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Ocean Sunset

from R450
Ocean Sunset is situated on the beautiful coastline, west of Port Elizabeth in the peaceful little...
Ocean Sunset is situated on the beautiful coastline, west of Port Elizabeth in the peaceful little village of Seaview.
from R450

1 Review

We offer comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation with en-suite bathrooms, as well as...
We offer comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation with en-suite bathrooms, as well as self-catering family units. Relax and unwind in the tranquil garden with a beautiful sparkling swimming pool. Secure parking with remote-controlled gates offers the traveller peace of mind.
from R900
Sleeps 18 in 6 rooms

5 Reviews

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Lin's Guest Flat

from R500
Guesthouses:Conveniently located within easy access to major highways and within close proximity to...
Guesthouses:Conveniently located within easy access to major highways and within close proximity to the Medicross Centre, Greenacres Hospital, Metlife Plaza, and Sunridge Shopping Centre.
from R500

11 Reviews

Spinnaker B&B

from R900
Spinnaker B&B is centrally located in the quiet and upmarket suburb of Summerstrand, in Port...
Spinnaker B&B is centrally located in the quiet and upmarket suburb of Summerstrand, in Port Elizabeth.
from R900

5 Reviews

Sea Otters Lodge

from R900
Guesthouses:Situated on the beachfront in Kini Bay. All rooms sea facing with sea view. Direct...
Guesthouses:Situated on the beachfront in Kini Bay. All rooms sea facing with sea view. Direct access onto the beach from Sea Otters Lodge.
from R900

8 Reviews

Guesthouses:This 'Victorian' establishment reputedly built for Lord Milner, a British governor of...
Guesthouses:This 'Victorian' establishment reputedly built for Lord Milner, a British governor of The Cape Colony circa 1890, as his hunting lodge, oozes nostalgia of a bygone age.
from R730
Sleeps 30 in 12 rooms

45 Reviews

Guesthouses:elderly people who would like some rest and peace in a nature reserve
Guesthouses:elderly people who would like some rest and peace in a nature reserve
from R480

12 Reviews

Guesthouses:Beach Your establishment is within 500m of a Safe swimming or walking beach...
Guesthouses:Beach Your establishment is within 500m of a Safe swimming or walking beach Definitely a beach holiday
from R513
Sleeps 17 in 6 rooms

8 Reviews

Hunter's Lodge

from R520
Situated in the peaceful Suburb of Greenacres, Hunter's Lodge offers personal service to both...
Situated in the peaceful Suburb of Greenacres, Hunter's Lodge offers personal service to both businessmen and visitors in a safe and tranquil setting. We have six luxury rooms, all with own bathroom, own entrance and own veranda leading onto our sparkling pool. We also provide safe secure parking.
from R520
Sleeps 20 in 8 rooms

11 Reviews

This is truly a home away from home to suit the traveller who prefers a cosy, homely atmosphere to...
This is truly a home away from home to suit the traveller who prefers a cosy, homely atmosphere to an impersonal hotel. Also for the corporate who wants to come home to relax after a long day at work, out of town hospital visitors, school sporting events supporters as well as holiday makers.
from R800
Sleeps 12 in 4 rooms

2 Reviews

Calico Guest House

from R780
We are situated in the seaside suburb of Summerstrand, with private entrance and secure off-street...
We are situated in the seaside suburb of Summerstrand, with private entrance and secure off-street parking. Whether you are passing through on business or taking a well-deserved holiday break, you are assured of an enjoyable stay.
from R780
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Sir Roys at the sea is only 500m from the Humerail Waterfront Shopping Centre We offer exceptional...
Sir Roys at the sea is only 500m from the Humerail Waterfront Shopping Centre We offer exceptional quality at surprisingly reasonable rates.Conveniently situated and within walking distance of the beach front.
from R920

1 Review

Mongoose Manor is a gracious Port Elizabeth bed and breakfast, offering elegant accommodation in a...
Mongoose Manor is a gracious Port Elizabeth bed and breakfast, offering elegant accommodation in a warm and relaxing atmosphere. The guest house is ideal for business and pleasure, perfectly situated as a gateway to all that can be enjoyed in Port Elizabeth area and is equipped with all of the necessary modern conveniences in a secure, beautiful setting.
from R750

2 Reviews

Belvedere Cottages

from R750
Guesthouses:The new trendy neighbourhood of Port Elizabeth. Delis, continental bakeries,...
Guesthouses:The new trendy neighbourhood of Port Elizabeth. Delis, continental bakeries, restaurants and vintage shops makes Richmond Hill a sought after destination. very centrally situated and a mere 10 minutes from the airport. N/A PM
from R750
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Brighton Lodge

from R1,100
Guesthouses:We have a conference venue for up to 14 guests.
Guesthouses:We have a conference venue for up to 14 guests.
from R1,100
Sleeps 26 in 10 rooms

1 Review

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Port Elizabeth South Africa

Port Elizabeth Guest House Accommodation

Port Elizabeth is a great little coastal city with loads of great things to do, and a whole host of fantastic attractions right on its doorstep. It's big enough to have everything you'd really want from a city but small enough to occasionally feel like a village.

There are wonderful beaches, good diving, excellent kitesurfing and windsurfing, and good surf. There are sailing trips from the harbour, as well as good whale watching. Among the many golf courses is Humewood, which is regularly voted in the top five courses in South Africa and is our only true links course. Transport buffs will enjoy a ride on the Apple Express, a narrow gauge steam train, or a visit to the St Croix Motor Museum with over a hundred vintage cars.

Calabash Tours, which offers enlightening cultural trips all around the city, was one of the first South African companies to be FTTSA-accredited (Fair Trade in Tourism - South Africa) so you can be assured that, as well as being exposed to a different way of looking at the world, you'll be spending your money wisely. Bit of a win-win, don't you think?

If you're into beautiful old buildings and history, you'll have a field day in PE. There is a self-guided walk round the central part of the city taking in some great old buildings and monuments but it's probably not a good idea to walk it alone. Go in a reasonable sized group or just chicken out and drive it. You could also do it as a guided trip, if you like. Among the interesting things you'll see are an early 19th century settler home, the Victorian Feather Market that was built during the ostrich feather boom, a beautiful Victorian library, presided over by a statue of good old Queen Vic herself, and a fascinating monument to Prester John - believed to be the only one in the world. Well, that's not really surprising as the only people who believed in his existence anyhow died out a few hundred years ago.

In case you didn't know, Prester John was the mythical white ruler of a Christian republic 'somewhere in Africa' that led the early Portuguese explorers to proceed with (relative) confidence that they'd find a Christian, probably Catholic, ally on the 'dark continent'. There are also a host of museums in the city and an aquarium that is home to two captive dolphins. But there's more to Port Elizabeth than museums, memories and marine mammals. It's a great sun, sand and sea destination, with lovely weather and a beach for every reason, ranging from highly developed urban playgrounds to wild stretches of virtually deserted strand, where you can walk for miles or go for a long canter on the ocean's edge. While the surfing in the city is pretty good, it's nothing compared to that of the nearby towns of Jeffreys Bay and St Francis Bay.

There is an active mountain biking community and a number of good mountain biking trails, including one along a green belt that cuts right through the middle of the city, and - a bit further afield - one in the Van Staden's Wild Flower Reserve, which is just awash with beautiful blossoms in spring.

There is excellent hang gliding and paragliding, scenic flights in a whole range of aircraft and a dedicated flying school, where you can do a pilot's course at a pretty reasonable price (when compared to some venues in the northern hemisphere, anyway).

There is some excellent game viewing within an hour's drive of Port Elizabeth, the most notable being the Greater Addo Elephant National Park, near the town of Addo, and Shamwari, halfway between Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown and bordering on the town of Alicedale.

Keen to get up close and personal with elephants at Addo? Check out accommodation near Addo Elephant National Park.

Port Elizabeth is a great little coastal city with loads of great things to do, and a whole host of fantastic attractions right on its doorstep. It's big enough to have everything you'd really want from a city but small enough to occasionally...

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If you are looking for Port Elizabeth accommodation, SafariNow has a selection of accommodation in Port Elizabeth and surrounds. With 308 listings in Port Elizabeth, our handy Port Elizabeth map search and great low prices, it's easy to book the perfect guesthouse holiday accommodation for your Port Elizabeth visit. We also have some great special accommodation deals in Port Elizabeth South Africa

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