Highly Recommended by the AA Quality Assured Accommodation Programme, Marina Martinique B&B is situated in Jeffreys Bay (Eastern Cape) and offers accommodation in five en-suite rooms.
Every room has a TV, coffee and tea facilities, fridge, safe, and a private balcony with views over the canal and the marina.Every room has a king or queen bed or single beds.
Breakfast is included in the rate and dinner on request.There is a living and dining room and a large wooden deck with views over the canal.Fax and Internet facilities are available.The bed and breakfast is situated on an island in the Marina Martinique, which is a strictly controlled security area.The canal is clean and swimming is allowed.Sunset cruises on the private pontoon boat are offered.
Activities and attractions in the area include sand boarding, wind surfing, kite surfing, whale watching, gym, golf, tennis, deep sea fishing, horse riding, diving, and the beaches of St Francis Bay.Jeffreys Bay also offers a large choice of restaurants, shops, museums and cinemas.Outside of Jeffreys Bay are the Tsitsikamma National Park, Addo Elephant National Park, Van Stadens Wildflower Reserve, and the Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area.
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Beach Nearby, CoffeeTea Maker, Near Golf Course, Shopping centres, Town / City Outskirts, Waterfront
PricePrice : 320.00 ZAR - 420.00 ZAR p/p sharing
- Breakfast Only
- Catering By Arrangement
- MNet / Satellite TV
- Private Garden / Patio
- Room Cleaning Service
- Room service
- Safe in Room
- Secure Parking
- Swimming Pool
- Tea and coffee maker
- TV Room / Lounge
- WiFi (Internet access)
Beach, Big Five, Bird watching, Boat/River cruise, Eco & Nature, Fishing, Game Drives, Golf, Horse Riding, Outdoor, Sailing, Water Sports - Deep sea fishing
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