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Kamnandi Cottages

Kamnandi Cottages are beautiful beach-front self catering cottages situated in Hole in the Wall, with wonderful views and a private and secure garden. Right on the beach and just a delightful 20 minute stroll from "The Hole". There are 2 cottages available.

7 sleeper Self Catering Beach Cottages:      (More pics...)

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
2 Large decks / entertainment areas 
Flat Screen Television & satellite dish. (Bring your own decoder),
Braai facilities
RATE: R1800 (low season). R2400 (peak season) per night * (+27 76 411 7618)

6 - 7 Sleeper Self Catering - Whitehouse:       (More pics...)

(Ideal for 2 couples, or small family)
1 ensuite bedroom with 'twin' bed  with shower & bath 
1 outside bungalow ensuite  ('twin' beds, plus 2 window alcove beds)
Open plan Lounge / Dining room
Large entertainment deck (right on the beach!)
Braai facilities (bring own charcoal)
Kitchen, Dining area and open plan lounge

RATE: R1600 (low season). R2200 (peak season) per night *

* 2018 Rate, including daily cleaning / service charge. 

 

Please check our availability on the calendar below:

 

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Activities
Things To Do: 
Diving, Fishing, Hiking, Surfing, Swimming, View drives
Facilities
Facilities: 
DSTV (bring your own decoder), No credit cards, Pet Friendly - by arrangement, TV Lounge
Rental units available: 
2
Capacity: 
14 adults accommodated
Bedrooms: 
5
En-suite bedrooms: 
2
Bathrooms: 
4 total bathrooms / toilets
Services
Services: 
Daily domestic service
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.