Wild Coast Hotels
The Eastern Cape Wild Coast, a mystical, magical place where awesome sights, ancient cultures, and traditions are intricately woven into a colourful tapestry of traditional life. A place where time is... More Info
The Mazeppa Bay and Point is the setting for the Mazeppa Bay Hotel creating a wonderful ambiance of hospitality, where guests can enjoy home away from home comforts and wholesome home cooked meals. Wi... 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
Discover the magic of the Wild Coast. Discover indigenous forests and the rugged Coastline. Discover breathtaking scenery, crystal blue waters and idyllic beaches. Discover a sanctuary with a unique h... More Info
The scenic splendour of the rugged Wild Coast makes Trennerys Hotel the perfect destination for the wild at heart - a place that abounds with the peace and tranquillity of paradise. Situated at Qolora... More Info
We offer 101 luxury air-conditioned rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Two of our rooms are executive suites. Our rooms are serviced daily, and feature either a double bed or two single beds, tea and coff... More Info
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The Haven Hotel is a family and adventure destination located within the Cwebe/Dwesa Nature Reserves on the Transkei Wild Coast of South Africa.
Blessed with sea, sun and endless things to see and ... More Info
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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
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8 spacious bedrooms can sleep up to 18 people. 3 x of these bedrooms are en-suite and 5 x are serviced by 4 x separate beautiful bathrooms.
Flanked by 3 x bedrooms, the wooden tarred sun deck stret... More Info
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Wild Coast Reviews
It was my very first time but I found it very interesting with more friendly faces, I will definitely come back.
- Sthembile Nene
A small little town, offering a few eateries/coffee shacks. A trip to 'The Hole in the Wall' is a definite must!
- Cathryn Davies
I can happily recommend Mazeppa Bay. We so enjoyed walking along the beaches and grassed hills. We got some wonderful sunrise photos to help us remember this trip.
- Kathryn Kloppers
Will be back soon...
- Gavin Schafer
Coffee Bay is very rural and remote making it a very special and exclusive place to visit. The environment is unique as nature lovers are spoiled with the variety of bird species and other wild life to be seen here. One of my hobbies is photography and there was plenty of opportunities to take photographs. We visited Coffee bay after a rainy period which made the short gravel road to Hole-in-the-Wall all the more adventurous. The Hole-in-the-Wall scene was as beautiful as I expected and I could tick off this "item" on my bucket list but I cannot exclude the possibility to put a visit to the area back on my bucket list as there are other unique things to do, for instance to look for the red mud crap. From Coffee Bay we visited the M'Bashe lighthouse and en-route we saw four Xhosa boys dressed in colourful blankets, rubbed with red mud and armed with kieries presumably busy with their initiation rituals. The greater Coffee Bay area is indeed as beautiful as the write-ups, true African but not as wild as the name Wild Coast suggests (maybe because we are Africans).
- Barend Deminey