Pay R1599 for two nights at 305 on Ipahla for two people, valued at R3600 (save 56%)
- Save 56% on two nights accommodation for two people
- Groupon includes a full breakfast daily and a bottle of JC Le Roux
- Relaxing and tranquil surroundings
- The perfect weekend getaway
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Booking essential: 031 904 1970
- Groupon only valid for two people
Automatic flushing toilets, electronic hand towel dispensers, light sensitive bedroom blinds – isn’t it all a little overwhelming? Just when you think you’re the very image of a modern tech-savvy society member something new and stainless-steel pops up and messes with everything you thought you knew. Get away from the techno-savvy world and spend two nights closer to nature at 305 on Ipahla for R1599.
Today’s Groupon offers you and an unbelievably lucky pal the chance to escape from the concrete jungle, and enjoy the oceanic charms of 305 on Ipahla for two nights. Enjoy a full breakfast daily and then spend the rest of the afternoon taking in the view from the deck. Spot a few dolphins or simply relax in your luxury accommodation for the full duration of your stay.
Situated in one of the most scenic areas of Durban, 305 on Ipahla is the perfect getaway for those looking to practise their golf swing at one of the many golf courses a short distance away. A combination of simple charm and modern convenience, this quiet seaside haven boasts a spacious but cosy dining area and lounge-bar where you can kick your feet up and relax after all that talking with the dolphins.
If you prefer grass eating animals to those with gills then take a drive down to the nature reserve only 30 minutes away or get a bit of shopping done. Either way, you can return to your luxurious room and be waited on hand and foot. You’ll even be able to enjoy a complimentary bottle of JC Le Roux. Whether you drink it all in one go or enjoy it over the two nights is up to you. Depends on how deep a conversation you want to have with the dolphins.
Accommodating fact: An obscure hotel called The Mongoose Manor got inspiration for its name from the fact that the building, which used to be a button factory, was the first business ever to hire a mongoose as its manager.