Days at Sea Beach Lodge

One of the 100 best hideaway hotels of the world 2017

The Artist's Retreat Pool

Reflections on the calm water surface.

The design is modern lines in Yves Klein Blue and Driftwood Grey, an old charming fisherman's house goes classy.

Designed and developed by the German photographer Dr Guido Schoeldgen and his wife Annette DAYS AT SEA became an epitome of peace, art and lifestyle.They were looking for an "all over the year" Beach Retreat in South Africa with a warm ocean, sandy beaches and a malaria free subtropical nature as a contrast to Cape Town's busy city life and the ice-cold Atlantic.

After finishing architectural masterpieces in Germany, Ibiza/ Spain and Cape Town it took them nearly two years to finish the exiting DAYS AT SEA BEACH LODGE. The Lodge opened only in November 2008 and was 5 Star rated by the TGCSA. In August 2009 the famous independent Klocke Book "The 100 most beautiful Hideaways Hotels of the World" stated DAYS AT SEA as one of only three South African places.

Diners International awarded the wine cellar Platinum as exceeding expectations and British Airways gave an over all 9 of 10 possible points. The restaurant offers only market fresh products and a light Mediterranean cuisine. In the lounge area with some Café Del Mar style music our guests can relax with cocktails or health drinks and in the evenings concerts are projected onto a wall while a sky beamer is lightening up the breakers.

Christopher Lorenz' wonderful ceiling painting in the Beauty and Massage Hut and the incredible Sea View helps the Therapist working out your shoulder problems while the monkeys and exotic birds are watching. There are many activities like golf, scuba diving, tennis, dolphin and whale watching, deep sea fishing, biking and hiking which can be arranged by our manager. Just tell us what you want. The lodge is a mere hour and 40 minutes south of Durban Airport and you cannot miss it.

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“Gorgeous hideaway hotel overlooking the Indian Ocean” We arrived at the Days at Sea to a warm welcome from the staff and a view that takes your breath away.

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