About 227 Breakers Resort
227 Breakers Resort is a privately owned self-catering apartment situated in a secure resort in Umhlanga. The resort is bordered by the lagoon and tropical Hawaan Forest on one side, and a glorious expanse of native coastline on the other. Its tranquil setting offers the ultimate destination for those in search of sheer holiday relaxation. Umhlanga Rocks is a 20-minute drive from Durban and a 20-minute trip from King Shaka International Airport.
The two-bedroom air-conditioned apartment includes secure under cover parking for one vehicle. The main bedroom contains a queen-size bed and the second bedroom contains twin single beds, and there is also a sleeper couch that is suitable for children or young teenagers.
The bathroom contains a shower, basin and toilet, while the kitchenette is fully equipped for self-catering and includes a microwave, fridge, hob, stove, kettle, coffee-maker, toaster, cutlery and crockery. The lounge area contains a TV and the apartment is fully serviced from Monday to Saturday for guests' convenience.
Separate rates apply for school holidays. Details available on request. On Sundays and public holidays a cleaning service is available on request at an additional cost.
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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...
(4.8 km from Umhlanga Rocks)
Situated at the edge of Umhlanga Rocks is The Ponds, a haven for many wetland and coastal forest birds and one of the best bird watching sites on the coast. Keen bird watchers come here mostly to utilize the two hides.
(4.9 km from Umhlanga Rocks)
The Hawaan Forest is a stunning indigenous woodland that dates back to hundreds of years. This beautiful sanctuary is home to valuable tropical tree species and various birds and animals. Not far is Umhlanga Ponds, one of the best birding sites on...