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Seacastle Guesthouse

1 Review
Sleeps 21 in 7 rooms

Guesthouse situated on the beach. Six spacious bedrooms can sleep up to 17 people. Sea castle rises amongst huge milk wood trees and is a...
Guesthouse situated on the beach. Six spacious bedrooms can sleep up to 17 people. Sea castle rises amongst huge milk wood trees and is a hop, skip and jump from the shoreline, a nature lover's paradise. The lounge/dining room area is open plan and opens onto a tiled entertainment area, a sparkling blue pool and lush lawn. PSJ community is rich in outdoor entertainment, be it a canoe trip down the river or a session on horseback. For the avid and social golfer, the local course will provide hours of enjoyment in a serene and magnificent setting. For adrenalin junkies, there's a range of sports including hang-gliding and Para gliding. The natural beauty begs to be explored and many trails and hikes avail themselves to the area.

Please note we only take bookings for groups of eight or more people.
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    Accommodation near Port St Johns

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    N'taba River Lodge

    from R1500
    N'taba River Lodge is a comfortable and attractive establishment with a relaxing and laid-back...
    N'taba River Lodge is a comfortable and attractive establishment with a relaxing and laid-back atmosphere. African & Ethnic designs are used to create a warm and inviting ambiance. Cottage styled Thatched Bungalows offer comfort and privacy. Enjoy Stunning Views from your own private sundeck.
    from R1500
    Sleeps 36 in 14 rooms

    4.35km from Port St Johns

    7 Reviews

    Sips B&B is situated in the serene landscapes of Pondoland. With pristine beaches, beautiful...
    Sips B&B is situated in the serene landscapes of Pondoland. With pristine beaches, beautiful indigenous forests and wide open spaces, this is the perfect getaway from all the bustles of city life! Sips offers a comfortable stay in Lusikisiki, while giving you an authentic African experience! Come experience Pondoland with us!
    from R580
    Sleeps 78 in 32 rooms

    30.27km from Port St Johns

    4 Reviews

    Situated in the protected Lambazi Bay Port Grosvenor on the remote and spectacular Wild Coast, this...
    Situated in the protected Lambazi Bay Port Grosvenor on the remote and spectacular Wild Coast, this Lodge offers the ultimate in beach getaways. Built within a Drifters concession that stretches from Port St Johns in the south to Mkambati nature reserve in the north.
    from R1800
    Sleeps 24 in 6 rooms

    49.77km from Port St Johns

    2 Reviews

    Mbotyi River Lodge

    from R1350
    Mbotyi River Lodge is located on the legendary Wild Coast in Pondoland. This breathtakingly...
    Mbotyi River Lodge is located on the legendary Wild Coast in Pondoland. This breathtakingly beautiful area has many natural wonders and fascinating, warm, friendly people.
    from R1350
    Sleeps 14 in 5 rooms

    28.58km from Port St Johns

    5 Reviews

    Freedom O' Clock

    from R260
    Set in the heart of Pondoland at the mouth of the insanely beautiful Mdumbi River, Freedom O'clock...
    Set in the heart of Pondoland at the mouth of the insanely beautiful Mdumbi River, Freedom O'clock offers comfortable accommodation with commanding views of the ocean, river, mountains, and Tshani point with its perfect right-hand wave and beach breaks.
    from R260
    Sleeps 26 in 6 rooms

    48.47km from Port St Johns

    7 Reviews

    Cosy Posy

    from R1100
    Zama and Prince Mancotywa welcome you to the peaceful Cosy Posy guest house which is based at the...
    Zama and Prince Mancotywa welcome you to the peaceful Cosy Posy guest house which is based at the heart of the Eastern Cape in Lusikisiki, within the Wild Coast region.
    from R1100
    Sleeps 24 in 12 rooms

    30.07km from Port St Johns

    1 Review

    Sharks Point offers rustic self-catering accommodation in an unspoilt paradise off the beaten...
    Sharks Point offers rustic self-catering accommodation in an unspoilt paradise off the beaten track. If that is what you are looking for then you have come to the right place. The Wild Coast coastline offers some of the most spectacular scenic destinations on the South African coastline, and Sharks Point is located in the section of the Wild Coast that was previously known as the Transkei.
    from R300
    Sleeps 38 in 7 rooms

    25.75km from Port St Johns

    1 Review

    from R500
    Sleeps 10 in 2 rooms

    45.82km from Port St Johns

    3 Reviews

    Swell Eco Lodge

    from R600
    Swell Eco Lodge offers comfortable self-catering accommodation situated next in Mdumbi, an...
    Swell Eco Lodge offers comfortable self-catering accommodation situated next in Mdumbi, an untouched rural community on the Wild Coast. This is the ideal place for families or groups of friends looking for a relaxed holiday.
    from R600
    Sleeps 38 in 9 rooms

    48.23km from Port St Johns

    1 Review

    Neighbouring the Mthakatye River and the warm waters of the Eastern Cape beaches, Mtakatyi Trading...
    Neighbouring the Mthakatye River and the warm waters of the Eastern Cape beaches, Mtakatyi Trading Post offers nature-loving groups the ideal holiday away from the noise of the city.
    from R1700
    Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

    40.08km from Port St Johns

    1 Review

    Port St Johns South Africa

    Port St Johns Family Accommodation
    Port St Johns is a small coastal town in South Africa known as the Jewel of the Wild Coast, offering true warmth and hospitality. The Wild Coast is a 250 kilometer stretch of coast, gaining its name by its inaccessibility and reputation for ship-crushing waves. Today the Wild Coast still remains relatively untouched, offering rich rustic experiences and adventures.

    The Wild Coast is the coastal area of the easterly Transkei region of the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. It perches alongside the massive Umzimvubu River which has carved its way through the ancient rocks leaving two 300 metre ramparts towering on either side.

    Port St Johns also offers a unique blend of cultural richness. The Xhosa culture, both traditional and modern, is always apparent. You can see a sangoma (traditional healer) strolling along in all his finery, hear the thumping sound of modern kwaito music from a furniture store, and dodge the ever-present mini-bus taxies. This vibrant noise and colour is contrasted with some crumbling reminders of a colonial history. In the streets you will hear Xhosa, Afrikaans and English as well as foreign languages from the steady stream of tourists seeking the unusual.

    Dense bush encroaches into the town at any opportunity and a short walk will take you into silent forests. The sea is always close, crashing onto the rocky shores which guard the secluded beaches. Bask on the unspoiled beaches or take part in one of the many eco-friendly adventure trails on offer. Port St Johns offers comfortable and authentic South African accommodation and some unique activities.

    Poenskop Beach to the north of Port St Johns is one of the most isolated. A few huts will be passed en route, but there is nothing except Africa out here. Fishing out of the rocks on the south side of the river produces good catches of Garrick and Kob in season.

    Eagles nest is the cliff that overlooks the town. A brisk walk will take you to its summit in about an hour. The Cape Herms Lighthouse is the property of Spoornet, and celebrated its 100th birthday in 2005.

    Silaka Game Reserve is about 6 km out of town where you can take a walk or game drive for beautiful game viewing and bird watching.

    First Beach is the fishing beach just at the river mouth. It has big rocks where people can climb on top when they are fishing. It is where the lighthouse is located.

    Dolphin and whales can be seen all year round, but are best seen during the months of June and July during the annual sardine run. Dolphins can be spotted all year round. Often playing in the surf at Second Beach. Porpoise and Bottle Nose dolphin are a common sight. Rare sightings of the more uncommon species such as Heavy side dolphin and Risso's dolphin happen out at sea, during the Sardine Run.

    Umngazi River Valley - The common belief is that Umngazi (Mngazi) means "Blood" but linguists believe that it refers to thorn trees in the valley, "Umga". This river also opens to the sea through a wide lagoon. It is popular with fisherman and water sports enthusiasts, and also superb for bird watching.
    Port St Johns is a small coastal town in South Africa known as the Jewel of the Wild Coast, offering true warmth and hospitality. The Wild Coast is a 250 kilometer stretch of coast, gaining its name by its inaccessibility and reputation for... Read more
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