About Marina Martinique Bed & Breakfast
Situated on an island within Marina Martinique, Marina Martinique Bed and Breakfast offers five fully serviced, luxurious and spacious, en-suite bedrooms. Each room has its own private balcony with excellent views over the canals and the marina. Marina Martinique Bed and Breakfast has a Three Star grading from The Tourism Grading Council of South Africa and is Highly Recommended with the AA Travel Guides a Quality Assurance Program. No expense has been spared to make each room comfortable and welcoming for our guests. Fax and internet facilities are available. Full English breakfast is served and dinner can be provided by prior request. Dine at one of two excellent restaurants adjoining the Marina Martinique.
Fun on the Water: There are 5 km of canals and waterways within the area and has a pontoon boat for sunset cruises. The water in the canals is clear, clean seawater and is safe to swim in. Guests are welcome to bring their own canoes to use on the canals. The fabulous beaches of St Francis Bay with all they have to offer lie just outside the marina.
Jeffrey's Bay: South Africa’s world renowned surfing mecca also offers sand boarding, wind surfing, kite surfing, whale watching, hiking in three Nature Reserves, gym, bowls, golf, tennis, deep sea fishing, horse riding, diving and much, much more. Jeffrey's Bay is a thriving town with most if not all the necessary facilities available – restaurants, cinema, mall, beach bathing, shell museum.
Covid Safety Approved: We pledge to implement a high standard of hygiene and cleaning protocols to ensure the safest environment possible for our guests. We adhere to the industry safety protocols set out by the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA).
Stay between 20 Jul 2020 and 20 Sep 2020 and get 15% off.
- 1 night min stay (check-in between 20 Jul 2020 and 20 Sep 2020)
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