Luxury and convenience with an over-lay of old-style elegance just about sums up Brighton Lodge.
It offers the discerning traveler an elegant mix of a Grecian, Colonial and Victorian era with all modern facilities you have come to expect. Of special pride are the gardens, a subtropical riot of palms, ferns and creepers that festoon the pool area and delight the eye in all seasons.
Brighton Lodge, situated within walking distance from Port Elizabeth`s beautiful sandy beaches, combines flexible spacious accommodation with old-fashioned hospitality.
Brighton Lodge is within five kilometers of the Friendly City centre and just minutes away from the airport and all major shopping centres.
Accommodation at Brighton Lodge:
Brighton Lodge has 9 tastefully decorated suites, all different in character, each with a coherent decorative theme. Most are graced by genuine and rather lovely antique pieces of one sort or another.
The accent is on untroubled and supremely comfortable privacy. Most suites have walk-in access to a small patio patio area or in our Dining Room.
Your breakfast can be enjoyed in the privacy of your unit. Then in the evening you can enjoy excellent cuisine at one of our many local restaurants which are just a short stroll away.
Laundry facilities, transport to and from the airport, as well as fax and secretarial facilities are available on request.
Free Wifi in our lounge/business Centre as well as in some of the rooms.
Beaches - are what makes Port Elizabeth's beaches so special is that Algoa Bay boasts 40 km of magnificent coastline and protected beaches, complemented by a perfect combination of warm water, calm sea and fair breezes.
Included in the 40 km coastline are King's Beach, Hobie Beach, Pollok Beach, Brighton Beach, Bluewater Bay, St George's Strand and Wells Estate. The wide expanses of golden sands are ideal for safe and sheltered swimming, snorkelling, body surfing, yachting, windsurfing, jetskiing, fishing and beautiful beach walks. Lifeguards are on duty during the summer season at all the main beaches.
Wild Life and Game Viewing - A variety of game viewing venues are available within less that an hour's drive of Port Elizabeth. Included in these venues are private game reserves, one of which boasts the "Big Five", in a Malaria-Free environment.
The Addo Elephant National Park, which was proclaimed in order to save the Eastern Cape Elephant and Cape Buffalo from extinction, is now home to over 314 elephants and offers sanctuary to a myriad of birds, the black rhino, numerous antelope species as well as the unique flightless dung beetle.
A game and lion park is situated a mere 18 km from the city centre, which allows for close-up game viewing on 31 hectares of pristine coastal bush.
Directions from the airport:
Turn right into Alister Miller Road when you leave the Airport - this road takes you into La Roche Drive.
Drive all the way down La Roche Drive and you will come to Beach Road.
Mac Donald's on your right and sea in front of you.
Turn right and drive until you get to 5th Avenue - at 5th Avenue (Marine Hotel on the corner) turn right - you will see Brighton Lodge on the next corner - entrance in 5th Avenue.