Jikeleza Wild Coast » Morgan Bay

Turn Inn

turninn.morganbay [at] gmail.com

Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac overlooking the Incarha lagoon, Turn-Inn offers you privacy, comfort and relaxation. In addition to our large fully-fenced garden, guests have the use of paddle skis, canoes and children's play area.

There is abundant bird life in the garden and on the lagoon, waking up most mornings to the call of the African Fish Eagle. A private path along the edge of the lagoon leads to the sea approx. 400 metres away.

Accommodation includes a large upstairs lounge / dining room and well-appointed kitchen, leading onto two undercover patios with breathtaking views. Turn Inn can sleep 20 people - A great venue for a family reunion.

Our units include:

  • Fridge, microwave and a 2 plate stove with oven
  • Braai facility
  • Tea & Coffee making facilities
  • Hair dryer
  • DSTV & combination safe
  • Direct access to the lagoon, with its abundant bird life
  • All patios have access to the garden and lagoon
  • Wireless Internet

2 x Luxury Double Units (2 adults): 
Bed & Breakfast: R1000 per night 
Self Catering: R900 per night

1 x Family Unit (2 adults + 4 children): 
Bed & Breakfast: R900 per night + R200 per child 
Self Catering: R800 per night + R200 per child

Main House (4 adults + 6 children): 
Self Catering: R2500 per night (out of season) 
Self Catering: R3800 per night (in of season)


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Secure parking, TV Lounge
Rental units available: 
10 Adults & children accommodated
En-suite bedrooms: 
7 total bathrooms / toilets
Things To Do: 
Bird watching, Bowling (green, not 9-pin), Canoeing, Cultural excursion, Fishing, Game drives, Golf, Hiking, Horse riding, Mountain biking, Nature walks, Surfing, Swimming
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Good to Know: 

There are so many things to keep you entertained in Morgan Bay! We have an unspoilt mile-long beach, majestic cliffs criss-crossed by hiking and mountain bike trails, beach sports, fishing spots, horse riding, rock climbing and abseiling. Within a 15km radius you can enjoy a game reserve, a golf course, township tours and a tranquil coastal nature reserve, where you can hunt for Ming dynasty porcelain, Money Cowries and Carnelian Beads from a 16th century Portuguese shipwreck.

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