About Kastandra’s Self-Catering
Accommodation at Kastandra's comprises Kastandra's Cottage and the Out of Africa Bedsit. The cottage is suitable for one person, a couple or small family who are here to visit Port Elizabeth for a home-away-from-home experience. The bedroom can be furnished with a king-size bed or two single beds and there is a double sleeper couch in the lounge. The kitchen is fully equipped; there is a large fridge, a two-plate stove, a microwave, a toaster, a kettle, cutlery and crockery. The Out of Africa Room is a well-appointed bedsit with an African feel.It contains a double bed, wardrobe, desk, flat-screen TV, bar fridge, a two plate gas stove, microwave, toaster, crockery and cutlery.There is access to a pool and a braai area and off-street parking is available.
Please note the balance payment needs to be made on or before arrival. Please also note their are not credit card facilities available.
Payment of deposit imdemnifies Kim Imrie and her employee(s) of any liability for injury and damages incurred by any person(s) occupying, visiting or entering the property at Kastandras, Port Elizabeth.
Kastandra’s Self-Catering Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Mount Croix
(0.3 km from Mount Croix)
The Erica School for Girls in Port Elizabeth was begun in 1884 by Miss Mary Anne van Wyk, who initially gave lessons in the old Erica Hall. After the South African War, it was decided to erect a new school building, which was designed by architect W...
(1.3 km from Mount Croix)
The Horse Memorial was erected and dedicated to the horses killed during the South African War (1899 - 1902).
(1.5 km from Mount Croix)
Known as the oldest park in Port Elizabeth, this is also the home of the second oldest cricket club in South Africa, which has hosted countless test matches to this day. St George's Park also features the Port Elizabeth Bowls Club, founded on...
(1.7 km from Mount Croix)
The Ron Belling Art Gallery is situated in a beautiful Art Deco house built in 1936. Designed by Gertruida Brinkman, the first woman architect to graduate in South Africa, it is recognized as a significant example of the Early Modern Style. The...