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Hole in the Wall Hotel

Hole-in-the-Wall Hotel & Holiday Resort

Surrounded by miles of unspoiled coastline Hole in the Wall Hotel and Holiday Village offers some of the most beautiful scenery in South Africa.

Situated in a secluded sub-tropical bay in the heart of the Wild Coast, Hole in the Wall resort provides the perfect base for those wanting to get away from the stresses of modern day city life.

The remoteness of Hole in the Wall resort lends itself to excellent bird watching, nature walks, hiking trails as well as being an ideal spot for fishing.

The beach is directly in front of the resort and has a lovely natural bay.

This secluded location makes it the perfect destination for a relaxing holiday and the ideal base from which to explore the pristine Transkei coast.

The 28 spacious self-catering chalets at Hole in the Wall are dotted amongst rambling gardens on a cliff top overlooking the ocean.

Each chalet contains from one to three private bedrooms, a living room and kitchenette.

The private braai areas are perfect for al fresco dining under clear wild coast skies.

The restaurant at Hole in the Wall offers an à la carte menu and there are two bars. The resort features an outdoor swimming pool, a children’s playground and BBQ facilities.

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Activities
Things To Do: 
Diving, Fishing, Hiking, Snooker / Pool / Billiards, Surfing, Swimming, View drives
Facilities
Facilities: 
Bar, Conference Center, Fax / Print / Scan / Copy, No pets allowed, Pool area, Restaurant on site, Secure parking, Shop, TV Lounge, WiFi
Services
Services: 
Daily domestic service, Laundry, Shop
Useful Info
Good to Know: 
Pro Tips

Do NOT use the directions on Google Maps, as that route has not been maintained since 2012 and the section just before they say "Sharp right" is impassable for small vehicles and trailers. Rather proceed to, and through, Coffee Bay to Hole in the Wall, or turn-off the tar road at Ngcwanguba.

Security:

Hole in the Wall is very safe. Probably the safest village on the Wild Coast, as there are security patrols active day and night.

Unfortunately, unemployment is a major problem. So please do not be put off by youths who will want to "guide" you to the Hole in the Wall. Simply, and firmly, say "No thank you".

The youths will also crowd around your vehicle at the parking site - clamouring to "guard your car". It is advisable to select one at random and offer to pay R5 per hour.