About Mount Lodge Humewood
Welcome to Mount Lodge Humewood Guest House in Port Elizabeth. We are ideally situated for the leisure visitor, just 500 m from Port Elizabeth’s Blue Flag beaches and five minutes’ from the Boardwalk complex. We are equally suitable for business travellers, being only 10 minutes’ drive from most business areas in Port Elizabeth.
Greenacres, The Bridge, Moffett on Main and Walmer Park shopping centres are all within a 10-minute drive, as is St George’s Park for cricket fans. Alternatively, take a relaxing day trip to Addo Elephant Park and other magnificent Eastern Cape game reserves.
All the guest rooms feature en-suite bathrooms, TVs with selected DStv channels, microwaves, fridges, coffee and tea trays, wall heaters, extra blankets, fans, and Wi-Fi Internet access. Rooms are serviced daily and airport or station transfers can be arrange. Secure parking behind remote controlled gates is also provided for guests' peace of mind.
Mount Lodge Humewood Rooms
Reviews for Mount Lodge Humewood2 guest reviews Reviews of
4 out of 5 stars
Mount Lodge Humewood Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Humewood
(1.6 km from Humewood)
Humewood Beach is one of Nelson Mandela Bay’s numerous golden sandy beaches offering excellent swimming and amenities. Lifeguards are on duty from November to April during the peak holiday season (Blue Flag season). Facilities for the disabled are...
(1.3 km from Humewood)
Kings Beach is the most well-known and safest beach on Port Elizabeth’s coastline. Boasting a 2 km white sandy stretch, surf lifesaving club, paddling pools, kids playground and fresh water pools. A power craft launch area covers 300 m of beach...
(1.3 km from Humewood)
Although Bayworld Oceanarium’s two dolphins, Dumisa and Domino, have winged it off to Hong Kong, the aquarium remains one of the star attractions in Nelson Mandela Bay. Situated in the heart of the Port Elizabeth beachfront, Bayworld continually...
(1.1 km from Humewood)
Fascinating but fearsome to some folk, reptiles are always a hit with kids. The Bayworld Snake Park has been around since 1919 and is home to numerous reptiles, many of which are indigenous to the Nelson Mandela Bay area. The slithery and scaly...