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About 63 San Miguel

63 San Miguel is a part of privately owned complex of self-catering units, situated in a secure estate with 24-hour security control, in Glenmore on the south coast of KwaZulu Natal. San Miguel is ideal for a family holiday and beach lovers, being only 1 km from the popular Glenmore Beach.

63 San Miguel can accommodate up to six guests and comprises two bedrooms, a kitchen, lounge and dining area. The first bedroom contains a double bed, and the second bedroom contains a double bed and a bunk bed. The comfortable lounge area features a flat-screen TV. The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering and includes a fridge-freezer, hob, microwave, crockery and cutlery. The patio offers braai facilities.

The child-friendly resort offers on-site facilities to keep the kids busy including a swimming pool,trampolines, swings and a jungle-gym.

San Miguel is set among shady trees, which offer a wealth of bird life, ideal for bird lovers. There are four top-class golf courses and two nature reserves nearby, and the estate is just a few minutes’ drive from the Port Edward shopping centre.

Covid Safety Approved: Our unit will be deep cleaned & sanitized every time visitors leave the unit.The cleaner has been trained on the protocols and is vigilant making sure the unit is Covid safe. Please note guests need to bring their own sanitizers.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: an hour
  • Minimum stay: 2 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Check-in: 14:00
    Check-out: 10:00
  • Reviews: 16 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Parking on Premises
  • Covid Safety Approved

Languages Spoken

  • English

Important Information

A once-off non-refundable admin fee of R400 will be due on all bookings.


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  • 2 night min stay (check-in between 01 Sep 2020 and 30 Oct 2020)

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Reviews for 63 San Miguel

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Zaheera Saidally
08 January 2020

The place was overall a plesant stay,however the houskeeping was not good at all. there was a dusty,mouldy old smell throughout the house. the couch had an unpleasant odour, the tv remote did not work so I couldnt access my usb, the back door did not open. there wasnt any extra blankets for cold nights. Also the power kept tripping in the main bedroom. So it took forever to dry my hair. The place seriously needs alot of work done. The rooms have dampness and flakey paint. I've had better holidays at cheaper places.

Kuben irusan
26 September 2019

We were dissapointed that the reception told us that the owner must organise the equipments for the pool table and the tennis courts. Rooms were dusty and the kids had itches all over. Braai area was not clean from the previous people.unit 63 the bath tub shower was not working well.Security was good and welcoming.

andre Engelbrecht
12 August 2019

Its a great location.If you looking for peace and quiet,then San Miguel is the place to be.People are all friendly,kind and wiling to assist you.For kids young and old its fantastic.Games keep them occupied for a long time.It really gives a person a break from the city lifestyle.Its also the centre of all other adventures like Wild Coast Sun,Mac Banana and many more if you the family type or adventurous type.

Koos Taljaard
08 July 2019

We loved the neat gardens,surroundings and quietness. Thanks for a wonderful stay!

Sdj Nagel
25 June 2019

The place itself was good. It's ideal for our micro family, it is small but with luxuries like DSTV, braai facilities, neat and well organized. It's really private, and we didn't have any challenges with neighbours or other residents.

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63 San Miguel is 6.2km from the centre of Port Edward , the nearest airport 19.6km (Margate Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling