Hole in the Wall

Resorts and activites in Hole in the Wall

Kamnandi Cottages - Hole in the Wall

Kamnandi Cottages are situated on the south corner of Kelly Beach, with wonderful views and a private and secure garden. There are 2 units available.

7 sleeper family Cottage:
3 bedrooms (2 with 'twin' beds, 1 with a single & a double-bunk)
2 x WC (bathroom has toilet and shower)
Open plan kitchen / dining area / lounge
Large bamboo deck / entertainment area 
Television (bring your own decoder and cables),
Braai facilities (bring own charcoal)
RATE: R1300 / R1600 (in season) per night *

Hole in the Wall Hotel

Hole-in-the-Wall Hotel & Backpackers

'Surrounded by miles of unspoiled coastline Hole in the Wall Hotel and Holiday Village offers some of the most beautiful scenery in South Africa. It is set in a secluded, tropical bay in the heart of the Wild Coast - the perfect setting for those wanting to ‘get away from it all’.

 

Umthombe Guest Lodge

Contact Orby on 073-1615867 Email: umthombe@gmail.com Umthombe is a beautiful, ocean-front lodge very close to the beaches, hotel and shop; and an enjoyable 10 minute walk from the Hole in the Wall. Umthombe has everything you need, plus stunning panoramic views. Animals and children welcome [click on a photo for higher res...]
FACILITIES
  • Secure premises
  • Total capacity: 7+
  • 3 Bedrooms (1 en-suite): 2 with double-beds, 1 with 2 single-beds
  • Baby facilities (cots, prams, washtub, etc.)
  • 2 x Bathrooms
  • 3 x Toilets
  • 2 x Lounges
  • TV Room
  • Dining room
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • 2 x covered Patios (front & back)
  • Braai facilities
  • Bar & entertainment area
  • Close to Hole in the Wall Hotel
  • 10 km from Coffee Bay Rates available on request. Please contact Orby, preferably by phone, or email your telephone contact details and Orby will phone you back.

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  • History and folklore of Hole in the Wall

    Photo (c) Neels BotmaHole-in-the-Wall is one of the most impressive landmarks along the entire South African coastine. Second only to Table Mountain, most likely, though only a fraction of the size. Standing at the mouth of the Mpako River, the cliff consists of dark-blue shales, mudstones and sandstones of the Ecca Group, dating back some 260 million years. These rocks were subsequently intruded by a dolerite sheet, and the ‘hole’ was created over millions of years by the buffeting waves, which eroded away the softer rocks underneath the dolerite to form an arch. The same process also eventually separated the cliff from the mainland.

    Coffee Bay / Hole in the Wall Map

    Source: www.themaps.co.za The beautiful, fully detailed, waterproof map that this inset is taken from is widely available from bookshops and sports stores in most major centers, and Wild Coast Holiday Association resorts. The retail price is around R75 (± $10). Retail and trade enquiries for the Eastern Cape and KZN: phone Gavin Stewart at 083 708 2719... or email morstew@iafrica.com.