Singa Lodge

Address: Corner of 10th Avenue & Scarborough Road, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, 6001, South Africa | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Corner of 10th Avenue & Scarborough Road, Port Elizabeth, is near Red Location Museum, Humewood Golf Course, Port Elizabeth Oceanarium, and No 7 Castle Hill Museum.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSinga Lodge Port Elizabeth

      Reviewed by p2travel

      For those wanting space and a character place to stay.

      Reviewed Apr 8, 2014
      by (6 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      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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      TripAdvisor Reviews Singa Lodge Port Elizabeth

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth

      Reis van Johannesburg naar Port Elizabeth

      A travel blog entry by evidb on Sep 10, 2013

      8 photos

      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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      Heading west again

      A travel blog entry by p2travel on Apr 08, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      After a brief flirtation with Port Elizabeth it was time to head west again. A six hour drive, with a brief pause for a prawn lunch at Plett (again), to Botlierskop (near Mossel Bay) where we had three nights booked in the Game Reserve. Given our experience of Shamwari we did not expect Botlierskop to come close as a safari experience.

      Day 5 - Going commando on an elephant.

      A travel blog entry by adamsmally on Apr 09, 2014

      ... rush. It was so so cool. Safely back on sturdy land we drove down to the river, spotting warthog and baboons along the way. Then we sat in the shade and tucked into our now warm sandwiches. Post lunch we all had a go in the kayak and some of us stripped down and jumped in to the river. Peter, our ranger assured us there were no crocs or hippos. I believed him. After a fun filled lunch we drove back up to ...

      Knysna to Durban

      A travel blog entry by larrylyn on Feb 13, 2014

      8 photos

      ... pizza and a chicken salad sandwich. The pizza we have discovered is really delicious. A bit of a wait then off to Durban, a 75 minute flight, and we landed to sunshine and hot, hot weather. Baggage came out on the carousel within 10 minutes of our arrival and 36 passengers had their luggage and we were on our way. Amazing! We have now left the Cape area and have entered KwaZulu Natal, or the kingdom ...

      Certified: Open Water Diver!

      A travel blog entry by brisgranduhambo on May 07, 2013

      5 photos

      ... beautiful down there. Surprisingly enough, when I got to the bottom, all kneeling on the sand, taking off and clearing my mask underwater went like a charm (a skill that took me an hour to do underwater in the pool).

      After flipping off the boat one last time, this time without our gear, near shore I nearly drown as I kept forgetting I had a snorkel... not a tank. Haha. It was also neat to see the professional divers come in right after us. Because it's the Sardine Run ...