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The 3-star Chicane B&B situated in Addo, Eastern Cape, offers accommodation in double bedrooms and a self catering cottage.

The bedrooms all have king size beds, en-suite bathrooms, private entrance, fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, air conditioning, patio, and mini bar. They are serviced daily.The self catering cottage has two double bedrooms, two en-suite bathrooms, king size beds, kitchenette or kitchen, lounge, patio, DSTV, and a DVD player.

Chicane BnB also offers bird watching, game drives, garden, breakfast included in the room rates, a dam, swimming pool, braai facilities, laundry services, and fax and Internet facilities.

Addo is near the Addo Elephant National Park and 72km away from Port Elizabeth. The latter offers wind surfing, scuba diving, snorkelling, swimming, walking, bird watching, mountain biking, Cape Recife Lighthouse, Bushback Walking Trail, Nelson Mandela Art Museum, No 7 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth Museum at Bayworld, Sea View Lion Park, The Island Nature Reserve, and the Port Elizabeth Apple Express.
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Laundry, Swimming Pool, Town / City Outskirts


Price : 250.00 ZAR - 300.00 ZAR p/p sharing

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  • Air conditioning
  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • Breakfast Only
  • Catering By Arrangement
  • English
  • Laundry
  • Mini Bar
  • MNet / Satellite TV
  • Private Garden / Patio
  • Secure Parking
  • Self-catering
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tea and coffee maker
  • Telephone
  • WiFi (Internet access)


Bird watching, Eco & Nature, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Horse Riding, Quad Biking, Safaris, Swimming Pool, Wilderness

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