Jeff’s Beach Shack (or Browns Cottage) is a great family holiday destination and will give an unsurpassed Wild Coast holiday experience with home comforts.
Situated on a small peninsula between the two main beaches, which are literally a stone’s throw away on either side. Panoramic sea views surround the living room and patio entertainment area, and the Hole in the Wall itself is a ten minute walk away. The unique Whale’s Back is the dominant landscape view. It truly is a unique and beautiful location.
Free WiFi , Netflix and DSTV make this an unusual Wild Coast cottage.
Three bedrooms can comfortably sleep four adults and four kids; in one, an en suite main bedroom with a double bed, another one bedroom has twin singles, and “the dorm” has two double bunks. The one bedroom and the dorm share a bathroom.
The kitchen is fully equipped for self catering and has a gas stove, electric fryer, microwave, fridge/freezer, ice maker and other essentials. There are two dining areas, excluding the braai area patio which can seat 12 to 14 comfortably: a round dining table in the living room, and breakfast counter off the open-plan kitchen. Braai and a Cadac kettle braai/BBQ facilities are on the patio.
Laundry with washing machine and tumble dryer available.
Friendly staff service the house daily. Fishing gillies can also be arranged with prior notice.
Sleeps eight in total (preferably two couples plus four children, or less) and is fully equipped for self catering with all linen, bath towels, crockery & cutlery provided. Please bring your own beach towels.
For times when you want a break from the catering, there is a hotel 150 m away with restaurant, bar and a spa. This is a good area for security as Hole in the Wall has security patrols day and night.
Minimum stay is one week. You will definitely not want to leave earlier than that… in fact you might not want to leave at all.
Some extra info for those going:
Do NOT use the directions on Google Maps, as that route has not been maintained since 2012 and the section just before they say “Sharp right” is impassable for small vehicles and trailers. Rather proceed to, and through, Coffee Bay to Hole in the Wall, or turn-off the tar road at Ngcwanguba.