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Cowey’s Corner is a beautifully restored spacious guest house, ideally situated in the heart of the Berea. All rooms en-suite with DSTV & wireless internet throughout the house. A stylish & restful business or holiday travel experience!

Activities in Durban include whale and dolphin watching, sailing, uShaka Marine World, Sharks Board, Big Swing at Moses Maphida Stadium, Cato Manor Heritage Centre, cruise the Durban Harbour, Francis Farewell Square and Giba Gorge Mountain Bike Park.A short drive away towards Umhlanga offers guests the opportunity to visit the Umhlanga Lighthouse, Gateway Shopping centre and the Natal Sharks Board.

Cowey’s Corner also has on offer a dining room, verandah, breakfast served every morning and included in the room rates, dinner (on request), laundry services, fully equipped kitchen for self catering purposes, wifi internet access, communal lounge, secure parking, braai facilities and balcony.This guesthouse is situated only 5 minutes away from the ICC and the Moses Maphida Stadium.Being ideally located in the suburb of Berea close to many restaurants, shopping centres, bars and businesses makes this the perfect stopover for business and leisure travellers alike.
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Establishment Code



Bar, Beach Nearby, Restaurant, Shopping centres, Tourism attractions, Town / City Outskirts

AATravel Code





  • Air conditioning
  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • Breakfast Only
  • English
  • Hairdryer
  • Laundry
  • MNet / Satellite TV
  • Private Garden / Patio
  • Safe in Room
  • Secure Parking
  • Tea and coffee maker
  • Telephone
  • TV Room / Lounge
  • WiFi (Internet access)


Beach, Bird watching, Botanical, Game Drives, Guided Tours, Hiking, Historical Attractions, Horse Riding, Kloofing, Leisure, Mountain Biking, Sailing, Water Sports - Deep sea fishing, Water Sports - Kayaks, Water Sports - Sailing, Water Sports - Scuba diving

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