Ocean View Hotel in Coffee Bay is a country hotel with a three star grading. The hotel is situated in the small town of Coffee Bay on the Wild Coast in the Transkei, South Africa. The town is nestled between towering cliffs and a sparkling sea, the hotel's garden gate exits right onto the sandy beach.
Accommodation at Ocean View is characterized by light, airy double or twin rooms – most of which feature ocean views. Spacious family units look out across the gardens. All rooms are comfortably furnished and have en-suite bathrooms.
Popular leisure activities include fishing, diving and snorkeling, deep sea fishing, deep sea boat rides, dolphin and whale watching on a 22ft boat. If you have a yen to explore – nearby attractions include the famous rock formation at Hole-in-the-Wall, and Umdumbi beach – rated by “Getaway Magazine" as one of the best beaches in South Africa.
Characterized by swathes of sandy beaches, towering cliffs where waterfalls tumble into the sea, and dense coastal forests - the Wild Coast is one of the most compelling stretches of coastline in Southern Africa.
The German-guided version of our tour that covers the highlights of South Africa (link to English tour provided as well). It provides a mix of cities, countryside, historical sites, scenic drives, nature, wildlife, culture and people. The southbound tour starts in Johannesburg and ends in Cape Town.
Highlights: Panorama Route , Blyde River Canyon , Kruger National Park , Swaziland , Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve , St. Lucia , iSimangaliso Wetland Park , Transkei , Garden Route , Storm’s River Mouth , Knysna , Cango Caves , Route 62 , Cape Winelands , Stellenbosch , Paarl , Cape Town .
The Wild Coast covers the north-eastern coastline of the Eastern Cape province and is part of the former homeland of Transkei. It is indeed quite "wild" with little infrastructure and almost no commercial development. This is the region's greatest attraction as well as its greatest drawback. Facilities for tourism is limited.
The small town of Coffee Bay is situated on the Wild Coast in the Transkei, South Africa. It is deep rural and traditional Xhosa country. The surrounding countryside is spotted with traditional 'rondavels' (round shaped huts). But for Port St Johns, Coffee Bay is the only town on the Wild Coast to be reached by tarred road.