About Brenton On Rocks Guest House
Brenton on the Rocks Guesthouse is uniquely situated on the cliffs of Brenton-on-Sea, overlooking the magnificent Indian Ocean in a 180 degree spectrum. This distinctive location where the property is situated is known to be a popular area for various whale and dolphin species. Brenton on Sea is a majestic shoreline settlement, which is bordered by lush indigenous forest and the powerful Indian Ocean. It is ideal for long walks on the beach, long lazy days of tanning and deep-sea fishing. At Brenton on the Rocks we offer comfortable and affordable holiday accommodation, each room equipped with its own small kitchenette, balcony, DSTV and Wi-Fi. We offer various facilities such as a splash pool with sun lounges and umbrellas, a fully licensed bar area, garage and on-site parking, breakfast served daily, lounge area with various reading material and a free concierge service. We have a variety of suites, standard and family rooms as well as two self-catering villas. Come sit, relax, kick off your shoes, lay on the bed or sit on the patio and watch the magnificent Indian Ocean from sunset to sunrise. We look forward to welcome you at Brenton on the Rocks….
Beach: 400m walking distance. Blue Flag Status
Wedding Venues: 4km from Villa Castollini.
Family friendly: 2 Family Rooms available.
Romantic: 2 Honeymoon Rooms with honeymoon Packages that can be confirmed with reservations.
Covid Safety Approved: We pledge to implement a high standard of hygiene and cleaning protocols to ensure the safest environment possible for our guests. We adhere to the industry safety protocols set out by the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA).
Breakfast is an additional R110 pp per day.
Estimated Time of arrival must be confirmed with reservations 24 hours prior to arrival.
Check in : 14:00 - 17:00. Later arrivals MUST be pre-arranged.
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