2 adults 2 children
Great for small families
Our rates are based on per person per night sharing and include breakfast.
Our chefs Nomsa, Jabu and Bonita are experts in serving exceptional breakfasts for the family to enjoy.
We prepare each breakfast individually and have a daily set menu, as well as a buffet spread for you to help yourselves, and if you require anything specific, just let us know, we will cater for you where we can.
In fact, being a family ourselves, catering for the family is our speciality and we have great meals for the young ones to enjoy.
All of our rooms, including the house and dining area, have their own air conditioning and a fan both of which are definitely needed for the long summer days here in our own tropical paradise. As such, a fridge in the room is an absolute must, even if it is just for the after sun cream! There is also a complimentary hospitality tray to get you out of bed and also the toiletries for you to freshen up after a long day at the beach.
We have towels and umbrellas for you to take with you to the beach and we will even arrange a picnic lunch to take with you. By the time you get back from your days excursions your room will have been cleaned as we offer a full daily service, so you can feel free to sit back and enjoy the fully stocked private honesty bar by the swimming pool, or watch something on our strong, fast, reliable internet connection, or even just sit back and enjoy the birdlife.
The property has secured parking, each cottage has a safe and access to the property is controlled by a gate, of which each room has its own remote.
The swimming pool is a must for the family if you feel like just hanging around the house. The pool is set at the back at the house and we also have a protected trampoline for the kids to enjoy too. There is a large braai area overlooking the pool and here the parents can relax while the children go wild in the tropical gardens.
The village of St Lucia has plenty of shops, a selection of restaurants and pubs, petrol stations, fishing tackle shops, a variety of curio shops and craft sellers, a popular fruit and craft market, the bank, as well as the post office, all conveniently situated on Mckenzie Street, a short walk away from us. Just watch out for the hippos at night!
The beach is a few minutes’ drive away, as is the entrance to the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa’s first UNESCO World Heritage site, declared in 1999, where you will be able to see a variety of wildlife, including black and white rhino, leopard, hippos, buffalo, zebra and many different species of antelope.
As the estuarine system contains the largest amount of crocodiles and hippos in South Africa, there is also the Croc centre at the entrance to the park, a great stop off for the children, where you can learn more about these ancient animals.
55 Hornbill Street
Tel.: +27 (0)35 590 1298
Cell: +27 (0)84 398 0940