A cosy cabin is bliss in winter. All you need is a fireplace and a good whiskey to hide away from the world. Doesn’t that sound perfect? Yes. That’s because it is. If you’re looking for a perfect winter break, these cabins and isolated cottages across the country are great places to start.
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Find the perfect hideout, holiday house, backpackers, B&B, lodge or a great spot under the stars for your next break.
Visit northern Mozambique’s Pemba in Cabo Delgado province and Medjumbe Island in the Quirimbas Archipelago for creamy beaches, clear seas, great food, and to experience the contrasts between unvarnished Africa and an island paradise.
Hey, we can always dream! At these five luxury lodges in Namibia, the views, food and service will have you feeling like royalty.
Exchanging homes with strangers across the world might seem daunting, but if done properly, it makes for cheap, lively holidays.
Simon’s Town is special: beaches, Victorian architecture, natural beauty in spades. It’s a village founded on history, and everyone has a story about their love for it.
For a small town, McGregor has a lot of places to eat and even more places to stay. From quirky deli-style fare to fine dining by candlelight, I’ll give you my recommendations, as well as which cottage to go for if you’re looking to spend the night.
Take to the water for a holiday with a difference in one of these wonderful Southern African houseboats.
Just a three-hour drive from Durban and Johannesburg, Clarens is a charming escape famed for its mountain scenery, quirky art galleries and craft beer.
Hermanus: what happens when an old fishing village turned holiday hotspot embraces the business of whale-watching? Here’s what to do in this burgeoning seaside town.
Within easy reach of Johannesburg, Durban and Bloemfontein, there are a lot of Drakensberg accommodation options that offer great options for family leisure and beautiful mountain views. Here are five of our favourites.