About Beachway B&B
Beachway B&B is located in Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth, and is close to the beach, restaurants and fine dining, nightlife, and family-friendly activities. Beachway is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers.
Choose from five Double Rooms, with double bed, self-catering kitchen, bar fridge, iron, microwave, two-plate stove, dining room table, TV with DStv, heather and fan, and bathroom with toilet, shower and bath, or our Apartment, a fully self-catering unit with kitchen, lounge, and two bedrooms (one with double bed, the other with two single beds), and separate bathrooms with showers.
Facilities include Wi-Fi, and other essentials for the perfect holiday.
* Check-in any time
* Check-out 9.30am
* Pets allowed with prior arrangement
* No smoking
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Summerstrand
(1 km from Summerstrand)
The glamorous Boardwalk Casino & Entertainment World is situated on the Port Elizabeth beachfront in the exclusive suburb of Summerstrand. The casino offers 802 slot machines and 21 casino tables. The complex includes a convention centre, a...
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Pollock Beach is yet another beautiful Sunshine Coast beach that stretches from the Summerstrand lifesaving club to the beacon at the bottom of Admiralty Way. Beachcombers will find numerous shells walking along this wild shore. There are some good...
(1.3 km from Summerstrand)
Based in Port Elizabeth, Summerstrand Shopping Centre is the place to visit for brunches, lunches and seaside dinners. For the young at heart, for the basic and not-so-basic, it’s all at Summerstrand’s very own “village”. Relaxed, easy and...
(4.7 km from Summerstrand)
Conveniently situated within Port Elizabeth, the Cape Recife Nature Reserve has much to offer visitors and locals alike. A stunning beach, rolling dunes, coastal fynbos, marine birdlife, rock pools, and a 133-year old lighthouse beckon further...