About Emaweleni B&B
Emaweleni Bed and Breakfast is a charming establishment in the suburbs of King Williams Town. They have five room options, suiting single guests to families.
There are the standard single and double bedrooms as well as a twin bedroom with two single beds, a family room which can accommodate four people and a dorm that sleeps up to five individuals with the beds sold on an individual basis. All of the rooms have en-suite bathrooms with either a bath or a shower. Each of the rooms has a TV with DStv. The rates include the room only and breakfast and dinner can be arranged at an additional charge. There are two braai areas for guests as well as a swimming pool and a small conference centre.
King Williams Town is a beautiful town outside of East London and is known for its historic stone buildings. The area plays an important role in the history of apartheid and is the starting point for the Nelson Mandela Route. Many museums house historic artifacts and the Amathole Museum has the largest collection of mammals in Africa. The botanical gardens are renowned for their beauty and are a peaceful escape from the city.
Conference Venues: There are conference facilities for up to 20 people.
Breakfast and dinner is available at an additional charge.
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Things to do in and around King Williams Town
(32.9 km from King Williams Town)
The Kologha Forest Blue Day Walk starts and ends at the Kologa Picnic Site. Although this is a very short and easy route through indigenous forest, it is extremely rewarding, passing three waterfalls along the trail. Kologa Picnic Site provides...
(33.3 km from King Williams Town)
The 7 km Yellow Day Walk is a circular route that follows a section of the Red Day Walk through the Kologha Forest Reserve. It starts and ends at the Kologa Picnic Site. Braai facilities, picnic tables and ablutions are provided, making it an ideal...
(34.4 km from King Williams Town)
This easy 8 km route follows the road to Andersons Dam from the Kologa Picnic Site. Pack a picnic and plan to have lunch at the dam before returning to the starting point. The Kologa Picnic Site offers braai facilities, picnic tables and...
(35.3 km from King Williams Town)
Meander beneath a canopy of majestic yellowwood and white stinkwood trees to visit three waterfalls. The circular Red Day Walk passes through indigenous forest and montane grassland, offering numerous bird watching opportunities for keen birders....