The Pearl Lobster
About The Pearl Lobster
The Pearl Lobster is situated in the picturesque village of Morgan Bay, which is well known for its beautiful beach and lagoon. You can frolic on the beach on the day, take a long walk to Black Rock or hike to Double Mouth. The house offers self-catering accommodation ideal for families and groups.
The spacious home has a magnificent view over the sea from its living areas. The spacious TV lounge and dining area allows for plenty of relaxing whilst watching the waves break over the rocks less than 40 metres away from the home.
The house comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms and open-plan living area with lounge, dining table and kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering and includes a small chest freezer, fridge, microwave and stove. Outside guests will find braai facilities and a garage providing secure parking.
This home is within walking distance of the beach, the Mitford and Morgan Bay Deck Restaurant.
The Pearl Lobster Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Morgan Bay
(3.8 km from Morgan Bay)
Double Mouth Beach lies at the mouth of a pristine estuary and is a popular summer destination for families over the school holidays. The long stretch of sand provides a safe playground for kids. It's also incredibly tranquil and pristine, perfect...
(0 km from Morgan Bay)
Experience the thrill of climbing the majestic Morgan Bay cliffs with experienced climbers. Abseil down and climb up. Rock Face Labs caters for all ages, the fit and not so fit, experienced climbers and beginners. Group and school discounts...
(1.1 km from Morgan Bay)
There’s something to be said for slackpacking on the Wild Coast without having to give up your creature comforts. This guided hiking trail covers 56 kilometres of the southern Wild Coast with comfy overnight stops at seaside hotels. The terrain is...
(2.4 km from Morgan Bay)
The East London Coast Nature Reserve merges ten coastal reserves and two inland state forests. These protected areas are set between the Great Kei River in the north-east and the Tylomnqa River in the south-west. It’s an awesome spot to spend a...