Hole in the Wall Resort offers a great selection of backpacker’s accommodation including twin, double, and 10-sleeper units. This popular accommodation serves as the perfect base to explore Coffee Bay’s breath-taking surrounds, with features such as tea and coffee making facilities and en-suite bathrooms – all this to ensure a comfortable stay.
These cosy rooms are ideal for the backpacker seeking a rustic experience. There are two single beds in the room, with a small table with an electric kettle. The en suite bathroom has a shower, toilet and basin. Each backpacker room has it's entrance on a shared balcony overlooking the gardens. There is a communal charcoal braai area nearby, as well as a lapa. The commununal kitchen is accessed from the shared balcony.
These rooms, which are suitable for couples needing a simple place to sleep while exploring the Wild Coast, include a double bed in the room with an en-suite bathroom featuring a shower, toilet and basin. These rooms, which are equipped with a small table and electric kettle, open onto a shared balcony, from where the communal kitchen can be accessed. The communal charcoal braai and Lapa is nearby.
These simple and rustic chalets comprise of 4 bedrooms: the main and second bedrooms have a double bed in each, the third bedroom has two singles, the fourth bedroom sports two singles and a double bunk. The main, second and third bedrooms are both en-suite featuring a shower, basin and toilet. The open-plan living space includes a lounge, dining area and fully-equipped self-catering kitchen with full-height fridge and freezer, 4-plate electric stove and oven, microwave, electric kettle and a toaster. The chalet opens onto a private patio with a charcoal braai and a seating area.