About Mgwalana Beach House
Mgwalana Beach House is situated on the Mgwalana River Mouth, offering stunning views of the ocean. This beach house is isolated, and is only an hour’s drive to East London. There are no restaurants and shops close by, resulting in a peaceful and uninterrupted holiday setting.
This house sleeps up to 10 guests comfortably in four bedrooms. The bedrooms have queen-size, single or bunk beds. There is a spacious open-plan living area, with a pool table and a lounge that leads out to a large wooden veranda. The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering, and there is a built-in braai.
Visitors are welcome to bring canoes and paddle up the river. There are also many fishing spots, and for the keen golfers, there is an 18-hole Gary Player golf course close by.
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Things to do in and around Mgwalana
(0.7 km from Mgwalana)
Mgwalana River Mouth is a brilliant beach to retreat from peak season frenzy. The river itself is a great place for bird watching and peaceful boating. Getting to the vast sandy beach is easy; it’s a quick stroll along the riverbanks or a lazy...
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(6 km from Mgwalana)
Begha Mouth Beach is situated within a nature reserve and is backed by rolling sand dunes. This slice of paradise offers fantastic angling, beachcombing and swimming. Just about anything beachy from mild to wild goes here. Runners, cyclists, kite...
(6 km from Mgwalana)
Mpekweni River Mouth is a fabulous location for water sports junkies and families. The beach is a popular launch site for deep-sea fishing boats and jet skis and there are huge sand dunes begging further exploration. And the river itself provides...