly in front of the unit - 20 meters from sea sand.
Right on the beach - 11 fully equipped self catering chalets, ground floor and first floor units set in beautiful garden. Braai facilities available.
Number Thirty-One offers self-catering holiday accommodation which is located in Bazley Beach, with a view of the ocean from the garden, and is less than 300m from the beach. Guests are able to book either the main house or the flat separately, or togethe
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.
All bedroom suites are beautifully decorated and exude an air of tranquility. Equipped with tea/coffee facilities, ceiling fans and secure alarm systems, all add to your peace of mind. With daily servicing your impeccable suite awaits your ...
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'.
Fully equipped 2 bed roomed cottages on Shelly Beach. Each cottage has own private braai area and garden. Early morning coffee at the pond with waterfall where our ducks will entertain you.
Our holiday accommodation at Shelly Strand is a comfortable self-catering duplex unit, which accommodate a maximum of 6 people
Comfortable and spacious*Peaceful area*500mts from secluded beach*Beautiful outside area and garden for your delight.*Swimming Pool 3mX4m*Fully equipped
Villa Moya holiday flat offers a lovely two bedroom apartment with a queen bed in the main bedroom & en-suite, a double & single bed in the second bedroom as well as a double sleeper couch in the living area. Both bedrooms are air conditioned.
Located in the heart of Shelly Beach, this secure beach front complex called Shelly Strand boasts direct access to the beach, and is ever popular amongst holiday beach goers.
Shore Breakers offer the ultimate in self catering accommodation.- .Ch7 ,& ch 8 are sea-facing,whilst the other ch1-6 are set in large garden, on ground level.serviced daily. Ch 1,2,3 4,,5,6 are newly renovated.all are approx 30 paces from beac
The small village of uMzumbe, nestled in wild and thick dune forest, is situated one hundred kilometers to the South of Durban between the Mzumbe and Ingambili Rivers. It is believed that the area was once home to a vicious group of cannibals and renegades, and therefore locals named the river, or "Bad Kraal".The village grew up around a farm known as Ballymuddle in the early part of the 20th Century.
For many years uMzumbe has become known as a haven for retired people, fishermen and holidaying families who stayed in the cottages or at the rambling Pumula Hotel in the village, one of the jewels of the South Coast. Fishing and diving in the uMzumbe area is excellent while spearfishing is also popular with large brusher and garrick often being caught there. Northwards, the shallower reefs are home to monster sized crayfish, though a licence is needed to extract them. Dolphins are often seen here too, and in July and September visitors can often witness whales making their way along the coast.The area also produces great waves, resulting in excellent surfing, whilst other water sports like windsurfing are also popular.
Legend has it that the area was once inhabited by the Hlongwa people, until King Shaka overrun the settlement and drove them off. Upon his successful return he stopped on a ridge looking down on a valley, and asked his ancestors for their blessing.
He performed a local Zulu custom by picking up a pebble, spitting on it and placing it back on the ground. Shaka's army of warriors copied their king and a huge pile of pebbles was formed. The famous isivivane or "lucky pile of pebbles" can still be seen at uMzumbe today.
A huge effort has been under way for several years now to bring life back into this tired old village. A local architect has drawn up a map showing shipwrecks, forests, and nature reserves, meandering rivers, prime locations for adventure sports and sites of historical, religious and cultural significance. There's also an initiative to create a tourism route inland, one of the least-known and most beautiful areas of KwaZulu-Natal.