Madiba Bay Guesthouse
About Madiba Bay Guesthouse
Madiba Bay Guest House is ideally situated in the historic and charming suburb of South End, Port Elizabeth. At our Madiba Bay Guest the welcome is warm, the tranquillity tangible and the ambiance geared for comfort and relaxation.
Elegance and simplicity is the heart and soul of this 19-bedroom guest house. All the rooms are individually furnished with paintings of mainly South African artists, combining contemporary décor with some of the latest ideas in technology.
All our rooms have en-suite bathrooms, and equipped with air-conditioning, a TV with selected DSTV, wireless internet and fridges. Relax at our fully-licensed bar or in front of the fireplace and the space, style and luxury of our three lounges invites you to a friendly sit-back-and-relax atmosphere.
Enjoy our excellent full South African breakfast. Our 3 course evening meals are well prepared by our outstanding chef.
Beach: Madiba Bay Guest House is a short drive from the beach front where fishing and swimming is possible
Conference Venues: We have two fully functional conference venues which can seat 25 and 45 people respectively. The conference venue is equipped with a state of the art data projector, flip-chart/whiteboard with markers, bottled water and mints.
Madiba Bay Guesthouse Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around South End
(0.7 km from South End)
Fort Frederick is a stone fort built in 1799 by the British Forces to defend the mouth of the Baakens River. The fort was named after Frederick, Duke of York and built by English Troops sent to Algoa Bay. The aim was to assist the Graaff-Reinet...
(1.1 km from South End)
The Prince Alfred's Guard Museum is situated in Port Elizabeth and is a city regiment which was founded in 1856. The museum is housed in an old Victorian Drill Hall that has been restored and declared a national monument. There are military exhibits...
(1.2 km from South End)
Donkin Reserve, Pyramid and Lighthouse includes a stone pyramid monument erect by Sir Rufane Donkin in memory of his late wife, Elizabeth, after whom the city was named. The Great Flag, which measures 12m x 8m, is South Africa's biggest and it flies...
(1.3 km from South End)
The Wezandla Gallery and Craft Centre opened its doors in 1994 and is located on Baakens Street in Port Elizabeth. The centre represents African artists from all over the continent and specialises in African art, African wire and wood sculptures,...