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Our family run home offers warm hospitality, comfortable accommodation and a relaxed atmosphere. Location: close to the beach and most major tourist attractions . Its is situated in a quiet residential area. All units are tastefully decorated, en suite and private ideal for both business and leisure, secure off street parking available and a garage . A full breakfast/ continental breakfast is served in the guest dining room. A home cooked meal is available in the evening on request as an optional extra. We have a high standard of cleanliness and the rooms are serviced daily. Laundry, free e-mail facilities available. Credit card facilities
We have been awarded Three Star grading by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa and highly recommened by the AA at A1 Bay View, It is both a pleasure and our privilege to share our home with guests from all over the world and you will feel welcome and quite at home with us.
Breathtaking views taken from the house and surrounding areas.
While relaxing on our balconies you will expect to see dolphins frolicking in the waves and in winter you will most definitely see whales in the bay or just capture a beautiful sunset or sunrise.
We pride ourselves on a caring, friendly and personal environment and make our home.......your home
Attractions / Things to do
|Owner hosted, nothing can beat the friendliness and warmth visitors receive when visiting A1 . Extra care is taken to ensure your comfort .Sharon and paul , who are passionate and extremely knowlegable about this beautiful stretch of the Eastern Cape South Africa, gladly arrange activity itineraries.|
Although it is away from the hustle and bustle of Jeffreys Bay, it is near enough to enjoy the many facilities of this well known coastal town.
Port Elizabeth with its shopping centres and airport is only 75 kms away. Day trips to the Addo Elephant Park, the Tsitsikamma Forests, the spectacular Storms River Mouth, Baviaanskloof ,Wilderness Area and the world renowned Shamwari Game Reserve, Schotia game farm are possible.
The beautiful town of Jeffreys Bay is situated directly on the garden route.
Jeffreys Bay is known for its endless summers , long white sandy beaches ,azure blue sea. Famous for surfing ,abundant shells ,white gold (calamari ) and a relaxed lifestyle .
Very few locations around the world offer a coastal dune field .salt marshes ,freshwater wetland a nature reserve and the perfect wave. Jeffreys Bay is world famous for its surfing especially during June, July and August. Lessons can be taken from experts.
Experience the perfect wave in J-bay. Probably South Africa's longest and most consistently good wave. It's ordained by ocean deities as a mecca for surf and began in the late 60s and early 70s as a hippie hangout from whence came the surf dynasties: Rip Curl, Billabong, Country Feeling and so forth.
Jeffreys Bay is also ideal for cycling past placid lagoons. The Kabeljous, Seekoei and Krom river lagoons hosts numerous water birds, and is also ideal for water sport like canoeing boardsailing fishing etc.
Every year migrating whales make their way to Hermanus and Witsand to give birth, and whales can be seen breeching on almost every day during the season.
The town caters for the young and old ,with many free as well as paid for activities on offer .
Dolphin Beach with its blue flag status offers the holidaymaker a perfect venue to soak up endless days of sunshine. December relax in the knowledge that eight trained lifeguards are looking out for your well being ,please note only for the month of December.
Joggers can breath the fresh air while running for kilometres on compact, flat beaches.
Choose between various golf courses and estates such as the recently designed Jack Niclauss Course. The Jeffreys Bay Golf Club is open all year round.
Jeffreys and surrounds offers several well established surf schools offering lessons to groups and private tuition, excellent year-round fishing, a skate bowl, some excellent hiking trails, including the world famous Otter Trail, several great reserves are in the area. Also visit Monkey world, a wolf sanctuary, birds of prey sanctuary and elephant sanctuary. The Billabong Factory Shop has become a huge tourist magnet for the town. Numerous shipwrecks and an abundance of fish make scuba diving a fascinating activity.
Adventure activities - And for the more adventurous - the highest bung jump in the Southern Hemisphere! - 216m of sheer adrenaline follows the leap off Bloukrans Bridge
JEFFREYS BAY IS THE IDEAL BASE FROM WHICH TO SEE MANY PLACES OF INTEREST WITHIN A 150 KM RADIUS, EASY DAY TRIPS .
WE ARE NOT ON BEACH BUT WE CAN TRULY BOAST STUNNING VIEWS OF THE COASTLINE , BAY LAGOON AND MOUNTAIN RANGES .500 m to the beach.
Close to surf breaks, albatross, surfers point, tubes and the famous super tubes
A1 KYNASTON is approximately 3.8Km from the town centre off the main road which is da-gama, it runs parallel to our coastline. We are 500m walk to Albatross beach where dolphins are seen almost on a daily basis ,whales from june ,july august and maybe September . Our beach is for the nature lovers, as we have rock pools to the right and kilometres of golden beach, to the left is the lagoon abundance of bird life within a 800m walk.
You can check availability of accommodation in any of the 20 South African National Parks by clicking on the link below, then choosing the park and rest camp you wish to investigate: www.sanparks.org/tourism/availability/default.php
|Services / Facilities|
|from R250 PP B&B TO R380|
UNITS SLEEPS 2 S/C FROM R300
HOUSE THAT SLEEPS 6'8 FROM R1000 TO R1700
UNIT SLEEPS 4'5 FROM R800 TO R1200
|On the N2 coming from port elizabeth ,after descending down a long hill , you cross the Gamtoos river. About 2 km after the river you will see a sign saying "Jeffrey's Baai Oos" take that off ramp, it puts you on the old R102 road.|
Follow this road for about 14 km ,over another bridge ,NEXT, turning left ,(sea and lagoon on left ).
You are now on da Gama road which runs the length of Jeffrey's. However when you come to the first stop street, you turn right and the road climbs. its called poplar .You take the 3rd street left and we are the 4th house on the right.
In case you get lost my cell no. is 0849003006
Humansdorp side /Knysna
off N2 you will pass mentoorskraalguest farm ,you come to a ROUNDABOUT FIRST LEFT its the R102 PASS a shopping centre ON RIGHT HAND SIDE down a hill next
right into da-gama ,the lagoon and sea on your left ,follow rd ,till a four-way stop sign by (bay cove ,the anchor guest house ) turn right up hill third left into Chestnut Ave we are the fourth house right ..
IF YOU TAKE SECOND LEFT AT THE ROUNDABOUT ,OVER A 4 WAY STOP SIGN , YOU WILL PAST BUILDERS EXPRESS /P &P NEXT STOP SIGN TURN LEFT ,DE REYER ST DOWN TO TRAFFIC LIGHTS TURN LEFT INTO DA GAMA .FOLLOW THIS RD UNTIL THE FOURTH FOUR WAY STOP SIGN TURN LEFT ,UP POPLAR ST ,THIRD LEFT INTO CHESTNUT AVE ,WE ARE THE FOURTH HOUSE ON THE RIGHT.