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Braai Area
24hr Security
Gym
Oven
Parking on Premises
Balcony
Hairdryer
Restaurant
WiFi
Bar fridge
Heater
Stove
Conference Facility
Bath towels
Internet access
Tea and coffee facilities
Fireplace
Dishwasher
Laundry facilities
TV
Dining Area
DSTV
Linen
Full Kitchen
DVD
Microwave
24hr Camera Surveillance
Fridge
No smoking
Houtbosch Bay, Marina Martinique and Paradise is situated just outside Jeffreys Bay, renowned worldwide as a delightful holiday and retirement centre and today has developed so to include Aston Bay, Kabeljous-on-Sea township and Paradise Beach.
It is also the home of the best right hand surf break in the world! International surfers flock to catch the legendary waves in this, a paradise of sunshine, aloes, dolphins, shells, perfect points & classic reefs. Surfers and others who found it hard to leave such an idyllic spot have turned Jeffreys Bay into a year round fun place to be, creating a thriving local craft industry besides the surf shops on just about every corner.
The bustling town is bordered on both sides by nature reserves and rivers – the Kabeljous and Seekoei estuaries and within Jeffreys Bay –the Noorsekloof nature reserve. We invite you to soak up the sunshine, enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and have a wonderful stay.
A wide variety of shops reflect the diversity of local talents
The Bay of Jeffreys Bay stretches from Cape Recife in the east, through to Cape St Francis further west while the village lies 80km west of Port Elizabeth midway between the Gamtoos and Kromme Rivers, and the two estuaries of the Kabeljous and Seekoei Rivers.
offering endless beaches and a year round summer. Temperatures are moderate all year round along the coast with rain scattered throughout the year.
Summers: Warm with a very temperate humidity level.
Winters: Mild and pleasant, and it is significant that water sports are practised year-round.
Jeffreys Bay normally receives about 427mm of rain per year, with rainfall occurring throughout the year. It receives the lowest rainfall (25mm) in January and the highest (43mm) in October. The region is the coldest during July where the average midday
Jeffreys Bay is world renowned for its safe beaches and surfing waves, with many different surf breaks, each possessing its own magic. Surfing spots include Kitchen Window, Tubes, Super Tubes, Point and Albatross.
The waves at SuperTubese can get up to about 10 - 12 feet. They are very fast, and as the name suggests, getting tubed is the name of the game. The swell usually runs in the winter months.
Boneyards is right next to Supers. You will be able to recognise it with ease, as it is the spot where the waves are breaking almost perfectly.
Point is situated east of Super Tubes, further down the beach. The waves here tend to be a little smaller than those at Boneyards and Supers. Here you can expect a much longer ride than Boneyards and Super Tubes.
These beaches have an abundance of shells, and are known for good angling. Fishing in Jeffreys produces Kob, Leerfish (Garrick), Grunter, white Steenbras, Blackmail, Musselcracker, Baardman, red Steenbras, Poenskop, Roman, Dageraad, elf, sharks and rays.
People with a real interest in nature will enjoy the recreation offered by the three nature reserves, under the management of the Cape Nature Conservation. Although small in size, they offer peace and tranquillity and some hiking trails.
For hikers there are even more trails, however, and these include the Cape St Francis Nature Reserve, Tsitsikamma Hiking Trail and the trails in the Baviaanskloof.
Jeffreys Bay is the home of thriving handcraft industries. The surf culture clothing shops are synonymous with Jeffreys, and all their clothes depict a scene in Jeffreys Bay. Other venues include surf shops, hand-crafted leather shoes and hand-crafted shell art.
Jeffreys is also the hub of the calamari industry of the Eastern Cape, and is thus in the fortunate position of being able to supply visitors with this delicacy in abundance.
In case of emergency, doctors and nurses are on call at the Policlinic 24 hours a day


Property Facilities:
* Marina Martinique: Fish, swim, walk, row, cruise, bring your own boat (rules and regulations apply) play in the water park or enjoy the restaurants and fishing on the beach.

* Houtbosch Bay: whale and dolphin watching, swim, fish and long walks on the pristine beach of Aston Bay. Deep see fishing cruises are available.

Area Information:
Marina Martinique is situated just outside Jeffreys Bay, renowned worldwide as a delightful holiday and retirement centre and today has developed so to include Aston Bay, Kabeljous-on-Sea township and Paradise Beach.
It is also the home of the best right hand surf break in the world! International surfers flock to catch the legendary waves in this, a paradise of sunshine, aloes, dolphins, shells, perfect points & classic reefs. Surfers and others who found it hard to leave such an idyllic spot have turned Jeffreys Bay into a year round fun place to be, creating a thriving local craft industry besides the surf shops on just about every corner.
The bustling town is bordered on both sides by nature reserves and rivers – the Kabeljous and Seekoei estuaries and within Jeffreys Bay –the Noorsekloof nature reserve. We invite you to soak up the sunshine, enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and have a wonderful stay.
A wide variety of shops reflect the diversity of local talents
The Bay of Jeffreys Bay stretches from Cape Recife in the east, through to Cape St Francis further west while the village lies 80km west of Port Elizabeth midway between the Gamtoos and Kromme Rivers, and the two estuaries of the Kabeljous and Seekoei Rivers.
offering endless beaches and a year round summer. Temperatures are moderate all year round along the coast with rain scattered throughout the year.
Summers: Warm with a very temperate humidity level.
Winters: Mild and pleasant, and it is significant that water sports are practised year-round.
Jeffreys Bay normally receives about 427mm of rain per year, with rainfall occurring throughout the year. It receives the lowest rainfall (25mm) in January and the highest (43mm) in October. The region is the coldest during July where the average midday
Jeffreys Bay is world renowned for its safe beaches and surfing waves, with many different surf breaks, each possessing its own magic. Surfing spots include Kitchen Window, Tubes, Super Tubes, Point and Albatross.
The waves at SuperTubese can get up to about 10 - 12 feet. They are very fast, and as the name suggests, getting tubed is the name of the game. The swell usually runs in the winter months.
Boneyards is right next to Supers. You will be able to recognise it with ease, as it is the spot where the waves are breaking almost perfectly.
Point is situated east of Super Tubes, further down the beach. The waves here tend to be a little smaller than those at Boneyards and Supers. Here you can expect a much longer ride than Boneyards and Super Tubes.
These beaches have an abundance of shells, and are known for good angling. Fishing in Jeffreys produces Kob, Leerfish (Garrick), Grunter, white Steenbras, Blackmail, Musselcracker, Baardman, red Steenbras, Poenskop, Roman, Dageraad, elf, sharks and rays.
People with a real interest in nature will enjoy the recreation offered by the three nature reserves, under the management of the Cape Nature Conservation. Although small in size, they offer peace and tranquillity and some hiking trails.
For hikers there are even more trails, however, and these include the Cape St Francis Nature Reserve, Tsitsikamma Hiking Trail and the trails in the Baviaanskloof.
Jeffreys Bay is the home of thriving handcraft industries. The surf culture clothing shops are synonymous with Jeffreys, and all their clothes depict a scene in Jeffreys Bay. Other venues include surf shops, hand-crafted leather shoes and hand-crafted shell art.
Jeffreys is also the hub of the calamari industry of the Eastern Cape, and is thus in the fortunate position of being able to supply visitors with this delicacy in abundance.
In case of emergency, doctors and nurses are on call at the Policlinic 24 hours a day

In Room Facilities:
* Hummingbird House ,23 Houtbosch Bay has a living area on the first floor, wooden steps lead to 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Fully equipped kitchen Bring your own decoder and smart card. Sleep 6.

*Hummingbird Flat 23 Houtbosch Bay is on the ground floor. 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with shower and bath combination, fully equipped kitchen, large balcony with outdoor shower. bring your own decoder and smart card

*5 Jamaican Palms, 2 bedroom & bathroom ground floor apartment. Open plan living and fully equipped kitchen. DSTV. Enclosed stoep with braai facilities and balcony directly on the canal. Children have to be able to swim.

*8 Jamaican Palms, 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom first floor flat with another bedroom on the loft. Open plan living, dining and fully equipped kitchen. 2 x flat screen TV's with DSTV and free WiFi. Glass enclosed balcony with braai facilities.

*22 Jamaican Palms, 2 bedroom & 2 bathroom groundfloor apartment. Open plan living with large screen TV equipped with DSTV, fully equipped kitchen. Stoep with braai facilities and enclosed with glass folding doors and large deck directly on the canal. Children have to be able to swim.


* 21 Jamaican Palms a ground floor flat, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, flat screen TV with DSTV premium.Sleep 4.

* 23 Jamaican Palms first floor flat, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, bring own decoder and smart card.Sleep 6

*Charlotte@ Eden, spacious log home, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lovely open plan living area with fully equipped kitchen.

Attractions:
Horse riding on the beach, shell museum, deep see fishing, cruises, golf, squash, tennis, bowls, shopping, surfing, wind surfing, sky diving, whale watching etc

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Jeffreys Bay Reviews

Joa Van Aarde
28 May 2019
Jeffreys is 'n juweel, van Kabeljous-strand tot al die lekker eetplekke: Fat Greek, Kitchen Windows, Tasty Tables, JB Co., Viswyf, Catch of the Day. La Cameleon in Humansdorp.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Aneeqah Haupt
14 January 2019
The trip getting there was enjoyable and very scenic!
Superb. 5 out of 5
Zantombi Matyeni
25 November 2018
Beach in Jeffreys Bay.
Fabulous. 4 out of 5