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Port St Johns Farmhouse offers long term and holiday serviced self catering accommodation.
Close to Mthatha, Lusikisiki and other Wild Coast towns it is an ideal home base for long term accommodation... More Info
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Sleep and Dream is an architectural masterpiece. The building is accentuated by large, angular skylights which filter pristine light into the entrance and dining room area. The first and lasting impre... More Info
This bed and breakfast offers ten well-appointed en-suite bedrooms and is set in a peaceful garden with swimming pool.
All rooms feature flat screen tvs, DStv, dvd players, fans, fridges, microwa... More Info
We offer two luxury suites, one with king size bed or two single beds, the other with a double bed. Ceiling fans for summer.Electric blankets for winter. B & B DSTV bouquet. Bar fridge and microwave, ... More Info
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Situated on the mighty Umzimvubu River, PORT ST. JOHN'S RIVER LODGE, provides luxury accommodation, personal attention and excellent cuisine.
Explore the pristine beaches, estuaries, forests and ... More Info
Enjoy all that the magnificent Wild Coast has to offer here at the family friendly Morgan Bay Hotel. Nestled between a mile of unspoilt beach and breath taking cliffs, you will be spoilt for choice on... More Info
Big Five Guest House is the perfect accommodation for business travellers and family looking for a getaway, as we are centrally situated close to the airport, restaurants and shops. We offer a freshly... More Info
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Carlton House takes pleasure in hosting your sea view B&B Pondoland vacation, conference or self-catering holiday in Port St Johns, Eastern Cape, South Africa. We also arrange adventure activities suc... More Info
This opulent, owner designed guest house with custom created furniture will make you feel what it's like to live the crystal life. Staying at Lodge Bellagio is all about surrounding yourself with lux... More Info
We offer affordable accommodation in homely and tranquil surrounds. Quality service with optional home-cooked meals.
Centrally located in Fortgale, we are within five minutes from the CBD, hospital... More Info
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Wild Coast Reviews
Port St. Johns
A very nice town and Steve's restaurant is very good.
- Annette Koorts
Small, nice and friendly town
- Stephanie Sagerer
Coffee Bay is an awesome place to visit. Very chilled and low key. Loved the "untouched" vibe and the mingling with locals.
Nice hike to "Hole in the wall" too. Definitely will go again :)
- nikki coetzee
Port St. Johns
Port St Johns is a breathtaking area. A place to have on your bucket list. It is a nature lover's paradise with the lush forest, the flowing river and the magnificent wild life. The nearby "Hole-in-the-Wall" was a life long dream fulfilled. The town however could benefit by better maintenance especially if you try to find your way to the center of town through the potholes. With the support and co-operation of all the inhabitants of Port St John, it can be the next "Town of the Year" in South Africa. It can definitely be a tourist mecca and the most visited tourist attraction in the world
- Hendrik Koekemoer
We were not in Coffee Bay for very long. For an over-night stop it was a bit far off the beaten track, but I'm sure the fisherman love it. It was an experience for us and we saw whales...............not all bad!!
- Bronwen de Klerk