La Mer Lodge offers comfortable Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Richards Bay located on the Kwazulu Natal North Coast in South Africa.
All our rooms are stylishly decorated with a difference making each room unique, colorful and cosy, coupled with a pleasant ambiance.
The rooms are equipped withtea and Coffee facilities and also available at all times at the station in the dining rooms.
For the safety and security of our guests we provide an in-room panic button linked to armed response.
A radio alarm is provided for those who wish to catch the news on radio or set the alarm for a wake-up call.
All rooms are fitted with a safe for guests who wish to keep your valuables locked away.
Enjoy a cool refreshing room on those hot summer days in Zululand with Aircon and fans in each room.
All rooms are equipped with irons and ironing boards.
The Guest House is situated approx. 1.5km from the CBD and 7km from the beach and Tuzi Gazi waterfront. Richards Bay is vibrant and fast becoming one of the North coast holiday destinations, offering spectacular scenery and un-spoilt beaches. The lodge is ideal for both the businessman visiting local industrial giants as well as the holidaymaker.
This B&B in Richards Bay is one of the closest sea destinations from Gauteng and enjoys a warm summer climate most of the year round. Swimming and surfing can be enjoyed at the Alkantstrand and Neawark beaches, while the Tuzi Gazi Waterfront, Naval Island and Pelican Island are a delight for anglers, jet skiers, power-boaters, canoeists and sailing enthusiasts.
The owners cordially invite you to visit this Richards Bay guest house, enjoy their hospitality together with the Clean, Quiet and Affordable accommodation.
PricePrice : 450.00 ZAR - 625.00 ZAR p/p sharing
- BBQ | Braai Facilities
- Catering By Arrangement
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