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General

Marren House, situated in Port Elizabeth (Eastern Cape) offers accommodation in five double or twin rooms and two equipped self-catering units.

The rooms have queen or king size beds, an en-suite bathroom and air-conditioning. Every room has a minibar, tea and coffee facilities, wireless ADSL Internet connection, DSTV and hairdryer. Both units have an equipped kitchenette, wireless ADSL Internet connection, DSTV and hairdryer.

Breakfast is included in the room rates.There is secure parking, a swimming pool, and braai facilities.The guest house offers laundry services, fax and secretarial facilities. Complimentary snacks are provided in all the rooms.

Activities and attractions in the area include the beachfront, the Boardwalk Casino Entertainment Centre, restaurants, cinema and shopping centres. The guest house is also close to the Humewood Links Golf Course, bowling club and the Oceanarium. Port Elizabeth Airport is seven minutes away.

Establishment Code

MA7584

Nearby

Airport Nearby, Beach Nearby, CoffeeTea Maker, Golf course, Laundry, Medical facilities, Near Golf Course, Shopping centres, Swimming Pool, Town / City Outskirts, Waterfront

AATravel Code

PA44019

City

port-elizabeth

Facilities

  • Air conditioning
  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • Breakfast Only
  • Business Facilities
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • English
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • German
  • Hairdryer
  • Laundry
  • Mini Bar
  • Room Cleaning Service
  • Self-catering
  • Tea and coffee maker
  • WiFi (Internet access)

Activities

Beach, Bowling Alley, Gambling, Golf, Medical, Swimming Pool

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