Ferry Point Cottages

Ferry Point Resort has the BEST LOCATION in Port st Johns. It is one of the longest family owned/managed establishments on the Wild Coast and we really enjoy meeting new people. We overlook the mighty Umzimvubu River Mouth and Long Beach and offer rustic but very clean and spacious Self-Catering Chalets. We provide night guards for our guests peace of mind. Ferry Point Resort offers guests Chalets that can accommodate between three and eight guests. WE ARE GREEN! Our main energy source is Solar power with gas appliances. That is, two plate gas stoves, gas fridge/freezers and whistle stove top kettle. No microwaves are provided to suit our low energy usage.The units offer comfortable double or single beds and private bathrooms. We provide white linen as bedding but guests need to bring their own towels. The kitchens are equipped with all the necessary cutlery, crockery, cooking utensils. Each unit also has a private braai area and own parking. There are no TVs. There is daily housekeeping. Locals frequently come to your Chalet selling crayfish, muscles, oysters and fish. Each Chalet offers stunning views of the river, sea, lighthouse, mountains and the night lights of the town across the river. Daily housekeeping is provided.The motorized ferry boat whips you across the river into town in minutes so you do not have to drive to peruse shops and restaurants, at a very cheap fee. There is much to do especially if you are an outdoorsy person....hiking, fishing (which is good throughout the year), mountain biking, sightseeing, mudcaves, waterfalls, whale and dolphin watching, bird watching (over 250 bird species), collecting driftwood and eating out. Long beach, on our doorstep literally, is very safe for walking, fishing or collecting driftwood.We look forward to making you a part of our family!

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Reviews

  • "Ferry Poiny Cottages"

    25 May 2014

    "Sandy is a very sweet, friendly host but the cottages were really not what I expected. They need a lot of work and are really shabby"

    Lynne van Rooy, South Africa
  • "A Peaceful few days at this tranquil spot"

    02 April 2014

    "This is a lovely place to spend a few quiet days. The cottages are rustic and have fine views over the river and sea. Very nice and friendly hosts who are willing to help in any way. Also enjoyed a few beers at the lively bar."

    Peter , South Africa
  • "Sullivan Ferry Point"

    11 February 2014

    "A little run down and a wicked dirt road, BUT a wonderful view of the sea and listening to the waves was worth it."

    Heather Sullivan, South Africa
  • "It becomes a second home!"

    06 January 2014

    "I cannot remember the last time I relaxed this much! Ferry Point Cottages is not just a holiday destination, it's a place that becomes part of you and you become part of the family. Never before have I had such amazing hosts. We spent 6 days in this special place, but we have made friends for life! We will be going back there for our honeymoon in July! Can't wait! The accommodation is as down to earth and real as the owners and staff members. For a memorable experience in a rustic setting that blends in with nature, this is the place to be! Just be prepared to be sad when you have to leave!"

    Rialette , South Africa
  • "Holiday"

    06 January 2014

    "Not at all good wouldn't recommend for anybody who is looking to spend a long holiday at the sea."

    Charlene , South Africa
  • "Good place to chill"

    04 January 2014

    "What an outing? Nice place to be out of the city and quiet where you make your own noise. My wife and I just love it."

    Lwando Boyce, South Africa
  • "Everything you can possibly need..."

    12 March 2013

    "This is a heavenly place where sea, beach, jungle and river meet. We camped at Ferry Point for 4 nights and the bird life, 360 degrees unbelievable views and humming ocean during the day, as well as the and the lovely after dinner drinks at the pub with Sandy and her family (not to mention with Bugger the Boer bull who barks from his viewpoint on top of a table, before settling in for his next nap) makes for the most magical experience. The rest of the town is also a friendly experience and you can honestly not ask for better views, from long untouched beaches, and unpenetrable jungle to the mighty river and lovely little local pubs and restaurants. Also, the Pondo people going about daily life is an interesting part of the truly authentic feel of Port St Johns. A must see for the more enlightened traveler who is able to uncover the true beauty of a place."

    Anita du Toit, South Africa
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