Awesome Quiet spot in the bush to get away from everything and close to the 3rd lake for fishing and hikes – well worth the visit to get back to your roots!
The week stay was very nice. Remember you do need a 4×4 and must be prepare to travel. We have been all over the area. Every place is about 20 km radius but they meet distance on time here 20 min is 1 hour drive. Thank you for everything.
An unusual S. African B&B far from the city life. Close to Mozambique border and extremely quiet with nature on the door step. A very helpful host who will cook a tasty meal on request. Unspoilt Africa.
Great location with lovely views from the pool patio. Our room was delightful. The proprietor was very friendly and a great source of local information.
Ray and Viv were very helpful with arranging directions, activities. Throroughly enjoyable stay.
Viv and Ray are fantastic and we will definitely return back soon. We actually extended our stay with four more nights.
We got very good instructions to Kosi Moon B&B with the booking confirmation, and we called Ray as instructed. From there on, we were in good hands! Ray and Viv were great hosts, like staying with old friends. The house is spacious and remote – a great retreat. Ray took us snorkelling and told us a lot about life in the Kosi Bay area; we are looking forward to coming back! Our room was large, with patio access, and had an en-suite bathroom with shower. Everything was clean and tidy. They have a lovely big dog and some cats – might be good to know.
Julie Martine said…(Tripadvisor)
“a haven of peace”
5 of 5 stars
We spent 3 nights with Ray and Vivianne . The room was large, very nice with a terrace overlooking the bush , with the lake in the distance. You can do your own cooking ( the kitchen is very big and well equipped) but we prefered to have our meal with our hosts. The place is quite near the Kosi bay lodge, so you have to drive on a sand track to get there, we had no 4×4 car and managed ! We like walking, so they arranged a nice walk to the raphia palm forest with a local guide, and Ray took us to the mouth and we went also to a typical local market at the Mozambic border.A very nice place indeed to stay.