About Byways Bed and Breakfast
Peaceful and tranquil, Byways Bed and Breakfast is just 500 metres from the main beach. Most of the suites have their own entrances and are conveniently semi self-catering. While having breakfast on the deck, you may be fortunate enough to see a pair of crowned eagles hunting for prey in the protected green area. Monkeys often clamber about in the treetops of the garden and a mongoose often strolls through the house. A pair of swallows have made their home near the deck. All are welcome. Enjoy East London’s superb climate with a refreshing swim in the sparkling swimming pool. Buffalo Park Cricket Grounds and the East London Golf Course are just two kilometres away. If you are fortunate you may see the antelope meandering between the golfers. You can see the ninth hole from the deck on a clear day and occasionally paragliders fly over the course.
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