European Hospitality on the shores of Africa
Zuider Zee House offers Two self catering Log Cabins, each have panoramic sea views overlooking the valley below and the golden beach of Salt Rock embracing the warm Indian Ocean. All have their own individual character in style and décor, but there is no compromise in attention to, and good quality in the overall standard of furnishings, amenities, service, and 'home-away-from-home' hospitality.
Situated on South Africa’s eastern sea board, here you will find the Dolphin Coast, an expanse of magnificent beaches and a panorama of waving sugar cane stretching across the malaria-free North Coast of Kwazulu Natal, from Zimbali and the Tongaat River in the south to the mighty Tugela River in the north, offering a melting pot of diverse cultures, rich history, and lush subtropical vegetation with balmy weather all year round, The King Shaka International Airport is just 15 km away, making Salt Rock a convenient Business stopover, or prime destination to start or end that Perfect Holiday .
Salt Rock is located 5 km north of Ballito, with excellent Shopping,
Recreational and Restaurant facilities, half an hour’s drive to the Port City of Durban, South Africa’s Premier Holiday Mecca, with all its cosmopolitan diversity, and close to the many natural and historical attractions of the ‘Zulu Kingdom’, a veritable kaleidoscope of colourful discoveries and African experiences - A world of discovery in one Country!
We speak English and Dutch
Graded: TGCSA ***
AA Highly Recommended Accommodation
How to get there:
Situated of the N2 toll road from Durban to Richards Bay, Take exit number 214, Salt Rock, turn left over toll road bridge, 3km towards the sea on Basil Hullett Drive. Pass '7-eleven' Superette & Salt Rock Hotel on your left, 100m take first road to the right 'Fairway Drive' (N.B. look out for a Refuse bin with our logo).
700m up Fairway Drive to a T-junction, turn left, 100m to end of cul de sac & you have arrived at No 55 Zuider Zee Guesthouse
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This page was last updated: 22 August 2011