About The Jetty
The Jetty is perfectly situated on a 14 000 m2 piece of private land on the Mzimvubu River, surrounded by lush fruit trees in a completely natural setting, bringing one closer to nature. Wake up to the sounds of fish eagles or the endangered cape parrot and a morning breeze whispering through the trees. Watch the sun gleam on the river while you enjoy breakfast on the patio.
A lazy afternoon swim in our sparkling pool and a picnic under the shade of our century-old pecan nut trees is a sure favourite among our many regular patrons. Enjoy a spectacular sunset over Mount Sullivan while preparing your evening braai, or having sundowners at our bars patio.
The Jetty offers self-catering accommodation and all rooms have an en-suite bathroom, built-in cupboards, a fridge, kettle, dish cloths, a braai, as well as cutlery and crockery. Towels are not supplied. All rooms are serviced daily by our staff and a laundry service is available. There is a jetty, so please feel free to bring your boat along and cruise the mighty Mzimvubu River.
The self-catering and Semi Self-catering Units which can accommodate two to six guests in each. All units house a kitchenette, a two-plate stove and oven, a toaster, Tupperware, a breadboard, preparation knives, pyrex dishes, as well as pots and pans. There is everything one needs for a comfortable and hassle-free stay.
Unit 3 and 4 sleeps two to three guests, Unit 5 sleeps two to four guests, Unit 6 sleeps two to six guests and Unit 7 sleeps up to two guests.
We also have three Fishermen Cottages on the property, each able to accommodate two guests. The three cottages each have braai facilities and share an ablution block.
The Jetty makes use of gas geysers and we have installed a generator, ensuring nothing will put a damper on the time you spend with us. Unfortunately we do not have camping or caravan facilities.
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