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Located in the popular coastal resort of Jeffreys Bay, a short walk from the famous beaches, House Pinnaquin offers 4 star accommodation for up to eighteen people. It is thus perfect for small tour groups as well as families, couples and individuals. The superlative quality of House Pinnaquin can hardly be stressed too much. Your hostess, Hettie Mathee and her staff are friendly, helpful and dedicated to making your stay everything you would want it to be. Your satisfaction is our pleasure.

We offer nine extremely comfortable en-suite bedrooms, seven are double bedded and two are twin bedded. All the double rooms have enclosed balconies and five of them have fine sea views of Jeffreys Bay. Each bedroom is individually decorated and named, appointed with superb attention to detail, only the best quality is good enough for our guests. All the bedrooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, TV’s, fridges and digital safes for our guests convenience. Our bathrooms offer both bath and shower facilities and are designed with character.
Please request the cancellation policy upon booking.

Establishment Code



Airport Nearby, Bar, Beach Nearby, CoffeeTea Maker, Modem Connection, Restaurant, Shopping centres, Tourism attractions, Town / City Outskirts


Price : 400.00 ZAR - 600.00 ZAR p/p sharing

AATravel Code





  • Afrikaans
  • Bar
  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • Breakfast Only
  • English
  • Laundry
  • MNet / Satellite TV
  • Private Garden / Patio
  • Room Cleaning Service
  • Safe Deposit
  • Safe in Room
  • Secure Parking
  • Tea and coffee maker


Beach, Bird watching, Boat/River cruise, Botanical, Fishing, Hiking, Horse Riding, Leisure, Marine, Outdoor, Sailing, Water Sports, Water Sports - Deep sea fishing, Water Sports - Kayaks, Water Sports - Sailing, Water Sports - Scuba diving, Water Sports - Windsurfing

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