Kasouga Coastal Resort, one of the earliest seaside resorts in the Eastern Cape, is situated between Kenton-on-Sea and Port Alfred on the R72 coastal road on the east coast of South Africa. This area is fondly refered to by locals as the Sunshine Coast.

The initial view of this seaside retreat is gained from the crest of the hill leading into the resort – a charming picture of the wide blue sea in front of you with the winding Kasouga river guarded over by “New Years Hill” on your right.

Kasouga is unspoilt and uncommercialised – no shops, no tarred road, no street lights – it is a nature lovers paradise. Its very private atmosphere gives you the feeling that it is your very own. The tranquil leafy sea-side holiday village, Kasouga, is an unspoilt haven – one of nature’s best.

There is a special magic about Kasouga’s Beach with it’s sweeping shoreline of golden sands and the magestic “Ship Rock”. You can stroll on the pristine sandy beaches for many kilometers, your choice of East or West, or bathe in the deep blue Indian Ocean.

Kasouga has a long history, dating back to 1881 when it was established as a holiday resort for local farmers. To administer the affairs of Kasouga, in 1882 the first 3 trustees were elected. They were Charles Joseph Stirk, Sir Andries F.S. Maasdorp and John Edwin Wood. Many say it has not changed much since.

Many houses are nestled in the natural indigenous coastal forest, providing unique accommodation where small game and a large variety of birds abound. You can watch the Bush Buck and rare Blue Duiker graze on your lawn.

Kasouga village has 24hr Security. No shops. Is within easy distance of Port Alfred and Kenton- on- Sea.

Book your break-away accommodation now in one of these private homes and experience the charm of Kasouga.

3 Barrack Lane can sleep up to 10 people.

Charlston Cottage (discretely hidden next door) can sleep up to 6 people.