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About Kwabiela

Kwabiela is located in Lawrence Rocks, Margate. The area is set along KwaZulu-Natal’s coast and is a popular summer holiday destination.

This self-catering unit offers accommodation in two bedrooms. The main bedroom has a double bed, while the second bedroom has bunk beds and a sleeper couch. There is one bathroom with a shower; guests would need to bring their own towels. The spacious kitchen is fitted with a stove and oven, a fridge, a microwave and all the necessary appliances. A comfortable lounge is fitted with a Tv with DStv and leads out to a patio area.

The patio has outdoor seating and there are braai facilities. Safe secure parking is available on-site. Guests are welcome to enjoy the communal swimming pool or enjoy the beach that is only three kilometres away.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 296 hours
  • Minimum stay: 4 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 2 Reviews


  • Wheelchair Enabled
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Parking on Premises

Availability and pricing

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  • Unit 2 Sleeps 6 Includes: Self-catering This unit has two bedrooms, a bathroom, a lounge and a fully equipped kitchen. Features:  Double beds, DStv, Private bathroom, Shower only, Sea views, Self-catering see more Double beds, DStv, Private bathroom, Shower only, Sea views, Self-catering, Bunk beds, Sleeper couch, Fan, Television, Safe, No Smoking in Rooms, Garden views
    from R900 Room rate
    • Adults

      Reviews for Kwabiela

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      Morne Herselman
      02 January 2018

      Cleanliness can be imported, the smell of dampness and something like cat urine was so strong on arrival, all the bedding smelled like it, making it hard to sleep. The place was not really clean on arrival. At booking specs it shows dstv available, which was not the case. Received mail to bring own decoder, which I did, but no dstv signal from dish installed. When queried was told to phone dstv myself. Leaking water in kitchen, constantly needed to mop floor dry.. Asked for it to be attended to with feedback that they can only assist in new year. Really.... Booked 10 days, ended up leaving...
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      Neil Dietrechsen, South Africa
      12 January 2017

      really nice place to stay,secure and not far to walk to get to the beach.really enjoyed my stay will come back soon.

      Kwabiela Map

      Kwabiela is 2.4km from the centre of Margate , the nearest airport 2.6km (Margate Airport).
      *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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