Our venues boast their own separate entrances, kitchens, bathrooms, audio visual capabilities, stage, security and ample onsite parking for guests.
Banquets, Gala Dinners, Conferences, Weddings.
The Bluff's most popular beach is Blue Flag Bluff Ansteys Beach, where on any given day you can watch surfers, body boarders and kite surfers riding the waves. Life doesn’t get much better than at Ansteys Beach, Bluff - the place for watching spectacular sunrises and catching a late afternoon wave.
Bluff Brighton Beach is renowned for its world famous surf spot 'Cave Rock', enticing surfers from all over the world to come and ride the supertube waves as large swells break across the rock reef. At low tide the surf ebbs to expose rock pools, ideal for children to play in.
The lesser known Bluff Garvies Beach is definitely left to the more experienced surfer, as the surf is rough, and not ideal for casual paddlers.
In Room Facilities:
A King size bed with access to Air-con, Wi-Fi, DSTV and a bathroom with shower.
Other attractions include the Bluff National Park Golf Club, which is surrounded by magnificent wetlands teaming with wildlife. This 18 hole golf course includes water hazards, and a two-tier green protected by a dam on the final hole.
Yachties will enjoy the Bluff Yacht Club located on the banks of the Silt Channel of Durban Harbour, and the nature lover can revel in the quiet at Bluff Nature Reserve, which provides excellent walking trails, and bird viewing opportunities in two bird hides.
Learn about days gone by at the Bluff Whaling Museum, which displays a harpoon gun casing, flensing knife and pieces of whale teeth and ribs among other things. Whaling started on the Bluff in 1909, and ended in 1975, as it became a controversial topic, as well as making the lives of Bluff residents a misery, as the smell of decaying whale flesh invaded every part of their homes.