WiFi, on-site skatepark, surf school and shop, sports centre, bikes to borrow, a communal kitchen and a Jacuzzi. In rooms: Bluetooth sound system, WiFi and Damana bath products.
All rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows and an eclectic mix of repurposed and upcycled furnishings. If you like to keep your own snacks on hand, spring for a Mar & Cook Bungalow – you’ll get your own kitchenette and fridge to raid at will when that saltwater-based hunger strikes.
The infinity-edged looks out over the sea and is open from 8am to 10pm; it's heated by solar panels from April to September.
Bring your lucky rash guard, your brightest zinc oxide and your sense of balance; you’ll need all three for your surfing safari.
One bunk room and one Mar & Cook Bungalow are adapted for wheelchair users; ask about availability when booking.
Very welcome. Tots under three stay for free (baby cots are provided); surfing, skating and other activities are for best for guests aged eight-and-up.
Tots under three and aged eight-and-up: the former stay for free, and the latter can learn to catch waves and perfect their kick-flips.
Spring for a bungalow and you can prep kid-friendly meals in the comfort of your room.
There are dedicated kids yoga sessions, bodyboarding lessons and sugar-fuelled cupcake-decorating sessions.
The heated infinity pool is family-friendly, but there’s no lifeguard on duty, so water babies will need to be supervised.
Kids are welcome in the restaurant and meals can be adapted for younger palates.
No need to pack
Baby cots or pint-sized skateboards, bike helmets or surfing kit.
Electricity is generated by solar panels and the hotel eschews air-conditioning (the cooling sea breeze does the trick). Rainwater and grey water are recycled, there’s an organic garden on site and many of the furnishings and building materials were upcycled.