OppiePlaas Haga Haga Self-Catering Cottage  Verified Listing

  • OppiePlaas Country Cottage Main ensuite bedroom in Haga Haga, Eastern Cape, South Africa
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  • Air conditioned Living room with DSTv
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  • Dining nook for 4
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  • Self-Catering Cottage Bathroom
    4/24: Self-Catering Cottage Bathroom
  • Self-Catering Cottage
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  • Self-Catering Cottage Kitchen
    6/24: Self-Catering Cottage Kitchen
  • Country cottage Quaint living room overlooking duck pond
    7/24: Country cottage Quaint living room overlooking duck pond
  • Country cottage set in parklike garden
    8/24: Country cottage set in parklike garden
  • ppiePlaas Country B&B Double En-Suite Bedroom
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  • OppiePlaas Country B&B Double ensuite bedroom
    10/24: OppiePlaas Country B&B Double ensuite bedroom
  • OppiePlaas Country B&B Double En-Suite Bedroom
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  • Haga Haga lagoon 2 ks from OppiePlaas
    14/24: Haga Haga lagoon 2 ks from OppiePlaas
  • OppiePlaas Country  B&B overlooking game farm & Indian Osean
    15/24: OppiePlaas Country B&B overlooking game farm & Indian Osean
  • Haga Haga cliffs 2 ks from OppiePlaas
    16/24: Haga Haga cliffs 2 ks from OppiePlaas
  • Haga Haga beach 2 ks from OppiePlaas
    17/24: Haga Haga beach 2 ks from OppiePlaas
  • Country restaurant
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  • OppiePlaas Country Venue
    19/24: OppiePlaas Country Venue
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  • OppiePlaas is a working farm
    21/24: OppiePlaas is a working farm
  • Duck pond @ cottage
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  • Sunset over duck pond
    23/24: Sunset over duck pond
  • River on the farm
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Swimming Pool
Bar
Garden
Oven
Braai Area
Bar fridge
Heater
Patio
Parking on Premises
Bath towels
Internet access
Restaurant
WiFi
Child friendly
Kitchenette
Room service
Dining Area
Deck
Linen
Stove
Full Kitchen
DSTV
Microwave
Tea and coffee facilities
Aircon
Fridge
No smoking
OppiePlaas Haga Haga offers a selection of first-class, affordable accommodation options on our farm.

FARM COTTAGE

OppiePlaas Haga Haga Farm Cottage, our self-catering standalone garden cottage which overlooks the farm pond, offers a double bed in the main living area, a bunk bed for two in a separate smaller bedroom, a well-equipped kitchen and a bathroom. Relax on the veranda with a sundowner while watching the sun set over the pond. Socialise afterwards while preparing the braai in the well-equipped braai area.

BED AND BREAKFAST

We have two outstanding, newly-built double en suite bedrooms that offer spectacular views. Observe game roaming the countryside closer by with the ocean creating the perfect backdrop in the distance. Available on a bed and breakfast or dinner, bed and breakfast basis.

DRINKS AND MEALS

Drinks and meals for the above accommodation options are served in the OppiePlaas Haga Haga Pub and Restaurant.
HAGA HAGA – DISCOVER OUR REMARKABLE WILD COAST VILLAGE
Haga Haga, a mere 2 km from OppiePlaas Haga Haga, is a quaint holiday village along the coveted Eastern Cape Wild Coast. It is renowned for its tranquillity and natural beauty.

“One of the villagers told me that when he returned from a long beach walk with his dog, their footprints were still the only ones in the sand – that’s how remote the charming, unspoiled village of Haga Haga is.” (Extract from a recent magazine article.)

Haga Haga has a safe swimming beach along the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and a beautiful lagoon. Try your luck at rock and surf fishing while your children collect shells or play in the protected waters of the lagoon. Fancy some golf, a game of tennis or exploring the area on horseback? No problem! These activities too, and more, are available.

A NATURE LOVER’S PARADISE
The village and its immediate surrounds is a declared nature and marine conservancy owing to an abundance of indigenous fauna and flora species. These include, amongst others, the Cape Clawless Otter and the Blue Duiker, Millwood trees, Wild Irises, Gladiolus, Hibiscus and Orchids. More than 300 indigenous wildflower species have been positively identified and many more still requires identification.

If you’re a birdwatcher, then you’ll be fascinated by the abundance of bird life which includes Narina Trogons, Long Crested Eagles, Fish Eagles, Forest Weavers and Woodpeckers, African Black Oyster Catchers, Water Dikkops, Greenshanks, Kingfishers and many Plover species.

See the whales that visit Haga Haga from July to early December and share in the excitement of dolphin-spotting in the azure East Coast waters.

Put on you hiking boots and explore the various hiking trails that traverse the conservancy – the Krantz Garden Walk to Pullins Bay, the Otter Creek Walk and walks to Whale Point and Lagoon Look-Out. Tackle the 10 km trail along the beach to Double Mouth where you can collect pieces of Ming China and carnelian beads washed up from a sunken ship.

OTHER ATTRACTIONS
The village has a hotel, shop, library, a small museum and an excellent library. Other nearby attractions include the Haga Haga Hotel, Miarestate Game Reserve, Hotel & Spa, the Haga Haga Nature Reserve, Ninky Noo’s Pub and, of course, OppiePlaas Haga Haga Wedding and Function Venue, Pub & Restaurant. Furthermore, Marsh Strand, Kei Mouth, Morgan Bay and various Transkei resorts such as Trenneries and Seagulls are all within a day’s drive. East London, which offers all amenities, is located 60 km from OppiePlaas Haga Haga.

ANY TIME IS A GOOD TIME TO VISIT
Haga Haga, a malaria free area, has a moderate climate and lies in a summer rainfall area. Its peak holiday seasons are December/January and April when the village bursts at its seams and is a hive of activity. Tourists wanting to enjoy the tranquillity that Haga Haga offers nevertheless often visit during the off-season.

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Property Type Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Guest Farm, Self Catering
Check-in after 02:00 PM
Check-out before 10:00 AM
Cancellation Policy Moderate
Can Be Used For Wedding
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Haga Haga Reviews

Niel Taljaard
09 August 2018

HAGA HAGA – DISCOVER OUR REMARKABLE WILD COAST VILLAGE
Haga Haga, a mere 2 km from OppiePlaas Haga Haga, is a quaint holiday village along the coveted Eastern Cape Wild Coast. It is renowned for its tranquillity and natural beauty.

“One of the villagers told me that when he returned from a long beach walk with his dog, their footprints were still the only ones in the sand – that’s how remote the charming, unspoiled village of Haga Haga is.” (Extract from a recent magazine article.)

Haga Haga has a safe swimming beach along the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and a beautiful lagoon. Try your luck at rock and surf fishing while your children collect shells or play in the protected waters of the lagoon. Fancy some golf, a game of tennis or exploring the area on horseback? No problem! These activities too, and more, are available.

A NATURE LOVER’S PARADISE
The village and its immediate surrounds is a declared nature and marine conservancy owing to an abundance of indigenous fauna and flora species. These include, amongst others, the Cape Clawless Otter and the Blue Duiker, Millwood trees, Wild Irises, Gladiolus, Hibiscus and Orchids. More than 300 indigenous wildflower species have been positively identified and many more still requires identification.

If you’re a birdwatcher, then you’ll be fascinated by the abundance of bird life which includes Narina Trogons, Long Crested Eagles, Fish Eagles, Forest Weavers and Woodpeckers, African Black Oyster Catchers, Water Dikkops, Greenshanks, Kingfishers and many Plover species.

See the whales that visit Haga Haga from July to early December and share in the excitement of dolphin-spotting in the azure East Coast waters.

Put on you hiking boots and explore the various hiking trails that traverse the conservancy – the Krantz Garden Walk to Pullins Bay, the Otter Creek Walk and walks to Whale Point and Lagoon Look-Out. Tackle the 10 km trail along the beach to Double Mouth where you can collect pieces of Ming China and carnelian beads washed up from a sunken ship.

OTHER ATTRACTIONS
The village has a hotel, shop, library, a small museum and an excellent library. Other nearby attractions include the Haga Haga Hotel, Miarestate Game Reserve, Hotel & Spa, the Haga Haga Nature Reserve, Ninky Noo’s Pub and, of course, OppiePlaas Haga Haga Wedding and Function Venue, Pub & Restaurant. Furthermore, Marsh Strand, Kei Mouth, Morgan Bay and various Transkei resorts such as Trenneries and Seagulls are all within a day’s drive. East London, which offers all amenities, is located 60 km from OppiePlaas Haga Haga.

ANY TIME IS A GOOD TIME TO VISIT
Haga Haga, a malaria free area, has a moderate climate and lies in a summer rainfall area. Its peak holiday seasons are December/January and April when the village bursts at its seams and is a hive of activity. Tourists wanting to enjoy the tranquillity that Haga Haga offers nevertheless often visit during the off-season.

Superb. 5 out of 5