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WELCOME TO KIM'S PLACE IN THE HEART OF CHINTSA

Wake up in the morning to breathtaking sea views of the east coast. Built by the Barnards family inspired by Kim, late wife of Mr. Barnard.
Kim's Place Guest House consists of two fully furnished self catering houses and one apartment located on the same property in Chintsa East. Chintsa offers a haven in a tranquil setting surrounded by lush indigenous forest and brush, as well as amazing bird life. Wake up in the morning to beautiful sea views of the East Coast.

With its warm and welcoming environment, this stylish residence offers elegant bedrooms, spacious TV lounges, a bar and entertainment area as well as a lovely deck. Relax at our sparkling swimming pool or on the beach which stretches as far as the eye can see. The units are serviced seven days a week by friendly and trustworthy staff, and include complimentary wireless Internet. You can take in the breathtaking views while enjoying a braai on the patio or around the Jacuzzi pool.

The quaint little seaside village of Chintsa lies just 45 km northeast of East London. This part of the coast is reminiscent of all things wild and the beauty of the surrounds is the reason so many people seek out this peaceful place that claims its name from the river on which it lies.

Where comfort, convenience and hospitality come together. We created a place where work and vacation, activities and relaxation is in perfect harmony and made even more beautiful by the splendid surroundings.
With a lovely view over the Indian Ocean. Relax at our sparkling swimming pool or on the cintsa beach which stretches as far as the eye can see

This is one holiday you will not forget and you will be sad
to have missed it!!!



WELCOME TO CHINTSA

The quaint little seaside village of Chintsa lies just 45 kilometres north east of East London. It is often mistakenly regarded as part of the Wild Coast, and though it lies very close to it, manages to fall just outside. Nonetheless, this part of the coast is reminiscent of all things wild, and the beauty of the surrounds is the reason so many seek out this peaceful spot that claims its name from the river on which it lies, meaning ‘crumbling banks’ in Xhosa.