A Home Away From Home
Mpande Beach Cottage
Mpande Bay, Eastern Cape
6 Rooms, 20 Guests
Self Catering Cottages
Self-Catering family holiday accommodation, in main house and bungalows.
Wild Coast Beach Cottage is situated at Mpande Bay along the Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape in South Africa, in the area formally known as the Transkei. There are long stretches of unspoilt beaches, sweeping bays, lagoons, rocky headlines, and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. It is a perfect destination for a family holiday. The beach cottages can comfortably sleep up to 20 guests in the main house and bungalows.
3 Standard Rooms
The main house can sleep 8, the enclosed verandah has 4 additional beds, communal bathroom. All linen and towel are provided.
2 Wooden Chalets
2 Wooden chalets with a Queen size bed. Each chalets bathroom includes a shower & toilet. All linen and towels are provided.
With twin beds, sleeps 2 adults comfortably. Separate outside bathroom. All linen and towels are provided.
My husband and I have visited Wild Coast Beach Cottage every year in December for the past 3 years. We find it very relaxing after a busy year.
We have so much fun visiting what we know as Mpande. We love taking long walks on the beach and visiting the rural cultural villages nearby.
What you Get
Amenities & Services
Ample parking on-site. 4×4 vehicles are preferred or vehicles with diff lock are also acceptable. In the dry season normal 2×4 vehicles are fine but can be risky in the wet season .
All beds, linen including pillows, blankets, sheets and towels (bath only) are provided.
The cottage offers a compulsory daily domestic cleaning service that is excluded in your accommodation rate. Please contact us for more details.
Very close to the beach, for swimming, fishing, walks, bird watching and even cycling.
Experience Mpande Bay, Eastern Cape
Ideal Holiday Destination
The Wild Coast, also known as the rural Transkei region of the Eastern Cape, runs south along the Eastern Coastline stretching from Port Edward in the North down to East London in the South. Leading through the heart of the Xhosa culture, there are rural villages and stunning landscapes offering a look into a culture far removed from the busy life of the ordinary South African.