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DESTINATION 106: Peninsula

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Glamping at its finest

Powered by solar and gas, Sea Shack is off the grid and a proud participant of Eco lodging. 

While this may mean a hairdryer free zone there are power points enough for cell phone and laptop charging.Free Wifi also makes for a perfect working hideaway should you need it. 

Each tiny wooden cabin is the vision and design of local artist Dianne Heesom-Green and themed to suit its name. Whether you have the pleasure of staying in Oyster or the delight of Dolphin, this is sure to be the beginning of a special memory. Join us around the fire-pit at night to cook and kuier.

Beachfront Shacks

The front row of shacks puts you on the edge of the ocean with nothing but sand between you and the fish. Choose between Starfish, Bamboes, Oyster, Urchin & Abalone. All shacks are fitted with crisp luxury linen in a queen size bed. Towels not provided. For guests with small children we recommend booking Sponge Bob.

Garden Shacks

The second Row of shacks is equally special with miniature gardens to look out onto and a view of the Ocean cleverly positioned between the front row shacks. Choose between Dolphin, Seagull, Mossel, Pebble or Barnacle. All shacks are fitted with crisp, luxury linen and a queen size bed. Barnacle and Mossel have twin beds. No towels.


Additionally we have 3 tents priced per tent. This option is perfect for people with Kids or anyone wanting a slightly cheaper option. Tents are fitted with 2 x stretch beds and linen. No towels.


Cape Columbine Nature Reserve 32°49'09.6"S 17°51'08.9"E

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