Ocean Eden - Abalone is situated right on and has private access directly onto Pennington main beach where one can enjoy swimming, (lifeguards are on duty on week-ends and in season), surfing, fishing, snorkeling...
Welcome to our beautiful, family home overlooking the 2nd fairway at Selborne Park - South Africa's original Golf Estate! 4 double bedrooms (2 queen, 2 x 2 singles)
A privately owned self-catering Villa situated on the 9th Fairway of South Africa's first Golf Estate
This privately owned villa, situated on the 14th fairway of the Selborne golf course, offers secure, self-catering accommodation for eight people. It has two en-suite bedrooms with king size beds, while the other two bedrooms each have two single
A sophisticated haven of relaxation, nestled in the heart of the lush and tranquil South Coast. Beautifully restored Selborne Golf Estate, Hotel and Spa now offers a championship golf course, fine dining, world-class spa, conferencing and premium accommod
On The Beach. Magnificent Beach House , In Pennington's most sought after address , Cherry Lane. Sleeps 24. 10 Bedrooms , 4 Bathrooms. Two of the bedrooms are bunk rooms sleeping 4 persons each. All rooms have ceiling fans.
Van's View is a spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom holiday apartment situated right on the seafront along the well known Lillecrona Boulevard. The flat sleeps a maximum of 6 people. Enjoy exquisite sunrises and breaker views from your main bedroom, ...
Enjoy exquisite sunrises and breaker views from your main bedroom, lounge, patio and garden. Stroll 20m to your favourite fishing spot or 400m to the Margate beach or the Manaba tidal pool. Sha Bay 11 offers you this and much more.
All 9 units are sea facing and have spectacular sea views. Warren's and Clinton's Rooms have views partially interrupted by trees. The 5 downstairs units have covered patio and private gardens, the 4 upstairs units have private covered terraces. ...
River Valley Nature Reserve offers two identical cottages situated in a peaceful and picturesque part of the reserve close to the iVungu River. Each cottage has two large bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, both bathrooms having a shower and a bath. The
Manaba Dax no 6, is a spacious and airy self-catering apartment, with beautiful sea views, ideally located in the secure Manaba Dax complex in the popular, sought after holiday town of Manaba in Uvongo.
This luxury open plan apartment with a stunning sea view is situated in the popular holiday destination of Manaba Beach.The open plan tv/dining/kitchen room is air-conditioned and modern.
La Mouette no.4 - A very popular, clean, spacious and beautiful upper class self-catering 2 bedroom & 2 bathroom flat (6 people can sleep) with stunning sea view. Secure lock up parking, visitors parking as well as trailer parking ...
10 Del Este is a luxury penthouse apartment in popular Manaba Beach on the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal, situated on a quiet street, a mere 200m from the Manaba Tidal Pool and Lucien swimming beach.
La Côte d'Azur is one of the top self-catering resorts in South Africa, situated at the northern end of the mile-long Margate beach. This beautiful resort is built on six floors, stepped back from the Manaba end of Margate Beach, affording every apartment
Our family size flat are fully equipped for 6 people, with two bedrooms which sleep 6 people with two bathrooms, kitchen with Microwave, lounge & dining room with very neat & spacious balcony with your own gasbraai while you overlook a wonderful sea view.
We pride ourselves on being one of the best family resorts on the Natal South Coast with endless facilities on site, which includes a beautiful area overlooking a golden, shark netted Blue Flag beach lapped by the warm Indian Ocean waters...
Superior self-catering holiday apartments situated on the Margate North Blue Flag - "Lucien Beach". Margate is recognized as a South African Holiday Paradise.
Joe and Maria Hide Out is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac road, with the beach just across the road. Enjoy spectacular 180 degree sea views, directly from your balcony. Dolphins and Whales are often seen in our beautiful ocean.
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.