About 14 Bronze Bay
14 Bronze Bay is based in Umhlanga Rocks, Lagoon Drive, near to the Umhlanga Sands Hotel.
This is a two bedroom, two bathroom unit. The third-floor unit has a large balcony with lovely sea views. There is an open-plan lounge, a dining area, and a kitchen with a fridge and freezer, a microwave, an oven, as well as crockery and cutlery. The unit is air conditioned and has DStv. Bed linen and bath towels are provided, however, beach towels are not.
Guests can explore the Umhlanga beaches or enjoy the suburb and surrounds, with attractions such as the Gateway Theatre of Shopping and the Beachwood Mangroves Nature Reserve.
Stay for 3 nights and only pay for 2 nights between 02 May 2018 and 22 Jun 2018.
- 3 night min stay (check-in between 02 May 2018 and 22 Jun 2018)
There is a refundable breakage deposit of R1000 that is to be paid directly to establishment prior to arrival.
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Things to do in and around Umhlanga Rocks
(0.7 km from Umhlanga Rocks)
Visit a lighthouse on the Sugar Coast that once caused an un-nautical stir – draped in a condom! The landlubber nonsense on Umhlanga's beach was all for a noble cause and brought a massive HIV-Aids awareness message on World Aids Day. The red and...
(3.5 km from Umhlanga Rocks)
Walk on the wild side in Umhlanga, Zulu for "place of the reeds", and named for the abundance of reeds on the banks of the Ohlange River. The Umhlanga Lagoon Nature Trail takes visitors on a fascinating discovery of the regions natural heritage...
(1 km from Umhlanga Rocks)
Ocean Blue Scuba is an authorized PADI Dive Centre based in Umhlanga Rocks. All levels of divers are catered for, whether it is on a reef, a wreck, and deep or shallow, boat or shore entry. Courses are available from Open Water Diver through to Dive...
(4 km from Umhlanga Rocks)
The Umhlanga Lagoon Nature Reserve borders the northern section of Umhlanga Rocks. It’s here that the beachfront O'Connor Promenade ends and where the Umhlanga Lagoon Nature Trail begins. This is a must do trail for keen walkers and nature lovers....