The accommodation provides you with your home comforts for sleep and relaxation. Step out of the sliding door, to a solar-heated swimming pool for a swim, work on that all over tan on one of our loungers
Staying true to the era, our spacious grounds and generous room sizes are politely complimented by steep multifaceted roofing, which in authentic Victorian Fashion are elegantly decorated with elaborate wooden trimmings. Whilst being externally attractive
Zareba Bed and Breakfast is nestled away within the charming suburb of Richmond Hill in the historical and quaint heart of Port Elizabeth. Richmond Hill has retained much of the atmosphere of the old days.
We are situated in Newington Street, Richmond Hill on a quiet tree-lined lane, filled with historic and gracefully restored buildings.
THE Maegan Cherie B&B Consists of 5 rooms. All rooms (suites) are en-suite, with either Shower/bath combination, basin and toilet or shower, basin and toilet.
The Treetops Guest House is situated in the tranquil garden suburb of Walmer in Port Elizabeth. Treetops offers a variety of affordable spacious accommodation in Port Elizabeth, whether you are an overseas tourist, a family group or visiting on business,
Four spacious double en-suite bedrooms have private patios, under thatch, overlooking a tranquil garden and swimming pool. The other two en-suite rooms have private courtyard gardens.
Dempsey’s is a self catering guest house, centrally located in the tranquil suburb of Walmer, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape. Choose from five spacious and comfortably laid out en-suite rooms, each with private entrances and kitchenettes. None of the rooms
Gardenview Guest House is situated in the leafy Port Elizabeth suburb of Walmer, in a quiet cul-de-sac. The guest house is centrally located, close to Port Elizabeth International Airport, shopping centres, restaurants, movie houses and sporting facilitie
Port Elizabeth CBD Holidays - Eastern Cape Tourism, Western Region
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In the busy Eastern Cape town of Port Elizabeth, there's a lot going on in the heart of the PE CBD. Ongoing development that will enhance urban renewal and the viability of PE CBD, plans to make Port Elizabeth one of the most popular towns in the Eastern Cape. PE CBD is the 'engine' of growth from which the surrounding Port Elizabeth area towns benefit, offering tourists to Nelson Mandela Bay an all encompassing Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape holiday destination. Although PE CBD is not the ideal Port Elizabeth area to frequent for a holiday, it is perhaps more conveniently suited to sales reps or persons who specifically wish to be in the central business district of Port Elizabeth.
The CBD is in close proximity to many PE suburbs for accommodation and attractions that will suit the sports fanatic and beach lover, as Port Elizabeth stretches for 16km along the Eastern Cape shores of the fabulous Algoa Bay, making PE a great water sports destination, offering visitors an impressive variety of 'fun in the sun' activity. In this Eastern Cape mecca, holiday makers will find exceptional windsurfing, fishing and scuba diving, with PE's Algoa Bay hailed as one of the best sailing venues in the world. Famous for having the fourth best weather of any coastal city in the world, Port Elizabeth (PE) is renowned for its beautiful beaches, such as St Georges Beach which boasts the much sought after Blue Flag status, as well as the very popular Port Elizabeth King's Beach with its kiosks, restaurants, mini golf and go-kart track, making it ideal family fun. Enjoy almost any water sport you can think of at PE Hobie Beach, known as one of the best beaches in the Eastern Cape, or relax at Port Elizabeth's Humewood Beach which is quieter, and offers lots of shade for the sun-shy visitor.
Port Elizabeth offers the golf lover 3 superb 18 hole golf courses to choose from:
Walmer Country Club is the Port Elizabeth course which is a genuine challenge to the amateur golfer. With thick coastal bush, tree lined fairways and the notorious Port Elizabeth winds, this Eastern Cape course can be a handful to most golfers. Port Elizabeth Golf Club, commonly known as 'The Hill, is one of South Africa’s oldest, with emphasis placed on good food and entertainment, and of course golf! Then lying further south is Humewood Golf Club with its wide and undulating fairways, fast greens and thick coastal bush is a must for any golfer visiting the friendly Eastern Cape city of Port Elizabeth.
Port Elizabeth's combination of eco-attractions and adventure make it one of the Eastern Cape's top tourism getaways, sure to provide visitors to Port Elizabeth with endless hours of entertainment. A multitude of attractions include the PE race track, a massive bouquet of Port Elizabeth museums to choose from, nature reserves, hiking trails, an aquarium, lion park, a casino and a variety of historical and cultural attractions.
Things to see and do near Port Elizabeth CBD:
- Situated near Port Elizabeth CBD (1.2 km from Port Elizabeth CBD) is St Georges Park, home to the second oldest cricket club in South Africa, and also offering an open air theatre, a swimming pool, bowling greens, jungle gyms, duck pond, a wonderful botanical garden.
- The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum (1.2 km from Port Elizabeth CBD), showcases collections of South African art (particularly Eastern Cape art), British art, international printmaking and Oriental art (including Indian miniatures and Chinese textiles).
- No 7 Castle Hill (1.8 km from PE CBD), is regarded as one of the finest and oldest surviving settler cottages in Port Elizabeth, which became a folk museum in the 1960's, and was proclaimed as a historical museum on 1962.
- Proudly standing at the drum of the Great Flag at the Port Elizabeth Donkin Reserve (1.9 km from PE CBD), is the Nelson Mandela Voting Line Sculpture, a 38m long, metal silhouette sculpture whose main feature is a laser-cut steel figure of Nelson Mandela raising his fist in the air in a display of victory.
- Port Elizabeth is in the unique position of being on the Indian Ocean, as well as in close proximity to a number of malaria free Eastern Cape Game Reserves such as Shamwari Game Reserve - home to the Big Five, as well as Addo Elephant Park, the third largest national park in South Africa.
For the energetic, walk the Guinea Fowl Trail located in the Baakens River Valley, Port Elizabeth, which is excellent for bird watching; enjoy thrilling entertainment at the Algoa Grand Prix Indoor Go-Kart Racing in Port Elizabeth, Sydenham; rent a bike and ride along the Port Elizabeth beach front; avoid the sand at McArthur Baths Swimming Pool Complex situated on PE King’s Beach promenade
Also visit Eastern Cape towns near Port Elizabeth CBD:
Port Elizabeth, Glendinningvale - 36 minutes south from PE CBD
Port Elizabeth, Humerail - 37 minutes south of PE CBD
Port Elizabeth, Mill Park - 38 minutes south from PE CBD
Port Elizabeth, Humewood - 39 minutes south of PE CBD
Port Elizabeth, Walmer - 40 minutes south of PE CBD
Port Elizabeth, Summerstrand - 42 minutes south of PE CBD
Essential Port Elizabeth Information:
Contact Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism on tel: +27 (0)41 582 2575 to learn about all there is to do in PE.
PE AA Emergency Breakdown: Tel: +27 (0) 83 843 22
PE Fire Brigade: Tel: +27 (0) 41 585 1555
PE Ambulance: Tel: 10 177
PE Netcare Greenacres Hospital Emergency Unit: Tel: +27 (0) 41 390 7120
PE Police Flying Squad: Tel: 10 111
PE Weather Office: Tel: +27 (0) 82 231 1624
Guest visit to Port Elizabeth CBD
"The first mission was to find accommodation in Port Elizabeth. I gathered that the new name for the Port Elizabeth area is now Nelson Mandela Bay, but apparently Nelson Mandela Bay hasn't quite taken off yet, and Port Elizabeth accommodation is still the more user-friendly search phrase.
We searched for the self catering accommodation in Port Elizabeth option, but found very little accommodation of interest.
As we were playing golf at Port Elizabeth Golf Club, or also known as The Hill Golf Club, we decided to search through the various nearby suburbs under the Port Elizabeth Bed and Breakfast category.
The Port Elizabeth CBD seemed like a waste of time and offered very little in the way of accommodation or entertainment. This consisted mainly of offices, and was a no-no for a holiday in PE.
The most popular area seemed like Summerstrand.
Bed and Breakfasts in Summerstrand were plentiful and mostly of a very high standard.
The promenade was fantastic and had stacks of great restaurants and of course the much sought after Boardwalk Casino....... we lost a few bucks at the casino, but it was much fun.
The Port Elizabeth Golf Club was closer to Mill Park, and we were very lucky to find a Bed and Breakfast in Mill Park (King George's Guest House) which was a really nice 4-star Bed and Breakfast and just around the corner from the golf club.
We found Port Elizabeth ( or Nelson Mandela Bay ) to be a really nice clean city and all the little suburbs like Summerstrand, Mill Park, Humewood and Walmer offered great Hotels as well as Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the Port Elizabeth area.
We visited Jeffrey's Bay which was only an hour or so away, and loved the little "surfing town" - also worth popping into.
The PE Golf club was in fantastic condition and is a true test of golf.
Unfortunately we were rained out for our visit to Humewood Golf Club.
Options for Bed and Breakfasts in Humewood was also plentiful, and so was Self Catering accommodation in Humewood. Summerstrand accommodation would also have been very convenient for playing golf at Humewood.
All in all, the suburbs of PE were very tidy, much architectural history can be found in some of the very quaint Port Elizabeth Bed and Breakfasts.
Besides visiting one or two dodgy night spots, we found that there was more than enough entertainment on the Port Elizabeth beachfront to make for a very lekker holiday.
Thanks Port Elizabeth - Love your city!
- The Hackers
Guest visit to Port Elizabeth
Finding business guest house accommodation in Port Elizabeth
I was looking for last minute overnight accommodation in Port Elizabeth, and noticed that you had very little in the Port Elizabeth CBD, and I can see why - WHAT A DISAPPOINTMENT !!
Luckily the suburbs of Port Elizabeth (or Nelson Mandela Bay) are full of bed and breakfast accommodation.
Blue Water Bay and Summerstrand accommodation are in my mind the ones to choose from. I stayed at Hobie Beach Guest House in Summerstrand and loved it
Next time I'll take my whole family and check out the self catering Port Elizabeth options
Thanks Where to Stay for showing great accommodation variations
Port Elizabeth Guest House accommodation Eastern Cape
We found the perfect bed and breakfast in Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth..........Beachwalk Bed and Breakfast
Well done to Clifford and Leane for spoiling us rotten.....4 star treatment as advertised!!
The was so much Port Elizabeth accommodation to choose from on Where to Stay, and we made the right choice. Close to the beach, close to everything
Review Port Elizabeth accommodation - Walmer Bed & Breakfast
Thanks Where to Stay - we found the ideal Port Elizabeth accommodation at a Walmer Bed and Breakfast called Sir Roy's B and B.
Very affordable 3 star P E accommodation
Thanks to Linda and Roy for wonderful Port Elizabeth hospitality and great Walmer accommodation.
Martin and Jill
Port Elizabeth Accommodation in CBD - Eastern Cape, Western Region
Nicknamed the 'Friendly City' or the 'Windy City', Port Elizabeth stretches along the Eastern Cape shores of Algoa Bay, making PE a great water sports destination offering visitors an impressive variety of activity. In this Eastern Cape mecca, holiday makers will find exceptional windsurfing, fishing, scuba diving and sailing in one of the best venues in the world. With its mild winters and limited rainfall throughout the year, Port Elizabeth (PE) is the ideal holiday destination for beach lovers, with beautiful PE Beaches proudly flying the prestigious Blue Flag status.
Golf lovers are spoilt for choice in. Walmer Country Club, Port Elizabeth Golf Club, commonly known as 'The Hill', and Humewood Golf Club, which is a must for any golfer visiting the friendly city of Port Elizabeth.
Port Elizabeth is a major transport centre with its well equipped Port Elizabeth Airport and Harbour, and at the heart of it all, PE CBD's ongoing development is enhancing urban renewal. PE CBD is the hub from which the surrounding Port Elizabeth suburbs and towns benefit. A multitude of Port Elizabeth attractions include the PE race track, a massive bouquet of Port Elizabeth museums to choose from, nature reserves, hiking trails, an aquarium, lion park, a casino and a variety of historical and cultural attractions.
Things to see near Port Elizabeth CBD:
- Port Elizabeth, St Georges Park - home to the famous St George's Park cricket grounds.
- Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum - showcases collections of South African, British and Oriental art
- Port Elizabeth, No 7 Castle Hill - regarded as one of the finest and oldest surviving settler cottages in Port Elizabeth.
- Port Elizabeth, BayWorld Oceanarium - one of the biggest and best dolphinariums in the world.
- Port Elizabeth, St. Croix Motor Museum - houses a private collection of about 80 vintage motor vehicles dating as far back as 1901.
- Port Elizabeth, South African Air Force Museum - boasts a total of nine aircraft, including helicopters and a supersonic jet fighter.
- Port Elizabeth, Settlers Park Nature Reserve - home to many beautiful bird species, and small wildlife.
Walk the Guinea Fowl Trail. Enjoy thrilling entertainment at the Algoa Grand Prix Indoor Go-Kart Racing. Rent a bike and ride along the Port Elizabeth beach front, and swim at McArthur Baths Swimming Pool Complex situated on PE King’s Beach Promenade.
Visit a number of malaria free Eastern Cape Game Reserves such as Shamwari Game Reserve (74.7km from PE accommodation), home to the Big Five, as well as Addo Elephant Park (40.5km from Port Elizabeth accommodation),
Although PE CBD is not the ideal Port Elizabeth area to frequent for a holiday, it is perhaps more conveniently suited to sales reps or persons who specifically wish to be in the central business district of Port Elizabeth, leaving holiday makers who come to enjoy all this Eastern Cape city has to offer staying outside PE CBD in the following neighbouring towns:
PE, Glendinningvale - 36 minutes south from central PE accommodation
PE, Humerail - 37 minutes south of central PE B&B accommodation
PE, Mill Park - 38 minutes south from central PE Guest Houses
PE, Humewood - 39 minutes south of central PE Self Catering Accommodation
PE, Walmer - 40 minutes south of central PE accommodation
PE, Summerstrand - 42 minutes south of central PE B&B accommodation
Visit The WhereToStay central Port Elizabeth Accommodation (CBD) Eastern Cape Page
WhereToStay makes a concerted effort to recruit a wide selection of suitable Port Elizabeth accommodation, particularly the more popular categories such as Port Elizabeth Bed & Breakfast accommodation and Port Elizabeth Guest House accommodation.
Our aim is to present a mixture of upmarket Port Elizabeth accommodation, as well as affordable Port Elizabeth accommodation (to suit all pockets and tastes), especially for Self Catering accommodation in Port Elizabeth, which is a category more geared for family holiday accommodation in Port Elizabeth. Port Elizabeth Hotel accommodation should be considered for business or holiday accommodation in Port Elizabeth (or in towns near Port Elizabeth).
We recommend that, if in doubt about accommodation quality, and to put your mind at ease, you should consider Star Graded accommodation in Port Elizabeth, See our Star Graded Port Elizabeth accommodation page.
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