About Oyster Bay Beach Lodge
Oyster Bay Beach Lodge was constructed in 2004 from local pine wood and thatch to blend into the natural surroundings. The lodge is within casting distance from the ocean and has fantastic sea views from all the rooms, not to mention the fact it's only a short walk from a 6 km unspoilt golden beach.
The accommodation consists of four luxury double rooms, each with full en-suite bathrooms and stunning views of the ocean. Two units also feature a lovely private balcony. Each unit can sleep up to four guests in a queen-size or twin beds, complemented with a sleeper coach for an extra two. Room amenities include tea and coffee-making facilities, fans, heaters, bar fridges, DStv, and Wi-Fi Internet access.
The large dining room serves home-made dinners, with seafood as a speciality, and breakfast options include English, health, or fisherman's brunch. The Bar-nic-les Pub is a small, intimate, fully licensed public bar that serves ice-cold drinks and light meals to the thirsty and hungry, and boasts spectacular sea views - dolphins and whales are commonly spotted from the deck. The bar is equipped with a large LCD TV screen for special sporting events, and also features an outside barbecue area for outdoor catering, weather permitting.
Oyster Bay is well-known as an angler’s paradise and offers numerous nature walks along the beach or rocks. Bird watching can be very rewarding, and shore birds as well as forest-dwelling birds can be spotted. In the winter months, Southern Right whales are often spotted very close to shore, and Brydes or Mink whales are often spotted deeper out at sea. Killer and Humpback whales have also been spotted from the lodge. Dolphins are often seen playing in the waves directly in front of the lodge, along with the Cape clawless otters, Cape fur seals, and numerous shark species.
Kite surfing has become very popular at Oyster Bay due to the strong east and east winds blowing across the bay, while the large sand dunes have become popular with sand boarders. Day drives to Addo Elephant Park and the surrounding private game farms can be arranged, and the Brakkeduine 4x4 trail is only 12 km from the lodge.
Beach: Located within walking distance from the beach, with fantastic ocean views.
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Things to do in and around Oyster Bay
(2.5 km from Oyster Bay)
Take a guided walk at Oyster Bay along a private beach, through forest and across a wetland and river system with a knowledgeable guide. Along the dedicated trails you’ll be able to spot some of 160 different bird species.
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Pick a picnic spot and time anywhere on the reserve or private beach and one of our experienced guides on horseback will bring a delicious picnic to you. Please inform us about any allergies and if you would like to have any wine (not included)....
(2.3 km from Oyster Bay)
Another really fun activity to enjoy at Oyster Bay Lodge Sand-boarding: Feel the wind blow through your hair, while there is nothing but serene beauty surrounding you. We will show you the ropes at the lodge and you can go at your own pace with the...
(2.2 km from Oyster Bay)
Exploring the coastal reserve from horseback and have a canter or trot along a 3,5 km stretch of private beach next to the waves. Experienced guides lead the trails and some of the horses are suitable for novices or kids.