Offering a convenient location and homely accommodation for a coastal escape from the monotony of daily life, travellers relax with accommodation for two, including a continental breakfast at Dolphin Coast B&B.
Choose between these options:
- Pay R449 for a one-night stay for two
- Pay R849 for a two-night stay for two
- Pay R 1 249 for a three-night stay for two
Including a continental breakfast
The Hotel at a Glance
One of the premier bed and breakfast's in Durban North, literally a stone's throw from La Lucia's fishing beach, Dolphin Coast B&B offers comfortable and convenient accommodation within minutes of all the Durban attractions. Quaintly furnished, the B&B offers all guests their own gate remote, secure parking and private entrances to ensure a relaxed holiday.
- Secure parking and private entrances
- Short walk from La Lucia's fishing beach
- Within minutes from various major sport stadiums, Virgin Active gym, main shopping centres, Umhlanga Ridge and Durban CBD, SunCoast and Sibaya Casino
Comfortable and individually decorated, the bed and breakfast rooms offer convenient accommodation for all holidaymakers.
- En-suite bathroom
- Ceiling fans and air conditioning
- Fridge and microwave
- TV with DSTV Maximum occupancy: two adults
What to do in Durban
One of the top holiday destinations in South Africa, Durban has the warmest sub-tropical climate in the country, and offers a wide range of attractions to make your stay worthwhile.
Boasting some of the world's safest and most beautiful beaches, two World Heritage Sites—the Drakensberg and Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park and a distinct feel flavoured by its diverse population, Durban has something to offer travellers of all leanings.
Nature-lovers can explore the many game reserves, ranging from Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve, Mkuze, Ithala (aka Itala), and Pongola game reserves are all teeming with game, including the Big Five—or relive history with visits to the battlefields of the Anglo-Zulu and Anglo-Boer wars. To add some culture to their trip, holidaymakers can also take a rickshaw ride along the Beachfront after browsing for Zulu beadwork, or try a local "bunny chow".