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TravelPod Member ReviewsSinga Lodge Port Elizabeth
A well presented (if kwerky) 5 star Guest House with superior accommodation. Situated in a quiet part of Summerstrand this Guest House is extremely attractive. Our room comprised a downstairs lounge area with honesty minibar & Fridge and an enormous "Open Plan" first floor bedroom & bathroom. It took us a while to get used to a free standing bath in the bedroom and the toilet/bidet located also in the bedroom (secluded by a silk panelled "fire screen". (Hence the kwerky bit) great Digital TV with satellite stations and free WiFi which gave fast reliable connection throughout our two night stay. Accommodation is B&B although three course evening meals are available for an extra charge (quite expensive for SA dining). Food was very good. Staff were polite and friendly. Waiting staff seemed a little inexperienced. We would stay here again.
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Vandaag niet zoveel te vertellen eigenlijk.
We hadden nog een vrij lange rit naar de luchthaven te doen.
Iets gegeten op de luchthaven, en dan op het vliegtuig voor een anderhalfuur ongeveer.
Hier is het een pak frisser, want we zitten vlak aan de kust.
De Singa Logde was niet ver rijden. Het is hier supermooi!
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