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About Orient Beach

Orient Beach is one of East London’s most popular beaches for swimming. The waves are gentle and it’s very safe. It’s easy for families to spend the entire day here. Kids can burn off excess energy at the Water Tube and there are changing facilities, a refreshment kiosk and large areas of lawn. Orient Beach is conveniently close to the local hotels and shops.

Things to do in Quigney

Accommodation near Orient Beach

African Dreams Bed & Breakfas...

7 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 8 rooms

African Dreams Bed & Breakfast is a family owned and managed establishment situated on the Quigney,...
R1500
Avg per night for 2 guests

Premier Hotel East London ICC...

2 Reviews
Sleeps 556 in 260 rooms

This contemporary-designed hotel provides the ultimate in luxurious accommodation to the business...

Hotel Osner

Sleeps 232 in 0 rooms

This beachfront hotel in East London offers rooms with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean. It also features a furnished terrace that...
R700
Avg per night for 2 guests

Portside Inn

31 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 6 rooms

Portside Inn offers personal attention from the owners and full English breakfasts are on offer with home-cooked dinners available on...
R700
Avg per night for 2 guests

Rose Bella B&B Quigney

6 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

Rose Bella B&B is situated in Quigney in East London. This private bed and breakfast offers seven spacious rooms. Rose Bella is only a...
R550
Avg per night

Goulden Street Guest House

1 Review
Sleeps 28 in 5 rooms

Goulden Street Guest House is a 3 Star establishment situated in the quaint suburb of Quigney in...
R1820
Avg per night

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Orient Beach is 2.9km from the centre of East London , the nearest airport 9.8km (East London Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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