Intaka Guest House is located in King Williams Town. It is the ideal choice for a stop-over as it is halfway between Cape Town and Durban on the N2, en-route to the Garden Route, the Wild Coast, Shamwari Game Reserve and the Addo Elephant Park.
JayBay House is situated in the picturesque surfing town of Jeffreys Bay. All rooms and facilities are finished to a very high standard and house features panoramic sea views. JayBay House offers laundry
services, wireless internet and Satellite TV. More...
Kei Mouth Guest Lodge offers comfortable accommodation in the heart of the sea side village of Kei Mouth on the Wild Coast of South Africa. Come and stay for a while between your travels and soak up the
glorious splendour of the Wild Coast, its incredible nature and empty beaches. More...
Semi-luxury accommodation, rooms have antique furniture, and all amenities. Lodge built on spacious, park-like grounds in quiet suburb of Graaff Reinet. Charming series of seven tastefully decorated guest suites.
Apart from our child friendly chalets, complete with fireplace, the perfect ‘stoep’ for a ‘braai’ and out-stretched lawn, Kinmel is also a fully functional and active farm. Many a sheep bleating
away adds to the farm’s peaceful and refreshing atmosphere. Only topped by trout meandering in the farm’s crystal clear personal stretch of the Bell River, a mere 500m from the chalet, making Kinmel a fly fishing hotspot. More...
Beautiful, PRIVATE, 143 year old original 'braakdak' house furnished with top quality furniture, set in a 2000 m garden with ample roses, vegetables and fruit trees. The property has mountain and garden
views and is situated on the quiet side of the village. A secret delight for the discerning traveler. More...
Situated in a private section of the Addo Elephant Park, about 2 hours drive north of Port Elizabeth the lodge offers 24 chalets, a conference facilities, restaurant, pub, wine cellar, swimming pool, game drives and nightly cosmic safaris
1997 Conservation Farmer of the Year Award from the Grasslands Society of SA. Trout fishing,hiking trails,mountain bike trails, tubing,swimming,birding,4x4 vehicle & quadbike trails,wildflowers,self-cater
accommodation,horsetrails,greywing shooting. More...
Modern and trendy guesthouse nearby Addo Elephant National Park. Double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom with shower. Swimmingpool, sundeck, garden, shade, all in a lemon orchard setting. Great Rietberg
mountain views. Lounge with DSTV, music & dvd More...
Linkside Lodge is a popular destination for many business guests as they enjoy the tranquility of this leafy suburb, and more especially, they are a stone's throw from their clients and business associates in Greenacres/Newton Park.
Madiba Bay Guesthouse and Conference Centre are situated in the historic suburb of South-End, Port Elizabeth. Our highly trained and professional staff will welcome you to a home away from home, ensuring a memorable stay.
Maiden Head Country lodge offers luxurious large en-suite accommodation individually decorated bedrooms. Air-conditioning in some rooms and thatch roof rooms ensures night-time comfort for those summer and cold months in Queenstown.
Addo Elephant Park Main Camp is situated near Addo and close to the entrance gate, the Main Camp offers 61 accommodation units of various types, a variety of activities including game drives, pool, restaurant and shop.
Set at the foot of the Amathole Mountains, the three star Manderson Hotel and Conference Centre is a charming week-end retreat and outstanding conference destination. So much more than just a conference centre.
Mentor Guest House is idealy situated for visitors visiting Queenstown, be it pleasure or business.it has recently been tottally redecorated and refurbished. it offers 6 rooms each with an ensuite shower/bath.
Mount Camdeboo Private Game Reserve lies just to the east of Graaff-Reinet in the heart of the malaria free Eastern Cape's Great Karoo. Luxurious beyond expectation. Come and experience a personalised safari in a region that is steeped in history
The proclamation of the Mountain Zebra National Park in 1937 saved the Cape Mountain Zebra from extinction, and currently their population stands at 350. Situated about 25 km west of Cradock, the park is also home to various antelope species