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About Pelloyd B&B

Pelloyd B&B is situated in Butterworth which is one of the oldest towns in the Eastern Cape. It lies midway between East London and Mthatha, just a short drive from the city centre.

The B&B offers guests the choice of staying in one of six rooms offering en-suite bathrooms, TVs with DStv, telephones, digital safes and bar fridges. Linen, electric blankets and tea and coffee facilities are provided and the rooms are air-conditioned for comfort.

Breakfast is served in the dining area and guests can relax in the communal lounge. Guests can also relax in the lovely garden and parking is available. A conference and meeting room is available and can accommodate up to 25 delegates.

Two sites in Butterworth that are well worth the visit are the Gcuwa Falls and the impressive 100 m drop at Bowa Falls, which is also believed to have been a place of executions.

Conference Venues: We have conference facilities for up to 25 delegates.

  • Response Rate: 83%
  • Enquiry Response Time: an hour
  • Type: Bed and Breakfast
  • Sleeps: 12
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM

Facilities

  • Satellite TV*
  • Conference Venues
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
* Please enquire for further details.

Availability and pricing

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  • Double Room Double Room Sleeps 2 Includes: B & B Rooms / Units: 6 Each room is furnished with a comfortable double bed and has an en-suite bathroom. Linen and electric blankets are provi... see more Features:  Double beds, DStv, En-suite, Air-Conditioning, Tea and Coffee Facilities, Bar Fridge see more Double beds, DStv, En-suite, Air-Conditioning, Tea and Coffee Facilities, Bar Fridge, Safe
    • Rooms Adults

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      Pelloyd B&B is 4.3km from the centre of Butterworth , the nearest airport 88.9km (East London Airport).
      *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling