About Elephant Coast Guesthouse
Elephant Coast Guesthouse offers 4-star bed & breakfast accommodation in St Lucia overlooking the coastal dune forest of The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park. An ideal base from which to explore the Elephant Coast.
Elephant Coast Guesthouse is a renowned accommodation establishment in The Greater St. Lucia Wetlands Park World Heritage Site. St. Lucia, the town, is the southern most entrance to the St. Lucia Wetlands system. St. Lucia is well situated to act as a hub to the amenities of the Elephant Coast. The spacious guesthouse with creature comforts in mind is situated on the verge of St. Lucia Nature Reserve and Coastal Dune Forests.
The lounge offers comfortable seating and TV with 56 channels to choose from. Catch up on BBC, CCN, Sky News or many more. Separated from the TV area is more comfortable seating, for relaxing after a long day. Enjoy a cool drink or your favourite cooler or have a sundowner at the pool deck and catch up on your travel planning and other local information.
The B&B offers spacious, well-furnished double and twin bed rooms, each with:
a spacious bathroom, with shower and bathtub
a fully stocked bar fridge
complimentary coffee and tea
a private patio overlooking the pool area and into the coastal dune forests
either a double or two single stylish lounge chairs in each room
an air conditioner to cool you off on those warm coastal nights
a safe for the storage of your valuables for total peace of mind while you are out exploring.
The rooms lead out through two large wooden doors opening on to a patio which overlooks the coastal dune forest of the Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park, the garden and pool area. Roaming hippo, bushbuck and red duiker to mention a few frequent the lawn below. Your morning wake up call will be from the Avis flocking together or perhaps the call of the Fish Eagle in their natural surroundings.
Excursions & Activities
Daily hippo and crocodile launch tours on the St. Lucia Lake system.
Seasonal Whale Watching and Marine Turtle Nesting Tours.
St. Lucia is a Bird watcher's paradise with over 500 species.
Snorkel in the warm Indian Ocean amidst the subtropical coral reefs.
Visit the Big Five Game Reserves around St. Lucia.
Self Guided Walking Trails.