2 Guest Lodge in Margate. Enter dates to see full pricing and availability:
The Hooting Owl
Cottages, Guest Lodge, Self Catering in Margate
The Hooting Owl Guest House is a unique African Thatch Bush-Veld Lodge set in a coastal environment. This hidden...
Ingwe Manor Guesthouse & Spa
Guest Houses, Guest Lodge in Margate
Welcome to Ingwe Manor Guesthouse and Spa.
Awake to the sunrise over the Indian Ocean at Ingwe Manor on the lush...
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Everything, shops are close by and nice places to go to and have fun. It's a beautiful place in every way
There is so much to see and do in Margate
Margate is a small little town with a variety of day and night life. Everything one needs is in walking distance wherever you are in Margate.
Beach , nearby stores and restaurants.
I enjoy to spend the holidays with my friends and family.
The beautiful beach.
Very safe place.
Waffle House was absolutely amazing, there is no other place that serves what they create. Their onion jam is the best you can find and is made on the premises like everything else that is on offer.
More info about Margate
Margate is a favourite seaside resort town on South Africa’s wild South Coast.
The South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal is the southeastern shore of Africa, a somewhat remote and beautiful coastline along the warm turquoise Indian Ocean.
The largest most popular small holiday town along the secluded scenic coastline, Margate is about 100 kms south of Durban, between Port Shepstone and Port Edward. It is set in what is known as the Hibiscus Coast, due to its profusion of flowering shrubs and lush green vegetation.
For a hundred years South African families have been going to Margate for Easter and Christmas holidays. The incredible natural beauty of the beach and lovely surrounding natural landscapes explains why it is a much loved holiday destination.
The South Coast attracts international tourists as it has some of the most beautiful protected wildernesses on the planet. Due to the shallow sea and rocky outcrops it was impossible to establish a harbour... Show more