Seagulls Beach Hotel

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R800 - R1500

About the establishment

General facilities & services
  • Baby sitting
  • Child-friendly
  • Conference facilities
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Disability-friendly
  • Gay-friendly
  • Laundry facilities
  • Restaurant/bar
  • Secure parking
Activities offered
  • Bird-watching
  • Boat rides
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Stargazing
  • Swimming pool
  • Tennis
Getting there/ what's nearby
  • Airport transfers
  • Beach nearby

Welcome to Seagulls Beach Hotel situated virtually on the beach on the Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape. We offer clean, comfortable accommodation and outstanding hospitality. Seagulls experiences great weather virtually all year round – the days are sunny and warm, even during the winter months.Seagulls boasts excellent fishing waters including Rock, Surf and River fishing. The Qolora Lagoon is fished by Salt Water Fly Fishermen. A large variety of fish are regularly taken along the Seagulls coastline, with the best fishing right in front of the hotel, which is only footsteps from the beach.The Beach Bar is open from morning till late. The bar is situated a stones throw from the beach and starts to bustle at about 6:00pm when everyone gathered for great conversation and sun downers. Whale and dolphin watching from your bar stool is breathtaking.Seagulls Hotel now offers excellent venue facilities for weddings, conferences and other activities such as team building.

Seagulls Hotel is situated right on the beach. We have an adult pool and a kiddies pool at the hotel. The swimming beach and lagoon are a short walk from the hotel. (3 to 5 minutes) Trevor Wigley, a retired Transkei trader, who is exceptionally well versed in Xhosa tradition and culture and has a wide knowledge of the flora and fauna of the area conducts this trail for his own account. The trail consists of boating, walking, boating, walking up the Qolora river and through the riverine bush and forest where the birdlife is abundant. You will see and learn about the different trees and plants, and how the Xhosa people use them for muti (traditional medicine). You will pass through a big gorge which is also part of the Falklands fault. The trail takes three hours and is not onerous. Part of the fee which you pay goes to the local people who assist Trevor.Trevor takes you to a Sangomas (traditional healers) kraal where you learn about the traditional Xhosa lifestyle and see a demonstration of how the sangoma plies her trade. You will also be treated to a display of Xhosa dancing by the children.In 1856 – 1857, as a result of prophecies the Xhosa nation slaughtered 400,000 cattle and destroyed their crops in the firm belief that their dead ancestors would arise and bring with them new cattle and crops, and drive the white man back into the sea from whence he had come. Visit the pools of prophecy and learn the full story of how 50,000 Xhosas starved to death.Big screen TV’s for all televised sports. There is a TV lounge for those who prefer a quieter evening with an option of watching a movie on DSTV.For the kiddies we have a selection of DVDs, table tennis, volleyball, putt-putt and tennis.Fruit, selection of cereals, yoghurt, porridge, eggs and bacon, toast, jam, tea/coffee/fruit juice.Soup, main course with seasonal vegetables, dessert, tea/coffee. Saturday Seafood Extravaganza.

Steaks, calamari or fish and chips, burgers, plain and toasted sandwiches, hot dogs, salads, milkshakes, tea/coffee.  
A la carte pub lunches are available from 12 – 2pm.

  • By arrangement we cater for vegetarians.
  • On Saturday evening we serve our set menu for our Traditional Seafood Extravaganza.


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