OCEAN BAY GUEST HOUSE Summerstrand - Accommodation PORT ELIZABETH

Nestled in the beautiful, tranquil beach suburb of Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth, is our new contemporary styled guesthouse, Ocean Bay.

Take a leisurely 5 minute stroll from your room and arrive at Summerstrand's golden beaches, some of the best this country has to offer. 

Local Attractions Port Elizabeth

Ocean Bay Guest House Accommodation is within easy reach of Nelson Mandela Bay business centres.

Additionally, Ocean Bay is ideally located for day trips to Addo, the many malaria free game reserves as well as to the surfers paradise of Jeffreys Bay, Cape St Francis and the gateway to the Garden Route.

In addition, our guesthouse has a number of local attractions in close proximity, including:

  • our beautiful blue flag beaches - which offer stunning walks;
  • swimming and recreation close to all the beachfront amenities;
  • shops and shopping centres;
  • and restaurants along the scenic Marine Drive promenade.

With warm, safe bathing almost year round, it is no surprise that Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay, is the South African watersport capital and home to the annual Iron Man competition.

Enjoy your Stay with Us

Our Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Port Elizabeth, caters for business travellers, leisure tourists and sport enthusiasts.

Ocean Bay offers you one of the most relaxing and convenient places to stay in Port Elizabeth.

Whatever your reason for visiting our friendly city, our Ocean Bay team are here to make your stay most enjoyable.

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Addo Elephant Park - Day Trips from our Guesthouse in Summerstrand

Addo Elephant Park is well known throughout South Africa and the world for its wide variety of wildlife.

The park was originally established in 1931 to save 11 Elephants on the brink of extinction. However, today it is now home to more than 350 elephants, 280 Cape Buffalo, Black Rhino, a range of Antelope species, as well as the rare flightless Dung Beetle.

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Posted by Lynne Odendaal on Monday, May 29, 2017 Views: 1840