The Oyster Inn History


In June 2009 the idea to create a gathering place was born, when a group of friends from Oyster Bay decided that there was just nothing in the area that allowed for a family friendly, value for rand venue, with an amazing view for them and their friends to gather, have a meal and exchange stories, appreciate the view or watch their favourite sporting teams together.


The idea of developing a bed and breakfast with a restaurant that allowed families in the area and from surrounding farms was born. With a small menu, great atmosphere and our desire to find a value for the South African Rand venue with an amazing view of the bay and ocean led to what is now the Oyster Inn.


This hunt took three years but eventually in 2012 the single family building which incorporated the shop was purchased and converted into what we have today, a B&B with six rooms en suite and a restaurant and entertainment area indoors and out on the deck. As with all things in the Eastern Cape things went slowly. However, by October 2014 all the approvals and plans had been passed and the build began in earnest.


Today we are pleased to present you the Oyster Inn B&B and Nautilus restaurant. We can provide breakfast either in the restaurant or the communial kitchen or guests are welcome to enjoy their own cooked meals in the communial kitchen and dinning area with an awesome view of the sea.

We hope you will enjoy it as much as we do and spread the word that at last there is a family orientated facility along the remote coast in the area.

The Town
The beach
The morning sea spray
Chokka Boats
African Black Oyster Catchers
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Please note that we are under new management and trading as Die Windmeul.

Please contact us at


Tel: 042 297 0002


Facebook: Die Windmeul at Oyster Bay


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Quick Facts

GPS co-ordinates 34° 10' 31.7" S 24° 39' 49.9" E

Closest airport(s) George Airport - 235 km

Port Elizabeth Airport - 116 km