About The Vineyard on Ballito
Inspired by the distinctive beauty of the South African vineyards and the country’s rich viticulture, our luxurious guest house provides a friendly haven in the seaside town of Ballito. Enjoy superb sundowner ocean views from the terrace, a pleasant tea in the forecourt with its shady grapevine, or relax in the quiet privacy of the pool surrounds. Airy patios and bedroom balconies all make the most of the sweeping views, invigorating sunshine and fresh ocean breezes of the balmy KwaZulu-Natal climate.
A comprehensive range of room conveniences are designed to add comfort and pleasure to your stay. Our seven en-suite rooms, each named after a South African wine estate, are all beautifully decorated and well-appointed for your every need, with fine percale linen, ornate chandeliers, unique trims and original artworks providing distinction to each air-conditioned suite.
Amenities include tea and coffee-making facilities, satellite TV, a bar fridge with drinks and snacks, fresh fruit, home-baked treats, complementary sherry, bath and shower with linen and towels, and bath salts. Most rooms boast stunning ocean views from where guests can watch whales or dolphins at play. We also offer a specially equipped suite for disabled visitors. In addition, guests are free to enjoy the warm comfort of our relaxation areas, including a sun lounge, outdoor patios, and dining and sitting rooms.
We have extensive knowledge of the area can assist with the arrangement of tours and shuttles on request. A daily continental and English breakfast is provided, with other meals and picnic baskets also available by arrangement.
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).
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