Crawfords Beach Lodge - Chintsa, Wild Coast

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Crawfords Beach Lodge

Chintsa, Wild Coast - Accommodation

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This Chintsa East accommodation is set along the Wild Coast, it is luxurious and rustic all at the same time. The perfect accommodation even for the most discerning of travellers who are looking for privacy, peace and tranquillity.

This accommodation in Chintsa East is in an oasis surrounded by lush tropical beach forests and in front lies the beautiful Indian Ocean.

The bedrooms are designed stylishly with amazing views of the Ocean, there are queen or King size beds and each luxurious suite has an en suite bathroom, own separate entrance, they're spacious and have there own balcony.

Crawfords Beach Lodge offers thirty suites, which consist of double and twin bedrooms. The suites are fully equipped with bar fridge, DSTV, coffee and tea making facilities, with fans or air-conditioning and fully equipped kitchenettes. There is also a personal safe in all the rooms.

The Ocean is on your doorstep so fun activities are all nearby, there is an outside shower one can use after a swim in the ocean or you can take a dip in the pool instead. At the lodge there is a lovely lounge in which to socialize or just have a drink by the bar. The deck and lounge both have an amazing view of the bay at this accommodation Chintsa East offers.

Activities that can be arranged nearby include; hiking and beach walks, canoeing, birding, game drives, biking, abseiling, fishing, quad biking, horse riding, wave riding, yoga, massages and beauty therapy. You will also find bowls and golf.

Our beautiful 'Senses' spa offers our guest a range of beauty and massage treatments including Reiki, reflexology, Swedish massage and Indian head massages.

So choose to stay in Chintsa East at Crawfords Beach Lodge and awaken in an oasis filled with sun, fun and wonderful memories.

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Crawfords Beach Lodge, Chintsa, Wild Coast

Establishment Facilities
  • American Express
  • Animal Friendly
  • BBQ
  • Children Welcome
  • Conference Facilities
  • Diners Club
  • Gay Friendly
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Mastercard
  • Pools
  • Restaurant
  • Secure Parking
  • Visa
Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Non Smoking
  • Phone
  • Television

Accreditations & Gradings:

Accreditations for Crawfords Beach Lodge, Chintsa, Wild Coast

  • Tourism Grading Council

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Directions to Crawfords Beach Lodge

Map of Crawfords Beach Lodge in Chintsa, Wild Coast


Directions to Crawfords Beach Lodge

GPS Co-Ordinates: 28° 6' 56.3" E / 32° 49' 40.6" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Crawfords Beach Lodge in Chintsa, Wild Coast

Departing: East London Airport
Address: Unnamed Road, East London, 5200, South Africa
Distance: 53.9 km / Duration: 47 mins
1. Head east 0.3 km
2. Turn left onto Settlers Way/R72
Continue to follow R72
8.0 km
3. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Fleet St/R72 0.2 km
4. Turn left onto Cambridge St 0.8 km
5. Cambridge St turns right and becomes Commercial Rd 1.0 km
6. Turn left onto Fitzpatrick Rd/R72
Continue to follow R72
1.5 km
7. Keep right to continue on N E Expy/R72 3.9 km
8. Turn right to merge onto N2 toward Mthatha 24.5 km
9. Turn right 7.5 km
10. Turn left 3.6 km
11. Continue straight 2.6 km
12. Turn left
Destination will be on the right
92 m

Nearest Airport

East London Airport - East London


East London Airport welcomes 346 000 people each year and is a busy yet small national airport that has around 25 flights a day. The creation of the airport was in 1927 with a municipal aerodrome at Woodbrook, it moved several times and in 1965 the airport was moved for the last time to its present location, only 10 kilometres from East London’s city centre.

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