About The Sullies
The Sullies is a white spacious double-storey coastal home with stunning views overlooking a lagoon and nature reserve. This protected reserve is a convergence of three African-eco systems and is a birders paradise.The spacious deck with floating chairs and hammocks offer you a magnificent view of the African bird life whilst sipping your sundowners. The deck also has dining facility for 12 people. All bedrooms have white percale linen and throws as well as ceiling fans.The open-plan kitchen leads to an enclosed wraparound breakfast patio with awesome views of the nature reserve. All modern amenities including Nespresso machine, ice-maker, three fridges and freezers, satellite TV, Weber barbecue braai and pool table. Organic home-cooked meals can be pre- ordered.
If the accommodation is only for 2 nights, a once off housekeeping fee of R600 will be added onto the rate.
The Sullies Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Morgan Bay
(1.3 km from Morgan Bay)
Morgan Bay is a tranquil, quaint seaside village located less than an hour from East London on the Wild Coast. The beach has a lagoon safe for swimming and is surrounded by beautiful sea cliffs. You can gaze at the ships passing by, relax and read a...
(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...
(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...
(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...