About Sunnyridge Lodge
Sunnyridge Lodge is a beautiful guest house overlooking Sunnyridge, a lovely and leafy suburb in East London. Sunnyridge Lodge is the place to be should you be looking for understated elegance and comfort mixed with personalised service. It offers five tastefully decorated luxury en-suite guest rooms as well as one self-catering unit, all equipped with built-in wardrobes, queen-size bed, bath/shower, DStv, heater, fan, bar fridge, and tea and coffee facilities.
Meet fellow guests in the quaint bar or comfortable lounge with DStv, home theatre system, and fireplace or relax on the sun deck and enjoy the wonderful views of the leafy Sunnyridge suburb, golf course, race track and ocean. Take a dip in the pristine swimming pool or spend some quiet reading hours in the neatly kept garden. Chauferred or self-drive trips in one of our air-conditioned cars is the ideal way to explore East London and its surrounds.
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Things to do in and around Sunnyridge (East London)
(4.2 km from Sunnyridge (East London))
The easy Umtiza Nature Reserve Trail is fantastic option for hot, windy days and is suitable for families. Crossing a bubbling stream, the circular route ambles through pretty woodlands and although unmarked, the trail is obvious enough. Cycads,...
(4.8 km from Sunnyridge (East London))
Primarily a surfing and diving beach, Cove Rock is not popular for swimming. It is a great place for whale spotting from the high vantage points and for watching seabirds nesting in the striking sandstone formations. There are fantastic fishing...
(5.9 km from Sunnyridge (East London))
The East London Zoo is located in the Queens Park Zoological Gardens close to the city centre. The zoo houses about 50 mammal species, including chimpanzees and white lions. There is also a variety of birds, fish and reptiles on display. The zoo...
(6.3 km from Sunnyridge (East London))
Have you ever checked out a coelacanth? The East London Museum’s claim to fame came in 1938 when this funky fish with limb-like fins was caught in the Chalumna River. Believed to have become extinct more than 50 million years ago, there are now...