About My Den Beachfront B&B and Self-Catering
My Den is situated a stone's throw from the peaceful Oslo Beach just outside Port Shepstone, and is ideally placed to offer affordable, Quality Accommodation to both holiday and corporate guest who enjoy privacy and relaxation. Various restaurants, take-away and shops are situated nearby your convenience.
We a AA Highly Recommended and enjoy a 3 star SA Tourism grading. Visit any of the nearby bowling clubs and golf courses, or use us as the base for your business requirements.
My Den offers a mix of guest rooms and self-catering suites, all fully air-conditioned with an en-suite bathroom and some with their own spa bath.
Unwind on the veranda or upstairs balcony whilst taking in the breath-taking Indian Ocean views, stroll on the unspoilt beach whilst collecting shells or relax in our pool and garden.
Parking is safe and secure within premises.
Beach: Walking distance to the beach.
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