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Eastern Cape Accommodation

Where to Stay in the Eastern Cape All Accommodation Types

Comprehensive guide to Eastern Cape accommodation options at hotels, bed and breakfasts, guest houses and self catering in Port Elizabeth, Grahamstown, East London, Addo and the greater Eastern Cape province, South Africa. From country retreats to luxurious city living, whatever your accommodation requirements you need look no further.

Not sure what you’re looking for? Browse through all 685 establishments below, or filter the results to narrow down the selection, or view all towns in the Eastern Cape and select your destination.

685 Accommodation Results

Go Baviaans offers a wide variety of self catering accommodation options in the Baviaans World Heritage site at the base. [cont.]

Guest House / Self Catering in Jeffreys Bay

Sea Whisper Guest House offers comfortable accommodation options in Jeffreys Bay. Each unit has air-conditioning. [cont.]

Ocean Bay Guest House is based in Summerstrand and from here you are a comfortable walk from Pollock Beach, leading on to. [cont.]

The Whyte House offers accommodation in Graaff Reinet. This quiet town offers the ideal place for a tranquil getaway. [cont.]

Game Lodge / Self Catering in Grahamstown

Located on a private game reserve just 22km from Grahamstown, African Safari Lodge offers either self catering or full. [cont.]

The Poplars is a traditional Karoo farmhouse found in the Sneeuberg Nature Reserve. This is the ideal place for a large. [cont.]

Diamond Place is a holiday home with an attached cottage available for accommodation in Port Alfred, in walking distance. [cont.]

The Green Tree Cottages invites you to experience the lifestyle of farm living, in beautifully decorated cottages on a. [cont.]

Whittals Chalets offers the tourist and discerning business person affordable and relaxed comfort in fully equipped two. [cont.]

Samara Private Game Reserve is situated in the malaria-free Eastern Cape. Here you will find the very inviting Karoo. [cont.]

MacKenzies Accommodation is an owner run business and we pride ourselves in providing clean, comfortable and affordable. [cont.]

Guest House / Self Catering in Grahamstown

This historical little cottage has been transformed it into a beautiful upmarket, superior guest house. It has 5 bedrooms. [cont.]

B B / Self Catering in Addo

Experience true South African hospitality on a working citrus farm. Happy Lands is a family-run B B offering. [cont.]

Quaint, very neat holiday home sleeping a maximum of 7 persons, close to all amenities. Across 18 hole golf course and. [cont.]

Long Hope Villa is a beautifully restored exclusive safari villa, located in the Greater Addo Elephant National Park, on. [cont.]

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The Eastern Cape

Your Destination

What makes the Eastern Cape so exciting is its incredible diversity. Lying in the south east of the country it includes on its list of credentials the Sunshine Coast, the Addo Elephant Park, the dry Karoo Heartland, the Baviaanskloof wilderness, the Amatola mountains, southernmost peaks of the Drakensberg, and the Wild Coast. The Eastern Cape’s main attraction is its incredible coastline, which stretches from Storm’s River Mouth via beautiful beaches, inlets, towns like St Francis Bay, Kenton-on-Sea, Port Alfred, and on to Port St Johns, and includes the two cities of Port Elizabeth and East London. [cont.]

The sunshine coast is the beachside playground of anyone after a beach holiday. Washed by the warm Indian Ocean towns like Jeffreys Bay, Oyster Bay and Cape St Francis are idyllic. Part of the Eastern Coast’s coastline is given over to the Wild Coast, a spectacularly rugged stretch of shoreline that in parts is virtually unnavigable. Typically this part of the country has a number of river mouths with wide floodplains and sandy bays and long stretches of open beach. There are coastal forests, estuaries and rocky shores, precipitous cliffs, waterfalls and quaint seaside towns like Cintsa, Coffee Bay, Qolora, Kei Mouth and Haga Haga.

Frontier country towns – Port Elizabeth and nearby Grahamstown, Alicedale, Bathurst, Bucklands, Colchester and Sidbury – are steeped in history. Whilst the Karoo heartland towns of Graaff Reinet, Nieu Bethesda and Queenstown add a unique beauty and artsy flavour to the Eastern Cape. The Amatola region is sometimes also referred to as the restless frontier because of the numerous historical frontier battles that took place here, has as its backdrop the densely forested mountains of the Amathole.

Right on the escarpment find the wooded, quintessentially English village of Hogsback, Stutterheim set beneath the Kologha range in the east, and down on the coast Gonubie and Kidds Beach are quite beautiful.

In all of these beautiful places and spaces find bed and breakfast establishments, guest houses, guest farms, campsites, country retreats, hotels and luxury safari style lodges to suit all budgets. [close]

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