Hotels

Morgan Bay Hotel

Enjoy all that the magnificent Wild Coast has to offer here at the family friendly Morgan Bay Hotel. Nestled between a mile of unspoilt beach and breath taking cliffs, you will be spoilt for choice on ways to spend your day. Our establishment boasts not only comfortable and relaxing accommodation, but also a wedding and conference venue, beauty spa, beach boutique and a ala carte restaurant and pub.

Situated just 45 minutes from East London, our establishment sits right on the beach and offers a choice of 34 tastefully decorated rooms - Deluxe, Sea View, Partial Sea View and Non Sea View rooms with en-suite bathroom facilities, ceiling fans, DSTV and kettles. We are also able to offer family inter-leading rooms and cots on request.

DSTV channels include: M-Net, M-Net Movies Premier, M-Net Movies Comedy, SuperSport 1, SuperSport 2, Discovery Channel, Disney Junior and Sky News. WiFi internet is available in communal areas and in some rooms.

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’.

 

Prana Lodge

Reservations and enquiries: 043 704 5100 email: info@pranaLodge.co.za website: www.pranalodge.co.za

Experience a 5 star Luxury Boutique Hotel and Spa on a 21km unspoilt stretch of beach

  • 7 luxury executive suites each with a private garden and plunge pool
  • Located on a 17 acre private beach estate within an  indigenous dune forest with direct beach access
  • Exclusive gourmet dining with world class wines
  • Authentic Thai Spa and Wellness Centre including treatments, Yoga and meditation
  • Central infinity pool and lounge/bar area
  • Activities include surfing, hiking, horse riding, tennis, golf, fishing and bird watching.

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Mbotyi River Lodge


Website: www.mbotyi.co.za

Tel: +27 (0)82 674 1064
Satellite: +27 (0)39 253-7200
Satellite: +27 (0)39 253-7201
Satellite Fax: +27 (0)39 253-7202
E-mail: info@mbotyi.co.za

Situated at the mouth of the Mbotyi River and tidal estuary is Mbotyi River Lodge. Nestled between the rolling hills, lush tropical forest and the warm Indian Ocean, it is the perfect venue for anyone looking for a peaceful and tranquil holiday or for the adventurer wanting to explore the many beautiful and wild treasures this coast has to offer. The upmarket rooms in the lodge consist of en-suite double and twin bedrooms in either wooden cabins or thatch bungalows.

Kob Inn Beach Resort


Kob Inn Beach Resort
Qora Mouth
Wild Coast, Eastern Cape

Tel: 047 4990011/2/3
Fax: 047 4990016Ask
Email: info@kobinn.co.za
Web: www.kobinn.co.za

The setting is right on the sea front with the furthest accomodation a maximum distance of 100m from the sea. Rooms are spacious and comfortable with either double or family sized layouts, each with en-suite bathroom.

The hotel is surrounded by sheltered beaches and excellent rock, surf and river fishing, with boating, canoeing, hiking trails and mountain or quad biking.

Good food is synonymous with Kob Inn, with fresh fish and seafood a regular feature on the table menu.

Saturday nights are renowned for seafood banquets with a mini seafood dinner on Wednesday nights. The bar is situated on the edge of the rocks and offers panoramic views of the sea. They also cater for small weddings, anniversaries, special birthdays, event celebrations and conferences.

Crawford's Beach Lodge

High dunes, unspoilt beaches, all the advantages of the Wild Coast in an exclusive setting, only 40 km from East London Crawford’s Cabins is set in the lush dune forests, on the beautiful
Chintsa Bay Beach, Wild Coast
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We offer elegant Guest House accommodation or Self-Catering cottages, and a well equipped conference centre. Our trade mark is personal service and fine country fare, in an atmosphere of intimate peace and tranquility. Each cottage has an individual balcony from which to greet the day, and is surrounded by an abundance of wild life and nature. Breakfast is served overlooking the shimmering Indian Ocean, and where evening barbeques are the norm for those wanting to take in the evening hue. Sun-drenched days are spent swimming in a turquoise sea, or strolling the golden beaches. The conference package includes all meals, accommodation and morning and afternoon teas The Sea at your door, the Beach at your feet!

Wavecrest Hotel

Contact

  • Web: www.wavecrest.co.za
  • Email: wavecrest@pixie.co.za

    Wavecrest has delightful, comfortable and functional, island style bungalows which make you feel that life at Wavecrest is all about coming home barefoot from the beach. The relaxed atmosphere here is attributed to the stunning views of the sea and estuary, complimented by the manicured lawns and blooming gardens. All the family suites and double rooms have en-suites with piping hot water on tap.

  • Umngazi River Bungalows

  • Email: enquiries@umngazi.co.za or reservations@umngazi.co.za
  • Tel: 047-5641115/6/8/9
  • Web: www.umngazi.co.za

    Perched on the panoramic hillside of the Umngazi River mouth, overlooking the scenic splendour of the Wild Coast.

    Bungalows are nestled amongst the kaleidoscopic fauna and flora that only the heart of Pondoland can offer.

    Guests have a choice from 5 categories of bungalows, all of which are individually furnished & tastefully decorated.

  • Mazeppa Bay Hotel

    [img_assist|nid=453|title=|desc=|link=url|url=http://mazeppabay.co.za|align=left|width=383|height=72]Nestled in a beautiful setting of palms and tropical plants, above the broad beach, Mazeppa Bay is characterized by its own Island. Depending on the tide, this is sometimes only accessible by a quaint suspension bridge, which joins the Island to the main beach.

    Mazeppa derives its name from the ship, the Mazeppa. The ship was captained by a CJ Cato, on its way to Delagoa Bay from Port Natal in 1842. The Mazeppa was in search of a British man-of war to rescue the Garrison, which had been besieged by the Boers. The captain steered the ship into what is now known as Mazeppa Bay for shelter and ran aground. Legend has it that its ruins are buried under the sand dunes at Mazeppa Bay.
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