Scottburgh Accommodation

Scottburgh is a small holiday town 58 kilometres from Durban on KwaZulu Natal's South Coast. Its protected swimming beach and warm climate make it popular with locals and tourists alike. The wide variety of holiday accommodation in Scottburgh makes for a good base for exploring the South Coast.

Scottburgh is significant in that it was the first town to be laid south of Durban. It developed due to its popularity among British immigrants for its prime soils for growing sugar-cane and its good harbour for transporting that sugar-cane. Sugar-cane is still a major agricultural product in the region. One reason sugar-cane grows so well in Scottburgh is because it shares the subtropical climate common to KwaZulu Natal, with hot humid summers and warm dry winters.

Scottburgh also boasts the warm Indian Ocean, making Scottburgh the perfect beach-holiday destination.

Scottburgh's beach is particularly popular because of the protected bay, making it safe for swimming. Grassy banks lead down to the sandy beach, also contributing to its popularity. In season, the Scottburgh beach front is especially vibey - packed with young families, teenagers and members of Scottburgh's retired population. Also at the beach front are a tidal pool and paddling pool, a super tube complex and a miniature railway.

Being positioned on KwaZulu Natal's South Coast means that Scottburgh offers divers some of the best diving in the world. Aliwal Shoal just off shore is rated one of the ten dive sites in the world and the annual sardine run (which is visible from the shore at Scottburgh) also attracts large numbers of divers who come to witness the phenomenon.

Scottburgh also makes the 'top rated' list for surf spots, with loads of international surfers riding the waves in the June-August season.

Those not into surfing and diving will not be left in wont of things to do in Scottburgh either. The Green Point Lighthouse is a national monument and just outside of town the TC Robertson's Nature Reserve is home to over 200 species of water birds as well as numerous other birds and small mammals. The reserve has a self-guided nature walk and lovely braai and picnic facilities too.

Scottburgh is a great destination for family holidays with activities to keep everyone happy.

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From R210 pps


Seven Self Catering Cottages set in a beautiful secure landscaped garden. Sleeping a total of 28 people. Each unit has its own private entertainment area with built in braai and there is a large spark... More Info

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From R490* unit


Dunn's Haven is situated in Scottburgh Central, on the Hibiscus Coast of KwaZulu Natal - a mere 58km south of Durban. These beautifully designed, self-catering flatlets are within short walking distan... More Info

From R550 pps


This magnificent lodge, with the highest quality of finishes, is situated approximately 60km away from Durban in the South Coast town of Scottburgh. The lodge offers a country like retreat with the co... More Info

From R225 pps


We have 5 beautifully decorated bedrooms, sleeping up to 13 people. Each bedroom has a dedicated bathroom. We also have two self-catering cottages sleeping 2 and 3 people. We are approximately 3 bl... More Info

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From R375 pps


Spacious guest bedrooms have sliding doors leading onto balconies with beautiful seaviews . Airconditioners, luxurious en-suite bathrooms, with Jacuzzi Spa bath and rain shower, as well as satellite T... More Info

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From R620 pps


Perched atop a green hill in the welcoming town of Scottburgh, with breath-taking views of the Indian Ocean - the Blue Marlin Hotel has become a favoured family holiday destination. A mere forty mi... More Info

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From R1750* unit


Situated in Selborne Park Golf Estate on the south coast of KwaZulu-Natal, this beautiful 3 bedroom villa home, surrounded by lush indigenous vegetation, offers guests a feeling of luxury and tranquil... More Info

From R1650* unit


Sea Glass is a welcoming self-catering guest house, built specifically for family holidays. The house has an expansive atmosphere with high ceilings, spacious rooms and wide open balconies. A spectacu... More Info

From R1035* unit


Sole's Leap is situated in an estate along the stunning coastal resort town of Scottburgh, mere meters from the beach. The quaint cottage, which accommodates up to six guests, features an open-plan fu... More Info

From R1800* unit


Evergreen is situated in the charming seaside town of Scottburgh, along the picturesque South Coast. The modern double-storey house comprises of three bedrooms and three bathrooms with beautiful s... More Info

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Scottburgh Reviews

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Love this little town!
- Megan Lalk

Scottburgh
Love Scottburgh, stunning beach and lovely restaurants.
- Madeleine Massyn

Scottburgh
Excellent location for a holiday
- Mohamm Asruff

Scottburgh
It is a clean, friendly and quiet environment. We will hopefully be returning to Scottburgh as most of the places are centrally located and you feel safe there.
- Stephanie Viviers

Scottburgh
Small town with enough big town shops to shop at
- Rudy Kuipers