About A1 Bay View
Arrive as guests and leave as friends. A1 offers you comfortable and affordable accommodation with all the modern facilities that you have come to expect. The beautiful town of Jeffreys Bay is situated on the popular Garden Route and is only 72 km from Port Elizabeth. A1 provides the setting for a comfortable and relaxing stay in J-Bay.
Jeffreys Bay is known for its endless summers, long white sandy beaches, and the azure blue sea. Famous for the surf and abundant shells, calamari and unique lifestyle, here you will find a place to relax. The town is the ideal base from which to explore all the tourist attractions that this coastline has to offer.
We are not on the beach, but we boast stunning views of the coastline, the Bay Lagoon and the mountains ranges. A warm welcome awaits you. Experience peace and tranquility in a relaxed atmosphere, away from the hustle and bustle of the main road.
The top floor of A1 Bay View sleeps four to six people; the Africa room sleeps a family of four, two rooms interleading just a curtain dividing the room and the Ocean room sleeps two in a double bed. On ground floor are two more rooms, Strandloper with two single beds en-suite and kitchenettes and Beachcomber with a queen-size bed, en-suite and kitchenettes which can be hired out to four couples travelling together or to different guests.
We are highly recommended by the AA and extra care is always taken to ensure the comfort of our guests. Sharon and Paul, who are passionate and extremely knowledgeable about this beautiful stretch of the Eastern Cape, will gladly arrange itineraries.
Beach: Within 500m of a Safe swimming or walking beach. Definitely a beach holiday for everybody. Tranquil away from the hustle and bustle of town centre .
Covid Safety Approved: To be compliant with the TBSCA business protocol for accommodating Essential Service clients we have to adhere to the following rules.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling