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General

The 3-star Elandsrivier Guest House situated in the Tsitsikamma (Eastern Cape) offers accommodation in three bed and breakfast rooms and three self catering units.
Each room has double or twin beds, private bathrooms, tea and coffee facilities, and views of the mountains or garden.Each unit has one bedroom, an en suite bathroom, a double bed, double sleeper couch, lounge, shower, verandah, kitchen, and braai facilities.
There is a swimming pool and a lounge with a fireplace.Breakfast is included in the room rates.The guesthouse offers credit card facilities.
The Tsitsikamma is 160km away from Port Elizabeth and George.Attractions and activities nearby include trout fishing, scuba diving, fishing, hang gliding, canoeing, sailing, walking, hiking, bicycle touring, golf, whale watching, quad biking, bungee jumping, snorkelling, kite surfing, wind surfing, mountain biking, bird watching, and swimming.
Policy
Please enquire with establishment about cancellation penalties.

Establishment Code

EL5042

Nearby

Beach Nearby, Swimming Pool, Town / City Outskirts

AATravel Code

PA43797

City

tsitsikamma

Facilities

  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • Breakfast Only
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • English
  • Fire Place
  • Private Garden / Patio
  • Secure Parking
  • Self-catering
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tea and coffee maker
  • Telephone
  • TV Room / Lounge

Activities

Bird watching, Eco & Nature, Fishing, Horse Riding, Mountain Biking, Outdoor, Quad Biking, Sailing, Swimming Pool, Water Sports - Sailing, Water Sports - Scuba diving, Water Sports - Snorkelling Trips, Working Farm

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