Ocean View Hotel - Coffee Bay, Wild Coast

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Ocean View Hotel

Coffee Bay, Wild Coast - Accommodation

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ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:

The Ocean View Hotel is an accommodation in Coffee Bay that is the darling of the Wild Coast. Forming a mesmerising backdrop to this hotel are undulating hills and the gyrating and sometimes robust oceans of the Wild Coast.

A recognized hotel in Coffee Bay

The AA travel Guides could not resist the rare exoticness of Ocean View Hotel when it offered it a travel seal of approval. What convinced them could have been the long stretching coastline or the delicate sands of the Wild Coast, it could have even been the outdoor excursions that the hotel offers its guests such as the guided tours, abseiling,4x4 trips and maybe some of the hotel's relaxed activities such as lazing around by the sparkling swimming pool. Whatever it is, Ocean View Hotel does justice to this recognition.

Beauty is in the eye of this Coffee Bay accommodation

With light, serendipitous units that offer families, business associates and couples a place to rest or play, it's no wonder Ocean View is not only known for its external beauty but also its cultural diversity. The roomy family units peak into green, floral pastures and most of the units overlook the gorgeous open seas. With en-suite bathrooms that echo an air of simplicity and style, some guests may want to stay indoors cozing to the spacious bathtubs. Conference meeting and workshops gather under an airy thatched roofed room that doubles up as an entertainment and play den during peak seasons. The service is personal and family-oriented with gourmet meals being served at an intimate and round table setting.

For those with an air for something new and exotic, the Mdumbi beach is worth exploring, for its recognition as one of Mzansi's best beaches by a world renowned travel magazine. And if the word boogy boarding sounds foreign to you, then your trip to this accommodation in Coffee Bayis long overdue.

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Ocean View Hotel, Coffee Bay, Wild Coast

Establishment Facilities
  • Children Welcome
  • Conference Facilities
  • Disabled Friendly
  • Laundry
  • Mastercard
  • Non Smoking
  • Pools
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Visa
  • Wedding Facilities
Room Amenities
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Non Smoking
  • Tea & Coffee Making Facility

Accreditations & Gradings:

Accreditations for Ocean View Hotel, Coffee Bay, Wild Coast

  • AAQA Highly Recommended

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Directions to Ocean View Hotel

Map of Ocean View Hotel in Coffee Bay, Wild Coast

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Directions to Ocean View Hotel

GPS Co-Ordinates: 29° 8' 57.3" E / 31° 59' 5.7" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Ocean View Hotel in Coffee Bay, Wild Coast

Departing: East London Airport
Address: East London Airport, East London, 5201, South Africa
Distance: 290 km / Duration: 3 hours 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 199 km
9. Turn right 13.4 km
10. Continue onto Main St 56.6 km
11. Continue straight 4.1 km
12. Keep right
Destination will be on the left
1.4 km

Nearest Airport

East London Airport - East London

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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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